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Organizers have plan to eliminate XPO parking problems
Organizers of the third annual Canadian Dairy XPO are asking the city to contribute a little over $34,000 in parking improvements to better accommodate the thousands who are expected to attend over its two days this February.
McManus pushes for greater collaboration
In a recent interview with the Gazette, the first-time councillor stressed the need for greater collaboration between municipal staff, elected officials, and the general public, and cited it as one of her motivations for seeking re-election in next month's vote.

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Major investigation ongoing in Clinton
A major investigation is ongoing near Clinton
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Lucan Biddulph firemen's breakfast serves 1,100
LUCAN — The Lucan Biddulph Fire Department held its firemen’s breakfast Sunday morning, serving about 1,100 people.
Bayfield dog park site rejected
BAYFIELD – The area beyond the outfield fence of the Bayfield baseball diamond is not the right spot to establish an off-leash dog park, Municipality of Bluewater council decided last week.
Municipalities urged to pressure province on hydro rates, renewable energy
EXETER — A recent speaker in Exeter urged his audience to let their municipal councillors know they have to do what they can to restrict companies from bringing in large wind turbine projects to the area.
Deadlines set for disposal of tornado brush
LAMBTON SHORES — Property owners in the tornado-ravaged Grand Bend area subdivisions will be given ‘dual deadlines’ of Sept. 30 for ridding their residential properties of tree brush.
Lucan Biddulph waiting on funding decision
LUCAN BIDDULPH — In July, Lucan Biddulph submitted an application for funding for the project that will see a new municipal office, a new library complete with a Skills Training Centre and a medical centre
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Eleven candidates for six St. Marys Town Council seats
Incumbent Steve Grose is being challenged by Al Strathdee for Mayor
Committee argues over possible heritage designation
Heritage Stratford has completed its formal evaluation of the GTR/CNR repair shops, popularly known as the Cooper site.
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Dye-ing to support girls from around the globe
St. Marys Presbyterian Church has support Change Her World since its inception
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Permanent reminder of a recently-demolished church
Former worshippers from Woodham United Church gather at Union Line cemetery
Resident wants community message board replaced
Removed from St. Marys Post Office wall for a paint job; never put back up
Ministry awaits further info from Green Arc Tire
Neighbouring property owners concerned about lack of notice for public comment
Pratley seeks return to trustee seat
Pratley served as a trustee for seven years, sitting as vice chair and representing the board on a number of provincial education committees.
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Mayor Grose maintains reserve fund message as campaign unofficially begins
Third annual Stratford and St. Marys Chamber of Commerce Mayor's Breakfast in St. Marys
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Residents now alone in opposition to apartments
The City of Stratford has withdrawn its opposition towards a south-end apartment proposal that is presently before the Ontario Municipal Board and continues to draw ire from residents in the neighborhood.
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Stratford students participate in Q&A with former US president
Early Monday morning, 16 students and some faculty at the Nancy Campbell Collegiate Institute in Stratford were gathered at the school’s Waterloo Street campus to take part in a one-of-a-kind video conference between three schools in three different countries.
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