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Recycling and garbage pickup to improve significantly

by Shaun McLaughlin First published in Shaun on Council Recycling and garbage pickup is about to change significantly in Mississippi Mills. Beginning in June, the blue...

Pitch-in Week helps keep our watershed and groundwater healthy

Did you know the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) and the Provincial Groundwater Monitoring Network (PGMN) report on our watershed every 5 years? PGMN wells...

Council has been deluged with letters concerning the Enerdu project

by Shaun McLaughlin We on Council have been deluged with letters and comments on the Enerdu hydro project. Many people have asked for us to...

Councillor Shaun McLaughlin to present measure to alleviate Mississippi Mills tax increase

by Shaun McLaughlin Council will discuss and probably pass the Mississippi Mills 2013 budget at its meeting on January 22. The 19 people who...

Mayor John Levi takes issue with Councillors’ statements in the Millstone

Dear Editor: I prefer to address Council business at the Council table but feel obligated to respond to published statements in the Millstone by Councillor...

Regional media flocks to council meeting

by Shaun McLaughlin first published at Shaun on Council  Tuesday night’s meeting of Council and the Committee of the Whole (July 29, 2014) received an uncommon...

Taking the message to Queen’s Park

by Mayor-elect Shaun McLaughlin first published at Shaun on Council On Monday, December 1, Councillors Duncan Abbott and Alex Gillis, CAO Diane Smithson and I...

Christa Lowry thanks the voters of Ramsay for her election win.

by Councillor-elect Christa Lowry Voters of Ramsay: Thank you for participating in the Mississippi Mills Election October 27th.    I am humbled by your overwhelming support,...

Public process revived re public input into change of Mississippi Mills Council composition

by Shaun McLaughlin Back in April, I wrote how a council vote likely spelled the death knell for public input into a change in Council...

Did you know Mill & Little Bridge Street upgrades / reconstruction will not start...

by Councillor-elect Jill McCubbin The construction on Clyde Street (across from the Liquor Store in Almonte) had many people wondering about the "street upgrade" process...

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