A coalition of municipalities looking to silence wind turbines at night has a new member.
Saugeen Shores council has conditionally agreed to join the coalition, which is crafting a “quiet nights” nuisance noise bylaw targeting wind turbines, seeking to restrict the operation of turbines during evening and overnight hours.
The South Bruce Grey Health Centre has more than succeeded in the latest round of accreditation surveys.
It looks like the residents of Kincardine will not be getting a new hospital.
The club has received $53,000 from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, which will be used to study the rivers and streams that empty into Lake Huron between Kincardine and Southampton.
Council looking at lease option for building.
The Salvation Army food bank in Saugeen Shores is benefiting from a community fundraising effort.
Concern over cyber attacks is one of the reasons Saugeen Shores council is not changing the way voters will elect their next municipal government.
Saugeen Shores taxpayers will be hit hard as the response begins to the arrival of the destructive emerald ash borer.
No dates yet for next panel review for DGR.
A plan to build a cell tower at the Royal Canadian Legion building in Kincardine appears to be moving ahead despite council’s objections.