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Jennifer Golletz

Jennifer Golletz

Jennifer Golletz covers civic matters in The Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands under the Local Journalism Initative, which is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Jennifer

Kimberley residents plead for action on dangerous driving

Kimberley residents plead for action on dangerous driving

In a response to community safety concerns, Grey County will be installing a traffic calming pilot in the late spring of 2021
TBM increases no-parking areas ahead of ski season

TBM increases no-parking areas ahead of ski season

New roadways have been added to the town’s amended parking bylaw and will be in effect until April 30, 2021
Survey shows improved efficiencies in COVID-19 testing in Grey Bruce

Survey shows improved efficiencies in COVID-19 testing in Grey Bruce

The most recent survey conducted by the Grey Bruce Health Unit indicates 87 per cent of individuals received test results within two days
TBM offering prize for participation in Waste Reduction Week

TBM offering prize for participation in Waste Reduction Week

The prize pack includes delivery of wood chip mulch and finished and screened compost to your home
TBM pushes forward with repairs to Thornbury Pier

TBM pushes forward with repairs to Thornbury Pier

The town has now begun working with the consulting engineer to determine whether the deck has to be replaced or if it can be covered
Traffic lights hindering traffic flow in Thornbury, says town official

Traffic lights hindering traffic flow in Thornbury, says town official

After a summer of congestion, Blue Mountains’ transportation committee wants better sequencing of the traffic lights along Highway 26 through Thornbury
TBM staff working on winter activity plan featuring Tomahawk Golf Course

TBM staff working on winter activity plan featuring Tomahawk Golf Course

TBM is exploring the possibility of opening the golf course and grooming the Georgian Trail to provide more opportunity for outdoor winter activities
Three COVID-19 cases confirmed at Grey Highlands school

Three COVID-19 cases confirmed at Grey Highlands school

The Grey Bruce Health Unit has confirmed three students from Osprey Central School in Maxwell have tested positive for COVID-19
How healthy are the local waterways?

How healthy are the local waterways?

Grey Sauble Conservation Authority is now offering sub-watershed report cards, which rate the condition of surface water quality, wetlands and forest conditions
New COVID cases in Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands

New COVID cases in Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands

The cumulative total number of COVID-19 cases in the Grey-Bruce region is now 159, with six active cases