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Dorchester-area farmers may pay more tax

Thursday, 23 February 2017 06:25 JW
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Thames Centre Council received a presentation from representatives of the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation about shifting the tax burden slightly over the next four years.  As it stands the heaviest burden falls upon residences and multi-unit residences.  The change suggested would move the percentage of taxes paid by agricultural lands rise from 6 percent to 9 percent.  (Brian Donlevy)
 
 
 

Councillor wants AED's in every school

Thursday, 23 February 2017 06:23 JW
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Thames Centre Council agrees with Councillor Kelly Elliott that Automatic Emergency Defibrillators should be installed in every school.  Elliott says the current Thames Valley policy states that if the Principal agrees that an AED should be in a particular school in can be placed there. Elliott says West Nissouri Public School has been approached twice and both times the Principal rejected the request.  Elliott and her Council counterparts think that AED’s in school should be local Board policy.  She says the boards had a chance to install them a couple of years ago when the province was giving them away free, but did not take Queen’s Park up on their offer. (Brian Donlevy)

 

Norfolk County Fair has new hire

Thursday, 23 February 2017 05:19 JW
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The Norfolk County Fair & Horse Show is pleased to announce that Catherine Lawrence has joined the team as Development Officer. Heading up the sponsorship program, Catherine has over 20 years of sales and development experience. We look forward to continued service to existing partners and to increased corporate support.  Catherine will be providing opportunities not only to the Fair, but our fundraising initiatives such as the Norfolk Wildlife Festival & Adventure Show, Eat & Drink Norfolk and the new “Knights of Valour” Show on June 16th. 
 
Through her extensive business experience in both the private and not for profit sectors, Catherine has developed a deep understanding and appreciation of the needs of business. “I look forward to working with all sponsors to continue to meet their needs and provide new opportunities” said Lawrence.
 
 
 

St. Thomas police put brakes on driver

Thursday, 23 February 2017 05:16 JW
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Multiple charges laid after a loaded tow truck was spotted driving with no licence plates.  Shortly before 11:00am on February 21, 2017, Officers spotted the truck leaving a local plaza heading East down Talbot Street.  During the traffic stop it became obvious that the vehicle that it was hauling was insecure.  The driver was also unable to provide inspection documents.
 
As a result of the traffic stop the Registered owner of the truck was charged with; Failing to supply driver with daily inspection schedule, permit operation with load not secure, defective braking system, and overweight vehicle.  The driver was charged with: Failing to display two plates, insecure load, and fail to surrender inspection report
 
 

Brantford variety store robbed

Thursday, 23 February 2017 05:10 JW
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On Monday, February 6th, at approximately 9:15 p.m. a lone man attended Stan’s Variety convenience store located at 48 Lida Street in Brantford. Prior to entering the store, the man placed an object in the door jam, propping it open. He then entered the store wearing a gas mask and carrying a large metal pipe and demanded money from the clerk. An undisclosed amount of money was taken by the suspect. The man fled the store and was last seen running northwest on Lida Street. The clerk was not physically injured.
The suspect is described as wearing a dark coloured black or blue winter jacket, brown jean pants, black gloves, and brown work boots. He was carrying a camouflage bag with a black strap.
 

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