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Jul 28th, 2010
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Around 30 people turned out to a meeting in Hillsdale last night for a presentation by Recurrent Entergy of California regarding two solar farms proposed for Springwater. A meeting will be held tonight in Hawkestone on two projects in Oro Medonte. ...
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Jul 12th, 2010
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By Kate Harries AWARE Simcoe July 13 2010Springwater Mayor Tony Guergis says he is not the person behind the telephone poll in which Springwater residents are being asked their views on local political issues. “No, I’m not a candidate in the election,” he said in a telephone interview. ...
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Jul 7th, 2010
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By Kate Harries AWARE Simcoe 7 July 2010Springwater Township has issued a news release denying that it is conducting a phone survey of residents. ...
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Jun 13th, 2010
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Letter to Springwater News January 21 2010 I follow with interest the developments at the County of Simcoe as it relates to its Waste Management Strategy.I am very suspicious in the fact that an outside agency Stantec is to develop a Strategy for Waste Management for the County rather than the senior...
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Jan 21st, 2010
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Posted By RAYMOND BOWE Municipal elections are still nine months away, but several politicians have already filed the paperwork and hit the ground running. One of the more interesting races to watch could be Springwater Township. Mayor Tony Guergis, who took a lot of heat from the public during the p...
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Jan 19th, 2010
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By DOUGLAS GLYNN Midland Free Press January 13 2010-Ask Tony Guergis how things went for him in his role as Mayor of Springwater Township in 2009 and he will tell you it was a very good year. “One of the successes of 2009 of which I am most proud,” he says, “is that for the [&hellip...
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Nov 8th, 2009
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WaterWatch Springwater Ward 1 Councillor Dan Clement, who presently represents Elmvale and immediate environs, is set to get quite a few more constituents. The question: which ones? The problem: Ward 1 comprises only 12.7 per cent of the township poulation, compared to 27 per cent in Reg Cowan’...
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Nov 4th, 2009
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By Bill French WaterWatchThe Springwater Council was quite civilized on Monday Nov 2. The Mayor and Deputy Mayor were quite cordial, so I don’t know what will come of the fireworks from Oct 15th where Deputy Mayor Hope challenged Mayor Guergis on a number of items.However it appears that Mayor ...