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Apr 28th, 2018
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from Concerned Citizens of Adjala-Tosorontio Soup Stock starts with a Pancake Breakfast, from 8am – 11am with local maple syrup and butter, chocolate milk and coffee – Adults $10, children 12 and under $5, family of four $20. Delicious Unlimited Soup from local ‘Chefs’ with ho...
Apr 27th, 2018
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Simcoe County’s Rob McCullough  by Shane MacDonald Alliston Herald The County of Simcoe’s director of solid waste says an application to develop a household hazardous waste depot at a landfill in Adjala-Tosorontio has been approved. A landfill located at 6815 Concession Road 4 in Adjala-Tosoron...
Apr 22nd, 2018
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AWARE News Network The following proposal has been posted by the Ontario government on the EBR registry The proposal is related to sustainable excess soil management and reuse. The proposal aims to protect human health and the environment. It also aims to increase opportunities for the beneficial reu...
Apr 11th, 2018
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‘All this money is coming out of our pockets’ Letter to New Tecumseth Free Press Online from Annette Bays, Loretto Once again, while attending the Adjala Tosorontio council meeting this Monday night, I noticed a contentious spending issue I felt compelled to speak on. A committee made up ...
Apr 10th, 2018
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NDP MPP Peter Tabuns suggested that the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority was running roughshod over provincial laws Thanks to permits issued before Betamax went out of style, a development near Lake Simcoe is going ahead despite policies designed to stop projects exactly like it By John Mich...
Apr 2nd, 2018
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OMB would confirm gravel pit decision – Little Letter to the Alliston Herald from Adjala-Tosorontio Deputy MayorDoug Little –  March 26, 2018 The Nelson Aggregate Gravel Pit application has shown the residents’ compassion to protect the environment and the vigorous opposition and de...
Mar 26th, 2018
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Nottawasaga River  AWARE News Network A flurry of outrage has been the response of Simcoe County politicians and planners to the province’s proposed expansion of the Greenbelt. The report from Clearview (see below) is an example. The CBC Radio interview with Gord Wauchope (scroll down for link)...
Mar 17th, 2018
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Springwater DM Don Allen By Kate Harries AWARE News Network Simcoe County councillors have voted overwhelmingly once again not to provide funds so local First Nations and Metis can engage in consultation on an archaeological management plan (AMP). On Tuesday March 13 2018, council voted 21-8 (a weigh...
Mar 17th, 2018
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Developers Driving the Simcoe County Bus The comment period for the Province’s Growing the Greenbelt study areas proposal closed March 7. Simcoe County and most of the local municipalities are almost frothing at the mouth in opposition. They claim all the various existing pieces of legislation and of...
Mar 1st, 2018
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New Tecumseth Free Press Online Adjala Tosorontio councillors will meet in special session tomorrow morning starting at 9 am to deal with several items including an updated Nelson Aggregates Agreement incorporating conditions imposed by the OMB in its ruling last month permitting the proposed gravel ...