Chatham-Kent utility Entegrus won’t be completing a $12-million deal with Amherstburg for the town’s 14% stake in Essex Power.
With the Chatham jail slated to officially close May 13, Chatham-Kent’s Police Chief says the province will be responsible for the cost of all inmate transfers.
CKHA Tri-Board officials are trying to determine the best course of action following the resignation of five members of the Sydenham board.
Amherstburg Council has rejected a $12-million offer from Chatham-Kent utility Entegrus for the town’s shares in Essex Power.
Local utility company Entegrus hopes to improve customer service and communications with a new website and social media presence.
South Kent Councillor Karen Herman wants to make sure the MTO and municipality are on the same page when it comes to the intersection of Charing Cross Rd. and Middle Line.
The Chatham-Kent Senior Advisory Committee wants to know what residents need to make the municipality better for an aging population.
The head of the Save Our Sydenham committee is reacting to word of mass resignations at the Board of the Sydenham District Hospital.
The Green Party has moved quickly to name a candidate for Chatham-Kent-Essex and has nominated Ken Bell.
Chatham-Kent administration is eyeing renovations to the civic centre.