Over the past several weeks, a parade of heavy, fully loaded dump trucks has entered Newcastle at the Mill Street exit from the eastbound 401. They travelled north on Mill Street to King Avenue East (Highway 2 in the Village), thence eastward to their destination close to Stapleton Road where their loads of soil were dumped.
TO MAYOR ADRIAN FOSTER AND MEMBERS OF THE CLARINGTON MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Several months ago, Council voted to take steps necessary to cause Canadian National/VIA Rail to cease blowing train horns as their trains pass through the community of Wilmot Creek (two level crossings – Bennett Road and Cobbledick Road). Although the community did not exist
The Board of Directors of the Newcastle/Bond Head Ratepayers Association passed a resolution unanimously to approach local government about the appalling condition of the Bond Head spit and pier. As you enjoy our recently renovated and expanded waterfront park, you will have noticed that the pier extending into Lake Ontario from the park has been
President David Saunders called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and welcomed our speaker, Mayor Adrian Foster. Mayor Foster opened with an update on the many developments in Clarington, such as the Owasco expansion, the Rona building purchase and the new Toyota parts warehouse which will serve dealers from Manitoba to the east coast.
A Gift of Art at 187 King Ave. E. in Newcastle is offering a free speaker series on Thursdays from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Upcoming speakers include: February 28 - Christine Murphy: Humane Society of Durham March 7 - Marilyn Glassford: Lakeshore Tours March 21 - Kiley Percy: Clarington Public Library March 28 -
Our March 12, 2019 General Meeting will feature Clarington Mayor Adrian Foster as speaker. Mayor Foster will be updating us on activities at the municipal level that affect the residents of Newcastle and Clarington. Join us at 7 p.m. in the Lions' Room, lower level, Newcastle Community Hall, 20 King St. W.
President David Saunders called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and welcomed our speaker, Councillor Willy Woo. Councillor Woo, who was retiring after 12 years in the local and Regional Council, opened with a slide presentation and reminisced about the old times that he experienced in the village. He showed pictures of the Green
Fall is fully upon us with shorter days, trees that are colouring and our regular season of ratepayer meetings and activities. The election is behind us and we are proud to have partnered with the Chamber of Commerce to have put on a forum for all Ward 4 candidates. The end of this effort was
President David Saunders called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. He asked all present to remember the passing of Art Wynn. Jill Richardson welcomed our speaker, Marian Timmermans. Both of these ladies are part of the Clarington Hospice committee. Mrs. Richardson experienced the undignified death of her husband in the hospital and Ms. Timmermans
We are pleased to announce that our next General meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 in the Newcastle Lions room starting at 7 p.m. We are fortunate to have as our speaker, Marian Timmermans, from the Durham Hospice Committee. Marian will be bringing us up to date on this necessary compassionate residence.