Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Gananoque

A conceptual design illustrates the proposed stacked townhouses for 425 Fourth Street in Gananoque. (SUBMITTED) A conceptual design illustrates the proposed stacked townhouses for 425 Fourth Street in Gananoque. - Submitted photo

Gananoque approves new townhouse development

New residential units are coming to Gananoque. On Tuesday, Gananoque council unanimously approved a development application by Horizon Legacy for the residential units on 425 Fourth Street. Horizon Legacy wants to develop two blocks of stacked townhouse units that will include a total of 26 residential units at the Fourth

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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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Gananoque Mayor John Beddows - photo via Facebook

Gananoque mayor calls for new type of driver’s licence

Gananoque Mayor John Beddows wants to have a discussion with the community he serves about driver’s licences in Ontario. Specifically, Beddows wonders if it is time for a second type of graduated driver’s licence in Ontario to help older people stay independent as long as possible. He posed the question

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The Lou Jeffries Town of Gananoque & TLTI Recreational Centre

Survey now live regarding cost-sharing agreement for Gananoque’s Lou Jeffries Arena

Coming out of a recent meeting over the cost-sharing agreement for the Lou Jeffries, Gananoque and TLTI Recreation Centre, the two municipalities have made a survey regarding the matter live. The survey, which is available on the Town of Gananoque’s website and social media accounts, will remain open until April 1. The

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Local Special Olympian Brian Secker gives a friendly push to Constable Dana Darlington of the Gananoque Police Service during Monday's Polar Plunge in support of the Special Olympics. Monday's event took place at the Water Street boat dock and raised roughly $4000. (KEITH DEMPSEY/Local Journalism Initiative Reporter) Local Special Olympian Brian Secker gives a friendly push to Constable Dana Darlington of the Gananoque Police Service during Monday's Polar Plunge in support of the Special Olympics. Monday's event took place at the Water Street boat dock and raised roughly $4,000. (Keith Dempsey/Local Journalism Initiative Reporter)

Gananoque gets freezin’ for a reason

Gananoque Mayor John Beddows let out a thunderous roar and led those in attendance in a “hip hip hooray” cheer to express congratulations and gratitude towards the completion of another successful Polar Plunge event. He was soaked, having just jumped into the icy St. Lawrence River, braving the cold for

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Photo via St. Lawrence College

‘Unparalleled opportunities’: St. Lawrence College, Thousand Islands Playhouse announce collaboration

St. Lawrence College (SLC) and The Thousand Islands Playhouse (TIP) have joined forces in a new partnership aimed at elevating the educational experience of SLC’s Music Theatre Performance students, as well as taking the college’s productions to the next level. The collaboration entails TIP taking charge of building sets, costumes,

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