lumleysign- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

Owen Sound City Councillor Scott Greig made a "notice of motion" at the last council meeting. Greig said he will bring forward a motion on April 24 "that in preparing the 2018 budget for deliberation by council that the municipal levy increase be no more than 2.5% over the budget of 2017".

Sounds good. Definitely a popular pre-election year proposal. But can – or should - taxes be held to an arbitrary number?

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An application for site plan approval coming to Owen Sound City Council this evening proposes to convert the former Victorious Living Centre (previously both a church and a billiard parlour), into downtown housing, storage and commercial space.

From the staff report:

goodsexchange-featureThe first of three 'Goods Exchange Days' for 2017 will be taking place on Saturday, April 22.
Goods Exchange Day diverts usable items and materials from landfill disposal. It is also a great way...

cprThe following is a staff report from the City of Owen Sound regarding the lease of the former CP Railway Station to Mudtown Station Inc. (Harold J. Kloeze).

Recommendations: That in consideration of Staff Report CS-17-076 respecting Request for Proposal RFP-16Z.08 Lease Opportunity...




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