May 2022

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Vol. 3, Edition 10

The Monthly Report

May update


Welcome to our latest edition of The Monthly Report.

We are finally into the warm weather and it sure feels good!

Beach days are definitely on the agenda for many. Good thing we live next to the world's longest freshwater beach. 

Our latest edition of The Monthly Report contains several items for your review. Thank you for taking the time to stay informed.

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Town-owned beachfront properties declared surplus, company retained to start work

Council, at its May 26 meeting, officially declared town-owned properties at the beachfront as “surplus” to the municipality’s needs in keeping with the town's “Sale of Land Policy.

The declaration is part of the process to redevelop the site.

Council members also approved using a direct sale method to sell the land to a preferred purchaser.

On a related note, council approved retaining Darren Neil and Sons Excavating Inc. for the first phase of building demolition work on beachfront properties, at a cost of $79,390, excluding HST.

In addition, council directed staff to retain a consultant to assess the composition of the two buildings that will comprise the second phase of demolition work.

See the staff reports for full details.

Surplus report.

Demolition report

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IN THE FUTURE Members of council recently reviewed conceptual streetscaping plans for the beachfront. 

Conceptual streetscaping plans show more pedestrian-friendly beachfront

At the May 12 Coordinated Committee meeting, the committee received a presentation on conceptual streetscaping plans for town-owned land at the beachfront.

David Wood and Allan Brownridge of Envision Tatham Inc. provided the update.

The presentation is available for review on the town’s website and on the town’s YouTube channel.

Watch the presentation (see the 24:30 mark).

Planned for the area is a far more pedestrian-friendly design with numerous vistas and access points to the beach. 

From the media

'There were no corners cut': Wasaga Beach defends beachfront sale process

The process to determine a purchaser for the town-owned beachfront properties has been "rigorous" and "tight," according to the town's solicitor.

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Watermain and forcemain repairs moving ahead

Work will proceed on the Schoonertown watermain and forcemain replacement project as an unbudgeted expenditure.

Council approved a contract with Earth Boring Company Ltd. for $1.8-million to complete the work, adjacent to Schoonertown Bridge.

Council also approved an exemption to the Noise Bylaw, as some of the work will occur overnight.

Staff discovered the two lines were leaking earlier this spring. 

WATCH - Check out our May update on the twin-pad arena and library building project. Learn the latest on the construction. Visit to find out how you can contribute to this exciting investment in our community.

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ON SITE Our Construction Steering Group visited the twin-pad arena and library building site on May 17. The project remains on budget and on schedule. Learn more about the project on our website

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DONORS The Weiss family recently contributed to the town's arena and library fundraising campaign. 

Weiss family donates $15,000 to twin-pad arena and library campaign

A local family with strong ties to the community has given $15,000 to the twin-pad arena and library project.


“As a family with two young children who will be using the library and arena for years to come, we see the value that a new twin-pad arena and library will be to our community, and we want to support our community as it continues to grow,” said Brandon and Melissa Weiss.

The family’s donation will go towards the study rooms in the library and include naming recognition.

The couple noted that Melissa’s family – the Wells – have a rich history in Wasaga Beach. She and Brandon believe a donation is a great way to recognize their family legacy.


“We are hopeful that our donation will encourage other families to contribute to the project,” they said.


Melissa has fond memories of growing up in Wasaga Beach and remembers figure skating at the Wasaga Stars Arena, where her three brothers also played hockey.

As well, her childhood memories involve visiting the Wasaga Beach Public Library, including when it was on 19th Street North.

Brandon has lived in Wasaga Beach since 2001. He was involved as a volunteer with minor hockey for four years, during which time he served as treasurer.

The couple say the new arena and library will play an integral role in community life.

“We are looking forward to seeing our family, extended family, and friends enjoying the new library and arena – playing hockey, learning to skate, and utilizing the community spaces for years to come,” they said.  

Mayor Nina Bifolchi, on behalf of council, thanked the couple for their generosity.

“This meaningful gift is greatly appreciated and will touch our community for years to come,” Mayor Bifolchi said.  

Learn more about donation opportunities to the twin-pad arena and library project by visiting our website.

