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Movement at IMICO?
Prospects are good for marketing the city-owned former IMICO site on Beverley Street for construction of medium-density rental housing, says a new city hall report.
Transit lockout
Transit union boss happy about deal with city
After a two week lockout, the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1189 president Andrew Cleary is thrilled buses will be up and running Friday.
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City buses hit road on Friday
City buses will be running again this Friday Aug. 8 and as an added bonus, they’ll be free to ride.
City to prep more Hanlon Park lands
Council has endorsed a city staff proposal for moving towards development of the third and final phase of the Hanlon Creek Business Park.
Plans for quarry concern residents
A group of Guelph Eramosa Township residents concerned about a proposed quarry in the Rockwood area will be making their concerns known by attending a special council meeting on the subject on Aug. 12.
Bridge work
Woodlawn Road closure
Defeated former trustee throws his hat in the ring
A former trustee who was defeated four years ago while running in the public school board’s East Wellington area plans to seek a Guelph seat in the Oct. 27 election.
Guelph election
Latest mayoral candidate sees himself as alternative
A University of Waterloo professor is the latest candidate to enter Guelph’s mayoral race.
Bike lanes on Downey get nod from city council
Downey Road residents have managed to get city council to put the brakes on plans to remove on-street parking along the road and replace it with bicycle lanes, at least for now.
Staff seeks cash to fight rental housing problems
City hall staff want an extra $150,000 a year to be spent on strengthening the city’s efforts to deal with problems linked to shared rental housing, instead of creating a licensing program for this type of housing.
Acting Guelph Police Cheif Jeff DeRuyter
Acting police chief eyes making it permanent
The Guelph Police Services Board won’t launch a recruitment process for a new police chief while it assesses the performance of the city’s new acting police chief for the next few months.
Child care
After school child care options on the rise
With the last few local schools set to offer full-day kindergarten in the fall, there are a number of new child care programs set to begin to help parents fill in the gaps before and after school.
The Elliott to become long-term care home
The City of Guelph has received Ministry of Health approval to make The Elliott its long-term care home.
City offers election job opportunities
The city is holding recruitment open houses twice this week for residents interested in being hired as election workers for the civic elections in October.
St. George's Square
St. George's Square program possibilities great but . . .
Downtown Guelph Business Association executive director Marty Williams says the ideas behind the city’s plan to make over St. George’s Square are positive, but show him some money.
Guelph Transit
City, transit worker deal means buses back on road Friday
Guelph City Council and members of Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1189 voted today to ratify the tentative agreement reached on Thursday, July 31. Work to resume transit service is already underway.
Big jump in unclaimed cats
The Guelph Humane Society is lowering its cat adoption fees temporarily to try to deal with a recent influx of unclaimed cats.
On-street parking bans a go although impacts unknown
Council has given city staff the power to declare temporary on-street parking bans, starting this year, but details of how it might affect some city residents won’t be known until the fall.
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