Posts Tagged ‘steve arnold’

St. Clair Region Conservation Authority announces area scholarships

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The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has announced winners of its scholarship program. The winning high school students, who plan to continue their post-secondary studies in a conservation-related field, are recognized based on their academic achievement and their demonstrated interest and involvement with the environment. In total, $3,250 was awarded across the St. Clair region […]

Warden’s dinner celebrates Steve Arnold’s accomplishments in Lambton

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LambtonShield.com contributor Bonnie Stevenson send along this picture of Petrolia town crier Les Whiting doing what she described as a "terrifically entertaining 'cry' about Steve Arnold's term as Warden of Lambton County " By all accounts, Arnold enjoyed the experience, as did his children and two of his grandchildren who were at the head table […]

Enbridge donates $11k to St. Clair Fire Department to purchase backup power generator

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  Enbridge Pipelines Inc. has made a donation of $11,000 to the St. Clair Township Fire Department as part of the company Safe Community program. The money is being used to purchase a natural gas generator, which will provide the department with power in the event of an outage. Pictured, from left, are Steve Bicum, […]

Lambton County appeals to PM in opposition to VIA Rail cuts

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In a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Lambton County Warden Steve Arnold has expressed the "surprise, shock and extreme disappointment" that the federal government would cut VIA Rail service to the area. The cuts, which take effect Friday, will result in only one train a day leaving Sarnia. Arnold told the PM, in the […]

Local leaders give their perspective on community topics to breakfast crowd

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The annual Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce Community Leadership Breakfast continues to grab the attention of politicians and business leaders alike, judging from a crowded ballroom at the Lambton INN on Wednesday morning. Speaking to an enthusiastic audience were, in order of appearance, Lambton County Warden Steve Arnold, Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley and Petrolia Mayor John […]

Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery opening delayed until fall due to structural issues

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Lambton County Cultural Services General Manager Robert Tremain announced this week that the grand opening of Lambton's new Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery, originally slated for this summer, likely won't come until sometime this fall. "They’ve run into some structural challenges at the former Saks building," said Tremain. Lambton County Warden Steve Arnold was […]

St. Clair Township celebrates completion of Guthrie Park shoreline protection project

The completion of the Guthrie Park shoreline protection project in St. Clair Township has given the public an attractive new outdoor space to enjoy. The project was recently celebrated with a series of presentations on Aug. 11. On hand for the occasion were dignitaries including Sarnia-Lambton MP Pat Davidson, Lambton-Kent- Middlesex MPP Maria Van Bommel, […]

St. Clair Township wants answers about smell from Clean Harbors

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The mayor of St. Clair Township says he is “very, very disappointed” that officials from Clean Harbours have not responded to requests from his township's legal staff for information about an odour problem that surfaced in early August from the site on Telfer Sideroad west of Petrolia. Steve Arnold says his council has passed a […]

Sarnia’s mayor wants county to develop a plan to deal with bed bugs

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Sarnia's mayor wants County Council to tackle the issue of bed bugs when it meets next Wednesday (September 7) in Wyoming. In a letter to Lambton County Warden Steve Arnold and members of County Council, Mike Bradley is recommending a two-pronged approach to the problem. Bradley wants staff to report back on a strategy to […]

Lambton County Warden wins fight to use his own vehicle

The Warden of Lambton County has won the battle to drive his own vehicle, instead of a vehicle provided to him by the federation. Steve Arnold said he wanted to use his own vehicle because it is bigger and, in his opinion, safer. County staff has been directed to survey neighbouring counties to develop a […]