Project background information


In January 2019, town council identified the twin-pad arena and library project as a priority for this term. The Wasaga Stars Arena, built nearly 50 years ago, is at the end of its lifespan. The library, which opened in 1994, is too small to meet the needs of our growing community. A review, including a community consultation process, determined 544 River Rd. W. as the best site for a new 117,669-square-foot joint-use facility. When the new complex opens in the summer of 2023, it will include two NHL-size ice surfaces, an indoor walking track, a modern library with proper program space and meeting rooms. The town is funding the $59-million investment through reserves, long-term financing, and community donations.

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ROTARY HELPS Thanks to the Rotary Club for its generous support of the library and arena project. 

Rotary Club contributes $80,000 to twin-pad arena and library project

The Town of Wasaga Beach is pleased to announce that the Rotary Club of Wasaga Beach has donated $80,000 to the town’s twin-pad arena and library fundraising campaign.


“We are extremely grateful to the club for this very generous contribution to our project,” Mayor Nina Bifolchi said. “The Rotary Club has a long-established record of supporting important local causes. The club’s investment in our arena and library will touch many lives in the years to come.”


In recognition of the donation, the second floor multipurpose room and the youth space in the library will carry the club’s name.


Mark Winegarden, president of the Rotary Club, said it is an honour for the organization to play a role in the project.


“Literacy and health have been important areas of focus, not only for local Rotarians, but for our International organization. If we can help one person with their learning journey, that is an achievement. If we can help one team of youth experience the great leadership of their coaches, while enjoying the health benefits of team sports, that’s an achievement. The Rotary Club of Wasaga Beach is proud to be supporting a project that will serve our community for generations,” Winegarden said.


As someone who played hockey growing up and later coached, Winegarden said he looks forward to the first puck drop in the new arena and then visiting the library, exploring all it will offer.


“It’s easy to focus on the obvious, but as Rotarians we see this as an important gathering place in general,” Winegarden said. “Friendships will be forged, smiles will be shared, lessons learned and we know this will contribute to a healthier, vibrant, proud community." 

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THANKS ANGELS Carly's Angels have stepped up big for the twin-pad arena and library project. 

Carly's Angels give $17,000 to twin-pad arena and library

The Town of Wasaga Beach is pleased to announce that Carly’s Angels has donated $17,000 to the town’s twin-pad arena and library fundraising campaign.


In recognition of the donation, the junior change room and eight arena seats will carry the organization’s name.


The local philanthropic group operates in memory of Carly Patterson, who passed away following a battle with cancer in 1998. Carly was the daughter of former mayor Cal Patterson.


Carly’s Angels has a long history of supporting important causes in Wasaga Beach.


“The Carly’s Angels have always had an obligation to fundraise for the needed amenities and causes in the community for almost 25 years,” said spokesperson Debbie Timlock.

Over the years, the group has contributed over $700,000 to many important local projects, plus the Hospital for Sick Kids. This includes the pavilion and gates at the sports park, the RecPlex fundraising campaign, the Wasaga Woods skateboard/BMX park, the food bank, the youth centre, local school programs, defibrillators to local seniors facilities and now the new arena and library.

“This facility is a much needed amenity,” Timlock said. “It will be a great gathering place for everyone to enjoy. We are proud that this space will be used to welcome families and visitors to great events and activities.”


The Angels are looking forward to all the new facility will offer.


“This will be a modern, safe, spacious facility,” said Timlock. “This double-rink is a bonus as ice time is hard to get. The walking track can be enjoyed by all. And the library can hold so many more events and activities for young and old. This is all very exciting.”


The Angels, comprised of 10 women, have all raised families in Wasaga Beach and are proud to be part of the arena and library fundraising campaign.


“We are a group of strong, generous women that believe in Wasaga Beach and in our community, so we are always excited to come together for a cause that will benefit our children. This building will be used and enjoyed by local families for generations and that is the best reason to donate,” Timlock said.


Speaking on behalf of council and staff, Mayor Nina Bifolchi thanked the group for its contribution.


“Carly’s Angels are one of the many great organizations in our community that have done so much to help make Wasaga Beach a better place for everyone. We are so grateful they have chosen to be a part of the twin-pad arena and library project and we thank them for their support,” Bifolchi said.

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GENEROSITY The Wasaga and District Builders and Contractors Association visited town hall May 26 to make a $1,000 donation to the twin-pad arena and library project. Thank you to the association for its support.  

