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Province denies application for new family doctor in Elmvale

Province denies application for new family doctor in Elmvale

Springwater Township and family physician had lease agreement ready to go
Ex-mayor Tony Guergis to provide paid counsel to Springwater council

Ex-mayor Tony Guergis to provide paid counsel to Springwater council

Mayor provides a list of former mayors, deputy mayors and councillors who would talk to council for free, Guergis' rate is $300/hour
Military brass celebrate RCAF centenary and museum reopening

Military brass celebrate RCAF centenary and museum reopening

'I hope people see the importance of Borden and the significant role it’s played in the air force,' says RCAF commander
Former deputy reeve offers Springwater some annexation advice

Former deputy reeve offers Springwater some annexation advice

'You won’t beat government. If there’s a will to make something happen at a higher level, that’s probably what’s going to happen,' says Ken O'Brien
Elmvale high school sitting on almost $250K for improvements

Elmvale high school sitting on almost $250K for improvements

Dating back to 2016, fundraising committee's initial goal was to provide enhancements that would serve both students and local community
Springwater votes to resume talks with Barrie, but only on servicing

Springwater votes to resume talks with Barrie, but only on servicing

Councillor says township should be involved in negotiations 'when the future of Springwater is being discussed'
County staff recommend canning planned waste recovery facility

County staff recommend canning planned waste recovery facility

'Based on the report and research conducted by staff, the entire solid waste management landscape has changed,' warden says of Horseshoe Valley Road project
Oro-Medonte, Barrie commit to finding 'amicable' boundary solution

Oro-Medonte, Barrie commit to finding 'amicable' boundary solution

Oro-Medonte planner says two municipalities should be working from a regional focus to meet area's employment needs
Residents worry Simcoe aggregate industry causing cracks in eco-system

Residents worry Simcoe aggregate industry causing cracks in eco-system

Oro-Medonte resident concerned with size and speed of gravel trucks on rural roads
Simcoe County leads the way in aggregate production

Simcoe County leads the way in aggregate production

'Ontario needs aggregate to supply the most aggressive infrastructure investments that all governments are making in Ontario,' says industry official