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City changes the way it hands out cultural grants

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By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner A new framework for Barrie’s cultural grants guidelines is finished, for now. City council gave final approval this week to a motion which limits individuals working for the city receiving grants, specifies residency requirements, slightly changes the composition of the jury panel that decides on the grants and caps its expenses. Barrie resident Darren Roskam, ... Read More »

Ward 8 councillor sworn in

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Arif Khan, 41, was sworn in Monday as Barrie’s next Ward 8 councillor by Justice of the Peace Brian Norton. “It’s going to be an interesting time,” Khan said just minutes after being sworn in. “There is a lot of work, but I look forward to it. I will continue to offer my ear as an avenue for the community.” ... Read More »

Stakes rise in multi-million-dollar lawsuit over Barrie’s Allandale land

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By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner The stakes could be raised in a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against the city by its former development partner on Barrie’s Allandale Station land. The Correct Group Inc. (CGI) intends to substantially increase its statement of claim by millions of dollars and specifically add Mayor Jeff Lehman, former and current city staff, a real-estate appraisal company and ... Read More »

Khan ready to work

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By: Laurie Watt, Barrie Advance BARRIE – Arif Khan can pause to enjoy spending time with his two daughters before he begins his work as Ward 8 councillor. Elected Monday, Khan will be sworn into office Dec. 17. But the race to winning the seat vacated by Jennifer Robinson this summer has been long and intense, he said. First out ... Read More »

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