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Friday, September 30, 2022

Pelham: Gypsy moths, parking, more parking on agenda

Town Council news Pelham Town council went ahead with its regular meeting and Committee of the Whole gathering March 23, with COVID-19 precautions in place. The...

Pelham Town Council passes “insurance policy” bylaw

Contingency planning for COVID-19 sees pushback from Kore and Hildebrandt While officially defined as a special meeting, Pelham Town Council for all intents and...

TOWN COUNCIL: Parking, cannabis, signs

Council directs staff to research public parking in Fenwick The night before a contentious Committee of Adjustment meeting that deferred a decision on a proposed...

Pelham Town Council news

Town approves up to $50,000 for Cannabis Control Committee Town Council approved more funding for Pelham’s Cannabis Control Committee at its January 13 gathering, another...
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Demise of Pelham chicanery on horizon

  Pelham Town Council circumvented some added bureaucracy at its December 16 meeting, unanimously voting to remove the traffic...

Council chambers going high(er)-tech

$65,000 in audio-video upgrades being introduced this week BY JOHN CHICKSpecial to the VOICE Pelham’s...

Reflections on Pelham Town Council’s first year

In October 2018, Pelham voted in a new council, one comprised of entirely of candidates who had never held political office. The Voice asked...

The Mayor’s year in review

Mayor Marvin Junkin weighs in on Pelham Town Council's accomplishments during 2019 December 3 marked the one-year anniversary of myself and the rest of council...

Pelham Town Council news

  BY VOICE STAFF Honouring Pelham firefighters On Monday, Dec. 2, council began its regular meeting with the memory of Art Lafleur. Lafleur joined the Pelham Fire Department...

Town seeks direct appointment of Library CEO

  Unorthodox move appears aimed at cost savings for labour-heavy budget In a departure from past practice and in possible opposition to the Public Libraries Act,...