Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2017 03:30 PM
In January 2017, the Town of St. Marys released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the purchase of Town-owned land located at 121 Ontario Street. This land, commonly known as the West Ward School property, was the previous location of the Early Learning Centre, which was recently moved to Holy Name of Mary School.
This notice provides detailed information about the decision to relocate the Early Learning Centre and to sell the property at 121 Ontario Street. It also refers to a number of staff...
Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2017 10:30 AM
The Town of St. Marys regular Council meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday, February 14 has been moved to Thursday, February 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the Pyramid Recreation Centre End Zone at 317 James Street South. The change has been made to allow residents an opportunity to provide feedback on the 2017 municipal budget. The regular Council meeting will resume following the public input period.
The final draft budget will be available February 8 online at www.townofstmarys.com/budget...
Posted on Friday, January 27, 2017 09:00 AM
The public is invited to join Perth County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), St Marys Fire Department and Perth County Paramedic Services on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at the Pyramid Recreation Centre at 317 James Street South in St. Marys for activities in support of “The Push for Change” in partnership with Victim Services Bruce Grey Perth.
“The Push for Change” began in May 2016 when Joe Roberts - a former street youth turned successful entrepreneur - started pushing a shopping cart 9,000 km across...
Posted on Thursday, January 19, 2017 03:45 PM
In accordance with the Ontario Heritage Act, Section 29, Part IV, Council intends to designate 96 Robinson Street (Lot 10, Block L, Plan 216) as a place of architectural and historical value.
Reasons for designation
96 Robinson Street is a storey-and-a-half white brick villa, built in 1875 as the home of Leon and Eunice Clench and their two daughters, Mary and Nora. Relocating from London to St. Marys in the mid-1850s, Leon Clench (1834-1884) was the town's first lawyer. He also established the first...
Posted on Friday, January 13, 2017 11:00 AM
Flashing green lights also indicate emergency responders
Town of St. Marys Fire Chief Richard Anderson is reminding local and area drivers to heed the law and Driver’s Handbook when reacting to approaching emergency vehicles.
“When responding to recent calls, I have noticed some drivers not pulling over or getting nervous and stopping right in the middle of the street,” said Chief Anderson. “These actions delay emergency vehicles and increase the danger of collision for both drivers and emergency responders.”