Smiths Falls Council gets “mobbed” by special choir

Smiths Falls Council gets “mobbed” by special choir

On Monday May 8, Smiths Falls council was the victim of a flash mob.  A talented group of Smiths Falls youth dropped into council chambers and serenaded the surprised council members in the middle of a Committee of the Whole.

The group under the direction of Smiths Falls and District ...

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“See it, Name it, Change it” campaign to end domestic violence set to launch

“See it, Name it, Change it” campaign to end domestic violence set to launch

Interval House in Lanark County and Leeds & Grenville is officially launching its “See it, Name it, Change it.” campaign today.

It’s an initiative of the Beyond the Forums Working Group, which is made up individuals from Lanark, Lennox and Addington, and Leeds and Grenville counties that came together in ...

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Perth approves energy retrofit

Perth approves energy retrofit

The town of Perth is going ahead with a Honeywell recommended energy retrofit.  At a committee of the whole meeting on Tuesday May 9, council members approved a budget deviation of $655,982 to get the project rolling.

“The town’s Energy Performance Contract program offers many benefits that will add value ...

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Large crowd gathers in Carleton Place to hear Integrity Commissioner’s report on Mayor

Large crowd gathers in Carleton Place to hear Integrity Commissioner’s report on Mayor

Carleton Place council hosted its meeting in the Town Hall Auditorium last night in order to accommodate more than 100 residents who showed up to hear the integrity commissioner discuss his final report regarding allegations against the Mayor.

 

Integrity Commissioner Robert Swayze said evidence proves that Mayor Louis Antonakos ...

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FLOOD WARNING update from Rideau Valley Conservation Authority

FLOOD WARNING update from Rideau Valley Conservation Authority

The following is from the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority:

Flood levels on both the Ottawa and Rideau River systems can be expected to decline through the week following peak flows on Monday.

No rain is in the forecast for today or tomorrow. During that time, water levels can be expected to ...

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In Focus – Tues May 9, 2017 – Lanark County Dairy Producer Deb Knapton

In Focus – Tues May 9, 2017 – Lanark County Dairy Producer Deb Knapton

Bob is joined by Deb Knapton, a Lanark County Dairy Producer to discuss the state of dairy farming in our province, after the comments made against the industry by US President Donald Trump.

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