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Jan 15th, 2011
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Several proposed road projects getting a second glance By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope January 12 2011Nearly $7.3 million in proposed funding for Precinct 2A of the Innisfil Beach Road reconstruction should be chopped from the town's 2011 Capital Budget, according to councillor Ken Simpson. ...
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Jan 7th, 2011
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Cookstown site is expected to reopen in spring 2012 By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope January 5 2011With the existing service centre at the Highway 400 and County Road 89 overpass set to undergo a year-long redevelopment, Innisfil council is staking its claim for a spot at the site, once it reopens. Town...
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Jan 7th, 2011
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope January 5 2011Inspiring Innisfil, dog parks, and growth are top priorities this year Over the next year, council will begin to define its legacy for the term, says Innisfil’s CAO.From dog parks and Innisfil Beach Road to the passing of the Inspiring Innisfil 2020 s...
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Jan 7th, 2011
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By Rick Vanderlinde Simcoe.com Jan 06, 2011 INNISFIL – Innisfil Beach Road businesses will get a boost from the town through a $5,000 newspaper advertising campaign. Council decided to help Alcona businesses entice shoppers back to the IBR district, which has been hampered by construction delay...
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Dec 30th, 2010
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by Chris Simon Editor Innisfil Scope December 29 2010This has been another significant year for the Town of Innisfil. From the reopening of the South Simcoe Police North Division station and the Inspiring Innisfil 2020 strategic plan, to the election of six new members of council, there's reason for ...
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Dec 30th, 2010
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User fees, water and wastewater rates, and capital projects being debated in January By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope December 29 2010There will be several opportunities for residents to help shape the town’s 2011 capital and operating budgets within the next few months.Proposed user fees, and wat...
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Dec 30th, 2010
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Past 12 months defined by challenge and change for municipality By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope December 29 2010There’s no doubt, 2010 was an historic year in the eyes of Innisfil’s new mayor, Barb Baguley. Four years after her defeat in the 2006 municipal election, Baguley capped a success...
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Dec 22nd, 2010
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Environmental Defence claims revetment added without scrutiny By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope Decembr 22 2010A 'fortified embankment' at the Big Bay Point Resort has become the latest battleground between Kimvar Enterprises and Environmental Defence. Representatives from the developer and environmental...
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Dec 22nd, 2010
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By Rick Vanderlinde Simcoe.com Dec 22, 2010INNISFIL – Innisfil Heights businesses need snow cleared quickly to keep the wheels of industry turning, Coun. Bill Lougheed says. Tractor trailers were getting stuck in the business park during December snowstorms hurting on-time delivery for local bu...
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Dec 19th, 2010
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Developer claims municipal staff and council acted in ‘bad faith’ By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope December 15 2010A multi-million dollar legal battle is brewing between Maple Lane Developments, the Town of Innisfil and Ainley and Associates. Maple Lane has formally launched a lawsuit against the town a...