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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope September 9 2010 A team is in place, and work is underway on a longterm vision for the town.Representatives from McSweeney and Associates, the consulting firm responsible for creating the Inspiring Innisfil 2020 strategic plan, provided an overview of the project for tow...
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Sep 9th, 2010
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope September 9 2010Cookstown residents could be waiting awhile before a new watermain runs through their village. Innisfil council will await the completion of a Master Servicing Study and Long Range Financial Strategy, before agreeing to help fund the construction of a pro...
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope September 9 2010A letter from an environmental lobbyist regarding a proposed sewage treatment plant expansion is being dismissed as a 'libelous' and a 'stall tactic' by some town councillors. ...
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Sep 7th, 2010
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News release from Maria Baier - September 3 2010Maria Baier registered today to run for a seat on Innisfil Town Council, representing Ward 6.“I have considered running for many years and I’m very excited now that I have finally made that decision. I believe that there is much more that the municipal ...
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Sep 1st, 2010
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By Rick Vanderlinde Innisfil Journal August 31 2010INNISFIL — Dan Davidson hopes to “shake up the old boys” club on Innisfil council by becoming the next deputy mayor.That means beating 14-year veteran councillor Bill Van Berkel at the polls, a politician he describes as one of the “old boys”.“It’s t...
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Sep 1st, 2010
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope Town council has fallen far short of one of the major goals set at the start of its 2006-2010 term, says Ward 3 candidate Ken Simpson. The development of a public transportation network, which could provide reliable access to the Innisfil Recreation Complex, was one of t...
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Aug 31st, 2010
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Innisfil mayor deplores "absurd" statements by mayoral rivalsBy Chris Simon Innisfil Scope August 25 2010Brian Jackson was hoping to quietly walk away from Innisfil's political scene. But recent comments made by the town's mayoral candidates in local media could sway the current mayor to participate ...
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Aug 31st, 2010
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Letter to the Innisfil Scope – August 25 2010In a recent article, entitled Business owners ‘crippled’ by road construction’, councillor Rod Boynton was quoted as saying, “We should all come out and support them.” What efforts have mayor Brian Jackson, members of council and ad...
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Aug 31st, 2010
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope August 25 2010Innisfil needs a Master Servicing Study, to determine the best way to spend long-term infrastructure dollars, according to one of the town’s leading engineers. Jim Zimmerman, town engineer and director of infrastructure, says a study would help town p...
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Aug 20th, 2010
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Bruce Hain and Rick Vanderlinde Simcoe.com Aug 18, 2010 INNISFIL – Council has put a few more teeth in its election sign rules by making its “candidate guidelines” an official bylaw.That means the town can now remove any candidates signs that don’t follow those rules.However, the bylaw doesn’t ...