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$22.8 million for water and sewage

publisher May 26, 2017 - 3:39pm

The federal and Ontario governments are providing $22.8 million to finance a remedy to Maxville's chronic water problem and to plan an expansion of Alexandria's sewage treatment facility.

North Glengarry will receive $15.2 million from the federal government and $7.6 million from the province, while the township will be required to pay $7.6 million.

Funds were announced Friday in Maxville.

More details in the May 31 edition of The News.

Is the ice safe?

Administrator Feb 4, 2016 - 1:31pm

North Glengarry Recreation Director Terry Gilmer reminds us that ice conditions change daily, so it's important to check before venturing out onto "frozen" rivers and ponds. He adds that they are working on informational signs for Mill Pond at Alexandria's Island Park to help guide those who might like to take advantage of the skating service or do some ice fishing.

$64 million question

richard Sep 9, 2015 - 8:56am

North Glengarry needs federal and provincial support to proceed with the $64 million regional water project. But if Ottawa and Toronto say, "Yes," North Glengarry would have to max out its borrowing capacity. Read about the dilemma in the September 9 edition of The Glengarry News.

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Advisory lifted

richard Jul 9, 2015 - 9:57am

The Eastern Ontario Health Unit has lifted a precautionary "Do Not Use Water" advisory it issued on July 7 for residents of the Township of South Glengarry whose private water systems draw water from the St. Lawrence River between Glen Walter and South Lancaster.
The warning was issued after two tugboats capsized in the St. Lawrence River, raising fears of possible water contamination.

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Bad break

richard Mar 29, 2015 - 12:24pm

A boil water advisory in Alexandria will continue into the work week. Residents must boil their water for a minute before consuming it. The order will be in effect until Wednesday. Marius Bauer inspects the source of the problem -- a broken water pipe on Main Street.