ERIN – Resident and business owner Keith Barrick can see a little farther into the future after council voted to permanently allow Keith’s Trailer Sales to continue operating on agricultural land.
Erin renews building lease with Upper Credit Humane Society
ERIN - A recent lease renewal on a Town of Erin building being used by the Upper Credit Humane Society bides time for the charity to find another home.
Hundreds of properties with heritage value struck from town list following provincial changes
ERIN - Hundreds of properties once deemed to have cultural or heritage value have been removed from Erin’s heritage register in “one foul swoop.”
Spandreltech Ltd. owners say development charges impeding company’s growth in Erin
ERIN – Wesley Sanders of Spandreltech Ltd. says Erin is “out of touch” when it comes to the town’s development charges.
Grand River Agricultural Society supports HorseDay Erin
ERIN – The Grand River Agricultural Society’s (GRAS) philanthropic committee voted in favour of gifting charitable funds to support HorseDay Erin, a local event taking place at the Erin Fairgrounds.
Erin council compels report on bid evaluation process after another contract rescinded
ERIN – Councillor John Brennan moved a motion, successfully carried by council on April 27, to compel the town's infrastructure director to detail how the town evaluates bids on tenders following another contract error.
Drug strategy groups release data sheets highlighting drug poisoning crisis
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Drug strategy officials here have released a set of fact sheets in an effort to address the ongoing drug poisoning crisis that's taking a toll on the local community and across Ontario.
Five Erin projects moving forward with $83,750 Blue Triton grant
ERIN - Town staff have determined how to spend $83,750 in grant funds from Blue Triton with council granting its approval on April 13.
Get growing at the Hillsburgh Garden Club spring plant sale
HILLBURGH – Preparations are in full swing for the Hillsburgh Garden Club’s spring plant sale, set to take place May 20.
Erin council supports location for new telecom tower
ERIN - Erin is providing a letter of support for a new telecommunications tower along Fifth Line after a compromise was reached between Fontur International, representing Signum Wireless, and area residents concerned about the future tower's effects on health, aesthetics and property values.