Nov 9th, 2016
County of Simcoe statutory notice Notice of Requested Allocation 20,000 Population Program – Town of Wasaga Beach and Town of Innisfil Issued: November 1, 2016 TAKE NOTICE that a Request for population allocation within the County of Simcoe 20,000 population program has been received by: -Wasag...
Nov 9th, 2016
Protect Wasaga Beach Wetlands against Development from Concerned Citizens of Wasaga Beach — November 8 2016 TOWN COUNCIL CHOOSES DEVELOPMENT OVER WETLANDS On September 27th, 2016, Wasaga Beach Town Council was packed with residents concerned about proposed development on the Wasaga Beach Wetlan...
Oct 7th, 2016
By Ian Adams Wasaga Sun October 7 2016 The Town of Wasaga Beach has pulled an open letter addressing allegations from a beachfront bar operators from its website, and has asked local media organizations to do the same.The letter, signed by Mayor Brian Smith and posted to the municipal website, refute...
Sep 24th, 2016
As a long time local resident of Springwater Township I am very concerned about the health of our renowned Minesing Wetlands, often referred to as the “Minesing Swamp.” This jewel of a wetland, home to many rare and endangered species, is under increasing pressure from human activities. W...
Aug 25th, 2016
By Jessica Owen QMI Agency WASAGA BEACH – The owners of Phoenix Hospitality, operators of Bananas, a beachfront bar in Wasaga Beach, have filed a statement of claim against the Town of Wasaga Beach and Mayor Brian Smith. The statement of claim indicates that Brian Smith overstepped the responsi...
Aug 10th, 2016
By Ian Adams Wasaga Sun The operators of one of the town-owned beachfront bars say the mayor and CAO made, and then reneged on, a deal for the Dard. Simcoe.com has learned a meeting took place on March 9 between Bananas Beach Club operators Enzo Grossi and Larry Pevato, and Wasaga Beach mayor Brian S...
Jun 9th, 2016
By Ian Adams Wasaga Sun Wasaga Beach will have control over the main beach area starting in 2017. That’s the thrust of an agreement in principle reached between the municipality and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. On Wednesday, Wasaga Beach officials announced that a deal had been re...
May 16th, 2016
By Gisele Winton Sarvis Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin WASAGA BEACH – Wasaga Beach council voted 4-2 against filling the vacant councillor chair by choosing the next person in line from 2014 election councillor candidates. Council also voted 4-2 against replacing Ron Anderson, who resigned, th...