The City of Sarnia is asking residents interested in being a member of various boards and committees to apply online by noon on January 14, 2015.
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The City of Sarnia is consolidating several departments related to by-law enforcement into a division that will handle previous functions operated by separate departments dealing with parking, animal control and property standards.
Sarnia City Council, after initially rejecting a new contract deal with 125 firefighters, has said yes to a three-year deal that is already a year old.
Ontario’s Court of Appeal will hear arguments Tuesday (October 28) related to the closure of a men’s homeless shelter once operated by River City Vineyard, a church located on Mitton Street in a building once owned by the YMCA.
Getting the first phase of a remediation project for Centennial Park completed by the end of 2014 is going to cost the City of Sarnia about $400,000 more than anticipated.
It would appear that dogs and baseball aren’t necessarily as compatible as Sarnia City staff and members of Council might first have thought.
Testing for new sirens north of Wellington Street in Sarnia will be done tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16), outside the normal weekly times testing takes place.
Crews were beginning day two of the lawn cutting at Centennial Park early Friday morning.
Photo courtesy of BlackburnNews.com The City of Sarnia Parks and Recreation Department is bringing the musical sounds of local talent to Bright’s Grove.
Sarnia City Council has finally agreed to have any offer to purchase the Bayside Mall, which is currently in receivership, include the land the facility is on.