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PRESENTATION On May 19, Mayor Nina Bifolchi met with members of the Wasaga Beach Builders and Contractors Association. The mayor provided an update on municipal matters. Learn more about the association and its members' services here:

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The Town of Wasaga Beach bylaw #2014-47 regulates the watering of lawns. According to this by-law, owners wishing to water their lawns must abide by the following restrictions: Even numbered houses are permitted to water their lawns on even-numbered days; Odd numbered houses are permitted to water their lawns on odd-numbered days. Watering can only occur between the hours of 5am-9am and/or 5pm-9pm. For more information along with applying for lawn watering exemptions, or view the bylaw.

Builder community remains confident about Wasaga, report shows

The Building Department Activity Summary Report for April paints a positive picture.

The report states the building department issued 46 permits in April with a total construction value of $8.7-million.

The town issued 11 permits for dwellings, including 10 for single-detached homes and one for a secondary suite.

Read the full report

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ON THE JOB On May 13, Mayor Nina Bifolchi, CAO George Vadeboncoeur, municipal law enforcement coordinator Rachael Ivak, municipal law enforcement officer Darren Trafford, and municipal law enforcement officer Duncan McNabb welcomed our summer bylaw officers. More on the department here:

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Resident parking permits are now available to purchase at a cost of $28.25 each (includes HST).

The resident parking permit can be used for parking in any of the designated Municipal Parking Lots. There is a limit of 2 (two) parking passes per municipal address.

Residents are asked to apply for their permit by visiting Town Hall located at 30 Lewis St. The following must be submitted:

• Supporting documentation for proof of ownership/lease of property

• Payment of $28.25 by debit/credit, cash or cheque made payable to ‘The Town of

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WATCH - Darren and Taylor from our Municipal Law Enforcement Department are here to share with you the rules and regulations regarding fireworks use in Wasaga Beach. Read the bylaw here:

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The Municipal Law Enforcement Department is announcing its summer hours. Regular office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The public can reach a department representative by calling 705-429-2511 at any time of day. Officers are patrolling Sunday to Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. and Friday and Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. On long weekends Friday and Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 a.m.

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Are you interested in renting out your property as a short-term accommodation (only permitted in commercially zoned properties ie. CT, CA) or bed and breakfast (only permitted R1 or residentially zoned properties)? If so, you require a business license. In order to license your property, you will need to fill out our business licensing application

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Are you being disturbed by nuisance noise from a loud party or persistent dog barking? If so, know that the Town of Wasaga Beach has a by-law #2019-15 prohibiting noise and nuisance activities. If you have a noise complaint, please call the by-law department at (705) 429-2511. Officers are on duty Monday-Thursday until 12:30am and Friday-Saturday until 2:30am. On long weekends, we have officers on shift until 3:30am. If the complaint is being made after the noise has ceased, fill out the Citizen's Confidential Complaint Form and email it to [email protected].

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RETIREMENT On May 24, Mayor Nina Bifolchi and members of council met with Wasaga Distribution staffers Dave Stavinga and Paul Trace to congratulate them on their retirement. Stavinga, president and CEO, started in May 1990 and Trace, VP - engineering and operations, began in April 1990. Mayor Bifolchi presented the two men with certificates recognizing their years of service. Congratulations to both men for their contributions to Wasaga Beach. Happy retirement!

WATCH - A special message from our Accessibility Advisory Committee. Learn more about our accessibility initiatives here:

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ACCESSIBILITY National AccessAbility Week runs May 29 to June 4. On May 27, Mayor Nina Bifolchi, Councillor George Watson, and members of the town's Accessibility Advisory Committee were at town hall for a flag-raising ceremony. Local resident Jeff Fillingham also attended. Fillingham is the recent winner of our accessibility awareness contest on Max FM. Learn more about National AccessAbility Week here: and learn about town accessibility services here: 

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Is your dog or cat lost? Did you find a lost pet? If so, you have a number of resources. If your pet or the animal you found has a Town of Wasaga Beach tag please call the department at (705) 429-2511. If you have found a dog, please note that an Animal Control officer is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our goal is to reunite you with your pet before they are brought to our impound facility at the Georgian Triangle Humane Society. Our staff always checks the licensing database to get in touch with owners and facilitate their return so having your pet licensed is one of the easiest ways to help ensure they get home. To help in our searches, it is helpful to make sure that your licensing information is always up to date with your phone number, address, and even a photo of your pet. For more information on licensing visit

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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Congratulations to Francis and and Kathleen Clark of Wasaga Beach on their 70th wedding anniversary! Mayor Nina Bifolchi visited with the couple on May 31 and presented them with a certificate to mark the special milestone. 

