A staff report, recommending approval of the Zoning By-law Amendments requested by Bond Head Property 2 and 3 Inc., for two proposed residential subdivisions at the north end of Bond Head, was deferred to the August 1 meeting of Council.
Bradford – South Simcoe Police received several calls around 2:30 a.m. on July 16, from concerned citizens reporting two Ford Focus vehicles, driving dangerously on Yonge St. in East Gwillimbury.
A recent rise in the number of confirmed cases of rabies in raccoons and foxes in parts of southwestern Ontario has led the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry to schedule rabies vaccine bait drops across Eastern and Southern Ontario this August, including Stratford, Hamilton, the Niagara peninsula, and the greater Toronto area – including B
Jody Mott, Executive Director of the Holland Marsh Growers Association, appeared in Council as a deputation on Tuesday evening, pleading with Council for at least temporary traffic lights at the intersection of Canal/Pumphouse Rd. and Bridge St.
Two Town by-laws governing the parking of commercial vehicles in residential areas just didn't match up.
Bradford – On July 11, a Bradford resident returned to her Britannia Ave. home around dinner time, to find spray-painted graffiti on her deck.
The County of Simcoe is moving forward with the emergency replacement of the Simcoe Road bridge over the north canal in Bradford. The county had planned to close the bridge July 3, but work was delayed for nearly a week, due to heavy rains and high water levels in the Holland Marsh. Now, with levels under control, the county is rebuilding the coffe
Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown says he will close two glaring political fundraising loopholes left open by the Liberal government if he’s elected premier.
Bradford – Early in the morning on July 10, South Simcoe Police were called to the intersection of Dissette St. and Jay St. in Bradford, where a man driving on Dissette had observed a small child alone, crossing the street.