The minor soccer season in Williamstown came to a close today, with the CLMSA's Super Sunday finale. We will have details in The Glengarry News. A photo gallery from one of the matches is available here.
With the 2 p.m. Friday nomination deadline approaching, ten candidates are vying for the three councillor positions on South Glengarry council.
They are incumbents Trevor Bougie and Bill McKenzie and challengers Joanne High, Stephanie Jaworksi, Martin Lang, Jo-Ann Periard, Glenn Patton, Claude Bourcier, Duncan Wightman and Hanz Schulz.
Both Deputy mayor posts in North and South Glengarry are being contested in the lead-up to the October 22 elections.
In North Glengarry, Lochiel Councillor Brian Caddell has withdrawn his nomination as a councillor so he can run for Deputy mayor, the job also being sought by Maxville Councillor Carma Williams.
In South Glengarry, Councillor Lyle Warden has joined Jacqueline Milner in the race for Deputy mayor.
Jo-Ann Periard, of Summerstown, is seeking a councillor seat on South Glengarry council in the October 22 election.
She is the third person to officially enter the race.
July 27 is the last day to file nomination papers.
Deputy Mayor Frank Prevost has declared his intention to seek the mayoralty, now held by Ian McLeod who has said that he will not seek re-election. Jacqueline Milner is running for the deputy mayor’s post.
Replacement of two 1960s-era Highway 401 bridges in South Glengarry will take place between 2018 and 2020.
“Bainsville (Third Line) Road, we’re proposing for Year 1 and 2, so 2018 and 2019, and then Westley (Second Line) Road will follow in 2019 and 2020,” Nathan Bakker, project manager at engineering and consulting firm WSP, told council during a presentation at the September 18 regular meeting.
Details in the September 27 edition of The News.
A 39-year-old North Glengarry man has been charged after a driver left the scene of a two-vehicle accident only to return a short time later to attack the other motorist, reports the Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police detachment.
Murray McTeer was charged with assault with a weapon, assault, dangerous operation of a vehicle and failure to stop at the scene of an accident.
The incident occurred August 23, at approximately 3:30 p.m. on County Road 18 in South Glengarry Township. The investigation revealed that after leaving the scene, a man returned to assault the driver of the other vehicle.
The accused was released and is scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Alexandria October 11.