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CONGRATULATIONS On May 7, on behalf of council and staff, Mayor Nina Bifolchi presented Willard and Marie Henry with a certificate to mark their 60th wedding anniversary. Best wishes on reaching such a special milestone.

Event schedule

continues to grow

Town council members approved two more events for summer 2022.

The Food Truck Festival will take place Friday, July 29 to Monday, Aug. 1 in the Spruce Street Lot.

The Mamma Market is Saturday, Aug. 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the RecPlex parking lot. 

Council also approved a series of summer events in March and in April.

Related information is available on our Events and Festivals webpage.

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Make sure you are on the voters list for the 2022 municipal election. Learn more here.

Explore our Climate Action webpage.

Click on the link to learn what the town is doing to mitigate the negative effects of climate change.

This webpage provides details about the steps the town has taken to date.

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MCHAPPY Mayor Nina Bifolchi and Deputy Mayor Sylvia Bray participated in McHappy Day at McDonald's on May 11. The event is a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities and other local children’s charities across Canada. Learn more here:

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WELCOME On May 30, Mayor Nina Bifolchi and members of council, as well as economic development officer Kait Monsma, attended the grand opening for Wasaga Family Foot and Orthotic Clinic. Congratulations to chiropodists Jacob Cook and Quinn Sallows, who have taken over from Norman Kew. Welcome to Wasaga Beach, Jacob and Quinn! The clinic is at 587 River Road West, Unit 8. Learn more here:

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Our 'Media Monday' series kicked off in March and continued throughout April.

The campaign aims to educate the public about disinformation and misinformation, as well as important related topics.

A new Media Monday post appears each week on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages, as well as on our website.

See the topics to date below:

05/30/2022 - Social media platforms contain a lot of information. The trouble is discerning fact from fiction. Before you click the share button, or consider what you are reading as gospel, here are three questions to ask.

05/23/2022 - News Media Canada is an organization representing Canada’s professional news organizations. Learn more about the work they do. Read the organization’s Statement of Principles.

05/16/2022 - False information can spread like the common cold. Here’s a great slide show that looks at the issue further.

05/09/2022 - Internet Trolls. We’ve all seen examples of these people. In a nutshell, stay clear of them and don’t engage. Here’s a look at the troll.

05/02/2022 - Real journalists follow a code of ethics in this country and around the globe. The code ensures they are fair and accountable. Here's a look at a code that helps identify the professionals in Canada

04/25/2022 - How do we spot fake news? Here's a look at some things to keep in mind when you are trying to stay informed

04/18/2022 - Do you like to read news online? Here are some critical thinking pointers for consuming news on the internet.

04/11/2022 - Responsible journalism matters. Here's a look at the five core values of journalism

04/04/2022 - News and opinion are two very distinct things. And on the internet, sometimes it is hard to tell the truth

03/28/2022 - A lot of hard work goes into producing good quality journalism. Here is how to tell fake news from real news.

03/22/2022 - Not familiar with the term disinformation? Learn what it is and five ways to spot it.

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GOLD On May 13, Mayor Nina Bifolchi presented a certificate to Special Olympian Marlene Mayer in recognition of her gold medal win in 10-pin bowling during a competition in Barrie earlier this month. Congratulations Marlene and keep up the great work!

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The route runs weekdays between Allandale Station in Barrie and the Real Canadian Super Store in Wasaga Beach.

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Wasaga Beach Transit is an affordable and economical way to get around our community.

Our buses run seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Leave the car at home and take the bus.

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211 is a tremendous community connection program, where a live person assists callers 24 hours a day to find information about a wide range of health and community services.
911 is strictly for emergencies (fire, ambulance, police) when help is urgently required. More here.
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Wasaga Beach Town Council met on Thursday, May 26.

For an overview of what took place, see our highlights package here.

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Town of Wasaga Beach Quick Fact

Did you know our Public Works Department is responsible for water and sewer services, snow removal, road maintenance and construction, plus much more, including management of municipal parks? 

Learn more about Public Works on our website

Waste collection information
The County of Simcoe is responsible for waste collection in the Town of Wasaga Beach.

