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Gananoque Town Hall - Hollie Pratt-Campbell/Brockvilleist

Council recordings coming to Gananoque

It’s looking more and more like the recording and availability of council meetings for viewing will be coming to Gananoque. Currently, the town’s council meetings can be viewed via the teleconference or video conference method, however, the meetings are not recorded and can’t be viewed afterwards. The Township of Leeds

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Rideau Lakes Township Coun. Paula Banks was investigated by the Integrity Commissioner for breaches of the Code of Conduct. She pleaded guilty to all accounts. - Laurie Weir photo

‘I will do better’: Integrity commissioner recommends Rideau Lakes councillor’s pay be suspended

Paula Banks apologized for breaches of the Code of Conduct while conducting business as a councillor for the Township of Rideau Lakes. Banks has been under investigation since January for emails and her behaviour at the council table that were “bullying and intimidating in nature,” according to the written report

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Rideau Lakes Township will soon offer civil marriage ceremonies after a resolution was recommended by the municipal services committee on March 25, 2024. - Laurie Weir photo

Marry me! Rideau Lakes Township to offer civil marriage services

Rideau Lakes Township may soon offer civil marriage services. Chief Administrative Officer Shellee Fournier brought a recommendation to the municipal services committee on March 25 that would allow her and the clerk to perform civil services as a revenue-generating stream. “In my previous life, I was a wedding officiant,” Fournier

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An artist's rendering of what the proposed development will look like at Rows Corners. - Submitted photo

Brockville, Elizabethtown-Kitley working together to procure water services for former Rows Corners property

Discussions have been ongoing in recent weeks between the City of Brockville and the Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley regarding the city providing water and wastewater services to the former Rows Corners Fairgrounds property located within the Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley, which is the subject of a workforce housing project proposed by Campus

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Brockville's main sewage pumping station in Centeen Park. - Google maps

Brockville council approves above ground sewage station for Centeen Park

The responsibility to vote on the design for the new Centeen Park sewage station was once again brought before the Brockville City Council at their regular meeting on Tuesday, March 26. As previously reported by Brockvilleist, council has delayed the decision twice since they received the original design presentation on

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