On behalf of Pelham Town Council, it was my honour and privilege to participate in the special groundbreaking for a new home for Wellspring Niagara last week.
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Despite assurances that Town Council, staff, and professional advisors followed all appropriate laws and policies when dealing with a parkland over -dedication in East Fonthill, persistent questions still exist in the community. My column this week, therefore, explains how and why this type of special transaction occurs.
Wellspring Niagara is proud to announce the ground-breaking for its new Wellspring Niagara Regional Cancer Support Centre on 50 Wellspring Way in Pelham. The ceremony for this long awaited occasion will take place on September 12, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
Deep thanks to the amazing community volunteers, sponsors, and staff that organize and support these uniquely-Pelham events! Your hard work and dedication helps bring our community together to celebrate, to promote local artists and culture, and to enhance Pelham’s small-town feel.
Last week, Councillor Papp, Town CAO Ottaway, Treasurer Quinlin, and I attended the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Conference in Ottawa. While at AMO, your Pelham representatives also met with various Ministries to directly advanced your interests with the Provincial Government.
Niagara Region Public Health is informing residents that Niagara has received its first confirmation of West Nile Virus in mosquitoes. To date, in the Niagara region no human cases have been reported to Public Health.
The Indie Music Festival serves as a much-needed outlet for local artists to showcase their skills and talents, as the opportunities for a paid performance in this area are fairly scarce,” said Jodi Hendriks, culture and community enhancement programmer.
While the Provincial and Federal governments and businesses can run deficits, Towns and Cities cannot.