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Nov 14th, 2021
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Wasaga Beach, concern for rising water levels (Philip Lee-Shanok/CBC) Fellow residents have banded together to form the Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team On May 25th 2021 the Town Council of Wasaga Beach passed a CLIMATE EMERGENCY DECLARATION. The Town has officially joined the global movement and com...
Nov 12th, 2021
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Gerard Dusastre From Simcoe.com, November 11, 2021 By Ian Adams The area’s conservation authority has outlined a series of concerns with a proposed development in Wasaga Beach’s west end, saying more work needs to be done to identify wetland boundaries and protect habitat. The 11-page response from t...
Oct 8th, 2021
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The Collingwood water treatment plant is located at Sunset Point. From OrilliaMatters, October 7, 2021 By Jessica Owen ‘We have been pushed too hard by top-down planning that has set arbitrary targets,’ said Collingwood resident Ulli Rath during County of Simcoe’s municipal comprehensive ...
Sep 6th, 2021
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York-Simcoe candidates in the federal election will debate matters related to the environment on Wednesday, September 8th, from 7 – 8:30 PM. The Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition is co-hosting this debate, online on Zoom. Media are invited to attend! Registration is required via this link https://us...
Aug 27th, 2021
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Planner Brandi Clement reviews the plans for Beachwood Developments’ proposal for more than 200 residential units on vacant land in Wasaga Beach’s west end, at a public meeting with council’s coordinated committee, Aug. 19. From The Toronto Star, August 24, 2021 By Ian Adams A propo...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Sign this petition to save Brocks Beach We The People of Brocks Beach  formally oppose and ask Wasaga Beach Mayor and Council to reject the following: ·       The  application submitted by Beachwood Development Inc., to the Town of Wasaga Beach Planning Department, for an Official Plan Amendment (Fil...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Kerrie Atkins (left), Jan Penic and Alex Schwertner are members of Save Beachwood, a group of Shore Lane residents calling on Wasaga Beach town council not to consider a high-density residential development in their neighbourhood. – Ian Adams/Metroland From Simcoe.com, August 10, 2021 By Ian Ad...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Shore Lane resident Gerard Dusastre fears a proposed high-density residential project will destroy the quiet nature of his neighbourhood in the west end of Wasaga Beach. – Ian Adams/Metroland From Simcoe.com, June 16, 2021 By Ian Adams Neighbours of a proposed 215-unit residential development i...
Aug 12th, 2021
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Gerard Dusastre has launched a website raising concerns over the number of residential units planned for the west end of Wasaga Beach along Beachwood Road. – Ian Adams/Metroland From Simcoe.com, July 14, 2021 By Ian Adams A group of west-end residents opposed to a 214-unit development in their ...
Aug 7th, 2021
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From the Toronto Star, August 5, 2021 By Brian Lockhart The Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition and the Simcoe County Environmental Youth Alliance have announced the launching of a survey intended for youth to gather input about the future of the region. They are encouraging youth under the age of 25 t...