Over here in the Flatlands many of us have been following the drama in Port Hope over policing services there.
As a reasonably savvy person I figured that navigating government services would not be that hard – wrong
What does it take to influence a Politician? Apparently a heckuva lot!
Thanks to the resources of Rob Washburn’s Consider This, there will be a first time ever live blog coming from County Council this week.
Just in time for the February blahs, Zellers in Cobourg is winding down, selling off their fixtures along with whatever consumer goods are left.
The law of unintended consequences – trying to get the Port Hope police budget in line with Council’s wishes, as opposed to the wishes of the citizens, has now led to a plan that tosses the communications department overboard.
Municipalities around the area are now setting their tax rates for next year and none of them are considering a zero increase. Where are all the tax-fighters if a two per cent increase is now the norm? All the zealots…
It’s been a rollercoaster of a winter for us here in snowy Cobourg, never knowing whether to brace for sun and spring-like conditions or look for the snow shovel again. But while we’re bravely carrying on about our business, the…
For the last year or so I’ve been participating in online surveys for a well known polling firm. From the beginning I was hooked, eager to provide my opinion on products, services, and all things political whenever asked.
Both expressions, one British and one Texan mean the same thing – no substance just flash. That’s what Northumberland is going to get for one hour next Thursday. Fittingly St. Valentine’s Day. A day to express one’s love to one’s…