KEYS JOB CENTRE NAMED AS LEAD ORGANIZATION FOR RIVERLAUNCH
6/22/2017 6:50:36 AM
The lead organization for the RiverLaunch Business Incubator was approved on Tuesday night at Gananoque council. Keys Job Centre was named the lead organization to develop this project.

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BAY ROAD CONCEPT DESIGNS PRESENTED AT INFORMATION SESSION
6/22/2017 6:47:57 AM
Three options were presented to the public for a second boat launch in the area of Bay Road last night at the Gananoque Library. Over 80 people attended the two hour information centre says Paul McMunn the director of Public Works.

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MTO PLANNING ON EXPANDING COMMUTER PARKING LOT ALONG HWY. 2
6/22/2017 6:42:56 AM
Extending the commuter parking lot just east of town on Hwy. 2 and making the intersection safer for cyclists to get to the parkway was the idea brought in front of Gananoque council on Tuesday night.

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EMOTIONS BOIL OVER IN TOWNSHIP OVER NOTICE OF MOTION
6/22/2017 6:39:23 AM
Councillor John Paul Jackson wants a report brought forward to all of council in regards to the investigation report used during Township in camera meetings last month.

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POLICE LAY CHARGES IN RELATION TO SIBLING SEXUAL ASSAULT
6/22/2017 6:36:53 AM
A Kingston man is facing sexual assault charges from incidents against a family member. Kingston Police say a victim attempted to report historical sexual assaults in 2012 that dated back to the early 1990's.

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WOMAN FOUND SLEEPING BEHIND WHEEL FOUND TO BE IMPAIRED
6/22/2017 6:34:39 AM
A Wolfe Island woman is facing care and control and driving with over 80 mg of alcohol in her system charges after police found her asleep behind the wheel of her car on Tuesday morning. Kingston Police were called to a pier on Ontario Street to check on the 37 year-old woman.

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INTERLOCKING STONE TO BE USED FOR LIONS CLUB ACCESSIBLE BEACH RAMP
6/21/2017 6:55:33 AM
Gananoque Council only approved the Lions Club Wheelchair accessible beach ramp a few short weeks ago, but Public Works Director Paul McMunn appeared in front of council last night to say he may have found a cost saving measure for the town when it comes to the path at Joel Stone Beach.

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LIVESTOCK BYLAW MOVING SLOWLY FORWARD
6/21/2017 6:46:55 AM
In the Township, your neighbour soon could have chickens or even a goat in their backyard. As part of a public meeting held in the Township of Leeds and Thousand Islands on Monday night, allowing livestock on properties less than five acres in rural areas was up for discussion.

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TIES RECEIVES SILVER ECOSCHOOL STATUS
6/21/2017 6:44:17 AM
A record number of schools in the Upper Canada District School Board have been awarded EcoSchool status. From energy conservation to environmentally-focused classroom lessons, students in the Upper Canada District School Board are going for green.

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THEFT INVESTIGATION LEADS TO ARREST
6/21/2017 6:42:30 AM
A Gananoque man was arrested on Sunday for theft under $5,000 say police. On June 3rd, Gananoque Police received a complaint of theft from a local business. The suspect was caught on video surveillance and police were able to identify the man.

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