The head of the Northumberland chapter of Fair Vote Canada and Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd disagree about what her position should be in an upcoming vote in the House of Commons.
Valerie MacDonald, Northumberland Today
A motion to declare the Vernonville Community Centre property surplus, as the first step in selling the township-owned property, comes to Alnwick/Haldimand Council this Thursday.
A staff report about volunteers and the need for proper screening in Alnwick/Haldimand is expected by next month.
Council formally accepted the resignation of Alnwick/Haldimand Township councillor Bernadette Murray at Thursday's meeting and decided how to fill the vacancy until the end of the four-year term in the fall of 2018.
It may be considered small dollars, but to smaller municipalities like Alnwick/Haldimand they mean a lot, Deputy Mayor Gail Latchford said after the township received a total just shy of $9,000 in Federal 150 Community Infrastructure funding Thursday.
Politicians and taxpayers in Port Hope are awaiting a decision from a judicial appeal court concerning the nature of the $10-million Low Level Radioactive Waste trust fund which was paid to the former Hope Township before amalgamation.
A public meeting to update Alnwick/Haldimand Township’s development charges is scheduled for April 25 at 7 p.m. in the Grafton Town Hall council chambers.
An organizer for June's Harwood Old Fashioned Fun Fair, part of the Canada 150 celebrations, wants Hamilton Township to pay $4,000 for fireworks and $80 for a cake for the weekend events
The 20-Minute Makeover today is a clean-up event Northumberland County Warden Mark Walas hopes everyone will join.
Cobourg’s director of corporate services was just one of 42 municipal employees of the Town of Cobourg making $100,000 or more in 2016.
Both a Dutch and South African business contingent are coming to Northumberland this month, says the county's Economic Development Director Dan Borowec.
A former fire chief, and Gores Landing resident, says fire permits for campfires are among the concerns he has about the permitting system instituted by Hamilton Township council.
There is a definite trend by municipalities in Northumberland County to hire more full-time fire service leadership for their respective fire departments.
In the next in a series of articles comparing 2015 and 2016 Sunshine Lists reported by public employers in Northumberland County, a look at Northumberland Hills Hospital reveals that its president and chief executive officer made the same amount during those two years – although the total number of people earning $100,000 or more increased by two.
The top paid municipal civil servant on the Sunshine List in 2016 in Port Hope is Police Chief Bryan Wood at $158,000 (rounded off to the highest thousand). The previous year he earned $155,000.
Nearly half of the suspension orders issued to students by the tri-county health unit are for those attending schools in Northumberland, says Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit’s manager of communicable diseases.
There remain outstanding issues, including the type of soil on which a solar farm is to be built on Ganaraska Road north of Port Hope, according to objectors who met with solar developer Rensola Canada during a recent public meeting.
A Grafton resident is complaining that Alnwick/Haldimand Township hasn’t done a very good job of letting people know about the new way to get fire permits.
Former longtime Alnwick/Haldimand Township staffer Bernadette Murray who was elected this term to serving her community as a councillor has submitted her resignation.
With only Alnwick/Haldimand’s mayor casting a no in the recorded vote, council voted to increase the estimated cost of building a joint township fire/county paramedic facility in Roseneath.