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Ward Boundary Review

Ward Boundary

The City of Barrie is conducting a comprehensive review of the city’s ward boundaries to develop an effective and equitable system of representation with reference to overall projected growth within the municipality. The revised ward structure is to be in place for the 2014 Municipal Election. This review will address significant population differences across the city’s ten wards (both current ... Read More »

Barrie council delays rezoning request until April 29

Housing

By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner Five storeys bad, three storeys good. That was the message Allandale neighbours gave to Barrie councillors Monday about a proposed apartment development on Cumberland Street. City council delayed a decision until April 29 on rezoning 140, 142, 144, 148 and 152 Cumberland St., needed to build two residential buildings – one 12 units and three ... Read More »

Barrie reviewing new ward boundaries for 2014 election

Ward Boundary

The City of Barrie is undertaking a comprehensive review of Barrie’s ward boundaries to develop an effective and equitable system of representation, with reference to overall projected growth within the municipality. The city’s existing 10 wards have a significant disparity in terms of the population allocation that is anticipated to become more substantial as a result of the future development ... Read More »

Barrie students taking part in Day of Pink

Pink

Staff, Barrie Examiner Staff and students at Innisdale Secondary School and Allandale Heights Public School in Barrie will be taking to the streets Wednesday in an anti-bullying rally to celebrate International Day of Pink. Students and staff participating in the rally will be dressed in pink and walking with anti-bullying signs as a gesture to express their support for inclusivity ... Read More »

Barrie council OKs zero tolerace regarding backyard burning

firepit

By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner Light up! Chimineas, or outdoor solid fuel burning appliances, are OK in Barrie backyards. But city council did approve a zero-tolerance enforcement policy this week, so that all such fires would be ordered extinguished upon complaint. A second complaint at the same address within 24 hours can result in a fine. A copy of this ... Read More »

Barrie council OKs transit changes

Barrie Transit

By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner City buses to Huronia Road health services will be running sooner rather than later. Barrie council has approved adjusting Barrie Transit routes to include 480 Huronia Rd., which houses the Barrie Community Health Centre (BCHC) and the Huronia Urgent Care Clinic. It would begin May 6, but reduce service to the Pine Drive area —although ... Read More »

Barrie set to redraw ward boundaries

Barry Ward

Barry Ward for Barrie Ward 4 was a catchy slogan for three elections. But that – and more – could change – as Barrie reviews its ward boundaries. “It’s going to be a real tough job,” said Ward, the longest-serving councillor. “There are others things to consider, like school board boundaries and garbage collection. It’s not just the interests of ... Read More »

No wiggle room for backyard fires

firepit

By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner Chimineas are back on Barrie’s front-burner. Councillors agreed Monday to a zero-tolerance enforcement policy, so that all such fires would be ordered extinguished upon complaint. A second complaint at the same address within 24 hours can result in a fine. A copy of this policy would be provided to anyone receiving an outdoor burning permit. ... Read More »

Credits given to help needy access programs

Active

By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner Accessing Barrie’s recreation programs has been eased by a new initiative. RecACCESS provides support to low-income city families and individuals by giving them credits that can be applied to registration fees for programs and activities. “This is such a simple idea that has so many benefits for so many people,” Mayor Jeff Lehman said Thursday ... Read More »

Council supports FCM in Caribbean

Skating

By Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner Tuesday, February 12, 2013 1:14:55 EST PM An attempt to rein in city staff participation in a Caribbean aid program fell short Monday. Barrie Coun. Bonnie Ainsworth wanted a business plan which included program details, staff time involved, mission frequency and annual reporting before council supported the program. “I’m bothered about this being a five-year ... Read More »

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