Lanark OPP set to hold open house

Lanark OPP set to hold open house

Lanark County OPP will be hosting an "Open House" between 10:00 am and 02:00 pm tomorrow.

A variety of front line and specialist officers and their vehicles will be on hand. That includes Emergency Response Team, Marine, Canine and Motorcycle Units.

Members from Lanark County Victim Services and the Town ...

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Warden Dobson provides procedural bylaw review for Council, to avoid repetition

Warden Dobson provides procedural bylaw review for Council, to avoid repetition

At last night’s Lanark County council meeting, Warden Bill Dobson provided Councillors with a procedural bylaw review. The purpose of the review was to remind Councillors of the role of council and its duty to support the decisions that it makes.

Dobson said the review comes after delegations have continued ...

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“See it, Name it, Change it,” campaign warmly welcomed by Lanark County Council

“See it, Name it, Change it,” campaign warmly welcomed by Lanark County Council

Executive Director of Lanark County Interval House (LCIH) Erin Lee presented information about the new “See It Name It Change It” campaign to Lanark County council at last night’s meeting.

The multi-media campaign that aims to end domestic violence in our communities launched yesterday.

Lee asked council to support the ...

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In Focus – Thurs May 11, 2017 – Sharon Mousseau, Deputy Reeve of Beckwith

In Focus – Thurs May 11, 2017 – Sharon Mousseau, Deputy Reeve of Beckwith

Bob speaks with Sharon Mousseau, Deputy Reeve of Beckwith who offers an update on her township.

Listen to the interview.

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Tax Rates official in Carleton Place

Tax Rates official in Carleton Place

Carleton Place council passed a bylaw for the final tax rates for 2017 at this week’s council meeting.

According to an April communication from Treasurer Phil Hogan, the residential tax rate increased by 2.1 per cent on the municipal portion and the education tax rate decreased by 4.79 per cent ...

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UCDSB’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission +2 Feast and Celebration stops in Smiths Falls

UCDSB’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission +2 Feast and Celebration stops in Smiths Falls

The Upper Canada District School Board renewed its commitment to reconciliation with our Indigenous communities Monday night at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission +2 Feast and Celebration.

It took place at Duncan J Schoular Public School in Smiths Falls and saw members of the Indigenous communities invited to a traditional ...

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