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Residents encouraged to provide feedback on changes By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope December 8 2010A series of changes to the town’s procedural bylaw will improve public input and allow council to focus on important matters, says mayor Barb Baguley.At the first regular meeting of the 2010-2014 te...
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Dec 11th, 2010
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Council takes oath in front of several hundred people By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope December 8 2010Innisfil has elected an allstar team of councillors, says the town’s new mayor. In front of several hundred people, the 2010-2014 term of council was sworn-in, during a ceremony at the New Town Ha...
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Dec 5th, 2010
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By IAN MCINROY BARRIE EXAMINER December 3 2010INNISFIL -- The town's new mayor hopes to engage Innisfil residents in the political process.Mayor Barb Baguley, 56, is back on council -- former mayor Brian Jackson handed over the reins during a ceremony Wednesday -- after a four-year hiatus, this time ...
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Nov 27th, 2010
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope November 24 3010Beginning in early next year, tow truck companies will need an office in Innisfil, if they want to solicit business within town limits.Innisfil council will debate the merits of a provision in the municipality’s tow truck bylaw, which requires compa...
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Nov 27th, 2010
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Town approves animal bylaw exemption for Leslie Drive resident By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope November 24 2010Michael Hansen doesn’t want to be pigeonholed as a complainer. But since a neighbour moved into the Leslie Drive resident’s subdivision several months ago, there’s been a sig...
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Nov 20th, 2010
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By Rick Vanderlinde Simcoe.com Nov 19, 2010INNISFIL - The pigeons can stay, but the miniature horse must go. Faced with two requests for exemptions to the town’s animal control bylaw, Innisfil council gave the nod to one resident while it turned down another.Jan Mas will be allowed to keep racing pig...
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Nov 20th, 2010
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Letter to Innisfil Scope November 17 2010After going to the candidates meeting at Nantyr Shores Secondary School during the election campaign, I decided that the time has come for change. We need fair infrastructure, environmental protection, new business and lower taxes. More of the same is not good...
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Nov 20th, 2010
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Lighting, drainage and road widening among proposed improvements By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope November 17 2010The County of Simcoe is proposing several improvements to its stretch of Innisfil Beach Road. Widening an 11 kilometre swath to four lanes, and upgrades to the 5th Sideroad and Yonge Street ...
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Nov 20th, 2010
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Barrie builders have ‘competitive advantage’, claims Previn Court representative By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope November 17 2010What may be a competitive advantage for a developer would likely have serious implications for the town and its existing residents. ...
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Nov 13th, 2010
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Rick Vanderlinde Innisfil Journal Nov 13, 2010INNISFIL – Residents who signed a 623-name petition asking for a sidewalk from Lefroy to Alcona will have to wait to see if the expensive project makes next year’s budget. Town staff have also suggested the ambitious project — estimated to cost as m...