With much fanfare the new liquor store has opened this week in Cobourg. Located at the very edge of town at the north west corner of Northumberland Mall, it boasts over 12,000 square feet
What’s with garbage and Municipalities? In efforts to get a handle on municipal waste costs all municipalities of all stripes have blown their brains out on wacky ideas and permutations of gimmickry
Done like dinner – pending appeal!
More money for the Downtown Revitalisation is on the agenda for tonight’s Council meeting. $5,500 from the Farmers’ Market fund will be used to for a formal marketing camaign to induce people to complete an online survey.
Once again the Conference Board of Canada has come out sputtering about the economic state of the good ship Canada, as October’s inflation rate and other indicators have been released by StatsCan.
It is an apt choice of a pic for this post – a crumbling Parthenon. Supposedly the birthplace of modern democracy it is getting a little frayed around the edges
As an almost life-long resident of fair Cobourg with a smattering of experience living in other Canadian locales it seems reasonable that I have acquired enough experience to make comment about the town of my birth
A bombshell hit the civic-watchers a couple of weeks ago. Suggested by the Deputy-Mayor during the coordinator’s reports part of a Council meeting was a throwaway line that he would be making a motion to change the hours of Council…
Since my last article was apparently misunderstood by at least one reader,
One of the almost pleasant aspects of being sick is the opportunity to watch nature documentaries on tv,