Perth makes election sign decision

Perth makes election sign decision

After some discussion the Town of Perth has opted to maintain its current Election Sign By-law.

The current by-law prohibits election signs on any road allowance or town property and must observe a 15-foot (4.5 meter) set back.  They can only go up six week before an election and must ...

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Wilson St. parking lot on Perth’s radar – BIA would like to see action

Wilson St. parking lot on Perth’s radar – BIA would like to see action

Responding to concerns raised by the BIA over the state of the Wilson Street Parking lot, Perth Councillor Judy Brown, proposed a motion to conduct a study of the parking lot and bring forward design options.

“This work has been put off for year after year and if we don’t ...

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In Focus – Wed February 8, 2017 – Franziska von Rosen and Andy Kerr-Wilson

Lynda’s guests Franziska von Rosen and Andy Kerr-Wilson talk about Lanark County Stewardship Council’s fundraising event An Evening with Wildcats.

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Special Award for Carleton Place Library

Special Award for Carleton Place Library

The Carleton Place Public Library and the Highlands Public Library have received a special honour: the Angus Mowat Award of Excellence for 2016.

The award recognizes a commitment to excellence in the delivery of public library service; these services can be old or new, and can be ongoing. It is ...

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CP Chamber, Ontario Chamber release Ontario Economic Report

CP Chamber, Ontario Chamber release Ontario Economic Report

The Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce has released the following on its inaugural Ontario Economic Report, which forecasts the local economy and that of the province overall.

Today, the Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Ontario ...

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SF Mayor Pankow speaks with officials about Hwy 15 rehabilitation

SF Mayor Pankow speaks with officials about Hwy 15 rehabilitation

The last weekend in January was a busy time for area mayors, and Smiths Falls Mayor Shawn Pankow was no exception.  Attending the ROMA conference in Toronto, Pankow was able to secure two delegations with provincial ministries.

Keen to see the Beckwith portion of highway 15 completed Pankow met with ...

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