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By Matthew Guite, The Suburban, August 7th, 2013 A Kirkland resident who wanted to give local farmers and urban growers a chance to sell their goods to the community has been barred from hosting a farmers market due to a … Continue reading
All the turmoil in Montreal municipal politics appears to have had at least one positive result. Montreal City Council finally adopted a resolution to study the redevelopment of the Meadowbrook Golf Course site. All we can hope for now is that … Continue reading
From Ste-Anne – by Albert Kramberger, The Gazette, May 29, 2013. If nothing else, this shows that municipal politicians are not free to do whatever they want.
English version follows Le 13 mai, le conseil municipal de Beaconsfield a pour la deuxième réunion du conseil d’affilée, organisé par demande spéciale d’avoir plusieurs officiers de police de Montréal armés de gilets pare-balles montent la garde près de l’entrée … Continue reading
Published on April 15, 2013 Marc Lalonde The West Island Chronicle Wider range of experiences, diversity needed among local councils: Weaver Susan Weaver has gotten a taste of community leadership, and she sure did enjoy it. After being a leader … Continue reading
Come to the Council meeting, make yourself heard, be with the community! MONDAY, December 3, 2012 AT 8 P.M. The agenda contain adoption of cross connection expenses reimbursement, which is ingeniously defined by the Council as “By-Law No. 2011-52-2 amending … Continue reading
Please read and pass this on: Good evening friends and neighbours, There has been a plan to rezone Elm Plaza. The new zoning would include 3 storeys that would intrude on the privacy of the homes that surround the Plaza … Continue reading
Read THE PAGE THREE STORY by Carmen Marie Fabio in “Your Local Journal”, on page 3 obviously: Tightening the cap on Kirkland pipe issue. Albert Kramberger attended our Council Meeting on November 5th. Read his article in The Gazette: Pipe repairs … Continue reading
According to The Gazette (Aug 10), “Joanne Casey, a spokesperson for the town of Kirkland said the town would not be issuing a statement on the case until after town officials had had a chance to read the written judgment.” … Continue reading