You’re invited to attend

The Ontario Parenting Connection’s
Community Night!

When: Tuesday, April 25th from 6:30-8:30pm

Where: The Spencerville Room, 380 Colonnade Drive, Kemptville, ON

 

We are pleased to have OPP Constable Cathy Lindsay, Community Services and Media Relations, as our first speaker.

Topics being discussed include:

  • Programming provided in the schools though the OPP
  • The criteria for when the schools contact the police
  • The intersections program
  • When parents can connect with the police for assistance
  • Current issues affecting children and youth in North Grenville

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Please note we will have 3 more events in 2017! Please mark your calendars and save the dates
Tuesday, June 27th         Tuesday, September 19th           Tuesday, November 28th

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A Special Thank You to our Sponsor!

 

 


Committee discusses Canada Post Park, budget variances and community grants

Kemptville Advance

The following is a list of briefs from the committee of the whole meeting held on Oct. 17.

 

Public meeting for proposed zoning amendment (Pioneer Nursery)

A public meeting was held for a proposed zoning amendment for lands loc

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ated at 632 and 648 Van Buren Street in Kemptville (Pioneer Nursery).

The proposed amendment would permit industrial uses for the lands, which are surrounded by residential properties, including the Brookside development.

“There are lots of interesting things around the property where the rezoning has been requested,” said Phil Mosher, planner. “The two properties themselves are designated business enterprise, according to North Grenville’s Official Plan.”


Ontario Parenting Connection seeks to bring local parents together to assess needs

Kemptville Advance
By Jennifer Westendorp

Advocating for social change is the name of the game for The Ontario Parenting Connection.

The North Grenville based organization, founded by local moms Samantha Kutowy and Meghan Coupal, started in June and is now comprised of six board members.

“The idea for OPC came from Meghan and I, who like most parents, talk about issues around raising children – the good, the bad and the ugly,” explained Kutowy.

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