You can learn more about waste services by visiting the county's website.

The site includes a variety of information, including waste collection schedules and landfill locations.

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Water conservation rebates are available!
The Town of Wasaga Beach has a water conservation rebate program.
When you install a low flow or dual flush toilet you are eligible for a $70 rebate.
Residents who install a rain barrel can get a $30 rebate.
Please note that only property owners on municipal water are eligible for the rebate.
You can find rebate forms at here or pick one up at town hall, 30 Lewis St. Applicants must include copies of receipts indicating that they purchased the particular item.
Completed forms and supporting documentation can be presented at town hall. The rebate will be applied to your next water bill.
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Through the town's website using Plastiq (third party), you can pay your property tax and/or water/wastewater bill by Visa, Mastercard, or American Express.
There will be a service fee of 2.5 percent applied by the service provider, Plastiq.
Please note that there are several low or no-cost means of paying your bill with the town. These include equal payment plan, telephone banking, mailing a cheque, or placing a payment in our drop box.
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Medic Alert Connect
Are you familiar with MedicAlert Connect?

MedicAlert Connect provides Ontario Provincial Police with 24/7 direct access to a person's medical information including conditions, anxiety triggers, and de-escalation techniques, to assist with reuniting you and your loved ones.

Did you know the OPP has an online crime reporting site?

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OPENING MILLS PARK From the Historical Advisory Committee. The park located behind the town hall was officially opened in August 1974. At the same time, a plaque was unveiled by Mayor Clair Robertson, commemorating that the property had been donated by Sarah A. Sage Mills to the people of this community in 1937. The donated property became the site of the Wasaga Beach School, which opened in 1939, closing in 1972. The town purchased the property in 1973, turning it into the municipal offices and the town hall. The park behind the town hall had swings, a teeter-totter and other children’s amenities. There was also a tennis court on the property. The opening was attended by members of council, the public, and a steel band that provided entertainment for the day. The park was known as Mills Park and although the original playground equipment has been replaced by new equipment, the tennis courts are still there and the area is still well used by the community. 

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Message from Mayor Nina Bifolchi

As we share in The Monthly Report, we recently declared town beachfront properties “surplus” to the municipality’s needs.

This is a procedural step allowing council, when ready, to sell these lands.

Construction of our twin-pad arena and library continues on schedule and on budget. Chris Roos, director of recreation, events and facilities, provides the latest on the project with a video update in this newsletter. These monthly video updates are a great way to stay informed about the progress we are making. Please take a moment to watch.

We continue to receive tremendous financial support for the twin-pad arena and library project. In May alone, we received donations from the Weiss family, the Rotary Club, Carly’s Angels, and the Wasaga and District Builders and Contractors Association. Again, on behalf of council, I thank these contributors for their significant generosity.

Meanwhile, our summer events line-up continues to grow. We recently added two more activities to the schedule. Visit our website for full details. This is going to be another fun summer in Wasaga Beach.

I am proud of our Accessibility Advisory Committee and the work it has done lately. The committee recently spearheaded a radio contest on Max FM to raise awareness about accessibility in our community. They have also produced a series of informative accessibility awareness videos. The first video is included in this newsletter. Watch our social media platforms for future messages.

May was certainly a month for celebrations in Wasaga Beach and we highlight three of these in The Monthly Report: Special Olympian Marlene Mayer won gold at a recent competition, Francis and Kathleen Clark celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary, and Willard and Marie Henry marked 60 years together. It was my pleasure to visit with these individuals and bring greetings on behalf of council.

I was also happy to join council members at the grand opening of Wasaga Family Foot and Orthotic Clinic recently. Chiropodists Jacob Cook and Quinn Sallows have taken over the practice from Norman Kew. The clinic is at 587 River Road West, Unit 8.

In closing, mark June 22 on your calendar – that’s when our Seniors Information and Active Living Expo takes place at the RecPlex, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The expo will have more than 60 exhibitors. Thanks to our Age-Friendly Community Advisory Committee for all of the work that goes into planning this event.

Thank you and I look forward to updating you again next month.

Wasaga Beach Town Council

Mayor Nina Bifolchi
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Deputy Mayor Sylvia Bray
Councillor Joe Belanger
Councillor David Foster
Councillor Mark Kinney
Councillor George Watson
Councillor Stan Wells
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