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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Exemption for fence nixed

Faced with a less-than-ideal situation, Woolwich council is sticking with its good-fences-make-good-neighbours policy.Though admitting plans to erect a chain-link fence along a township walkway...

Woolwich signs on to plan that will see rural townships collaborate

With Woolwich signing on this week, the region’s four rural municipalities have now all agreed to look at ways they can work together to...

Township makes hire to head planning dept

The players may be different, but the song remains the same for Mark Pomponi, who this month became Woolwich’s first director of development services.An...

Woolwich still refining stockyards plan

Beyond the farmers’ market and the livestock exchange, Woolwich sees the opportunity for a broader range of retail, office space and light industrial uses...

Condos not seen as a good fit by residents of Elmira...

Neighbours want no part of a four-storey apartment building proposed for the former municipal pool property in Elmira, turning out in force Tuesday night...

Neighbours want no part of Elmira apartment complex

On the heels of opposition to an Ernst Street condominium proposal, another group of Elmira residents were equally unwelcoming to plans for a four-storey,...

Woolwich puts province on hold for Maryhill pit

Woolwich’s objection to a Maryhill-area gravel pit is effectively a holding provision on the provincial review of an application by Capital Paving related to...

St. Jacobs Village Manor appeals to township for help

A St. Jacobs retirement home finding itself under water financially in trying to get water to its new sprinkler system is looking to the...

Cost of building a home in Woolwich to jump again

The privilege of building a new home in Woolwich will cost you an additional $1,800 next month, as the township plans to hike its...

Legal battle latest twist to gravel pit

The latest twist in the years-long saga involving a gravel pit proposed for the Winterbourne valley will see the matter dragged before a provincial...