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Gary Muntz

Gary Muntz is running for Council; outlines priorities

As a long time resident of Port Dover, having put down roots here in June 1983, I have been a keen observer of the municipal political scene. I had the honour of serving my fellow Port Doverites for two terms during the City of Nanticoke days. With the creation of the new Norfolk County as […]

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Fire Ban 2018

Fire ban in effect for Norfolk County

Effective immediately and until further notice a Fire Ban is in effect for all of Norfolk County. This ban includes recreational fires, open air burning with a permit, fireworks, and burn barrels. This ban does not include approved natural gas / propane BBQ’s used for cooking or campfires at campsites with an approved fire safety […]

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Expect traffic delays on Fri 13th

Norfolk County OPP Detachment working with our Community Partners recognize there will be a large influx of visitors to the area on Friday, July 13, 2018. To ensure the orderly flow of traffic and pedestrians, it is necessary to redirect traffic. St. George St., will become a one way street for south bound traffic only. St. […]

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Air space closed over Port Dover on Friday the 13th

Norfolk County OPP would like to remind everyone that will be attending Friday the 13th that the downtown core airspace will be closed. Pursuant to section 5.1 of the Aeronautics Act, air space is restricted during police operations, except for police, medevac and rescue aircraft. During the events of Friday the 13th, air space is closed […]

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OPP reminding drivers to be alert as traffic increased on Friday the 13th

Norfolk County OPP would like to remind the public that Friday the 13th, a largely attended event in Port Dover, is quickly approaching. As always, the OPP’s priority is community safety. The OPP will have a high visibility police presence in and around Port Dover with a heavy focus on traffic flow and direction. The OPP recognize […]

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Misner Dam

Misner Dam’s future is up in the air

  “I believe this council doesn’t support repairing Misner Dam,” Mayor Charlie Luke said. By David Judd MISNER Dam’s future is up in the air. County council has refused to award a contract to repair the historic dam on the Lynn River in Port Dover. Last Tuesday’s 5 to 4 vote against proceeding with a […]

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Death Notices – July 2018

  Published July 4, 2018 Val Hart HART, Valentina Jane. It is with profound sadness that I announce the passing of my beloved wife, Valentina (Val) Jane Hart, after a stubborn battle over the past five months. Val died peacefully, surrounded by her loving family, at home, overlooking her garden full of birds and chipmunks. […]

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Missing Male2, July 2, 2018

UPDATE – OPP SEEKING ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING MISSING MALE -Canine Services, Emergency Response Team and Aviation Services Continue Search

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Norfolk County Detachment is seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing male from a Council Street, LaSalette, Norfolk County address. On Monday, July 2, 2018, at approximately 11:20 a.m., police received a report of a missing person. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that 27-year-old […]

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Map Friday the 13th July 2018

Organizers preparing for Friday the 13th

Port Dover is once again the destination for bikers and bike admirers on Friday, July 13th. For years, bikers have made their way to Port Dover every Friday the 13th in all seasons. When the event happens during the summer months, the number of visitors swell. Tens of thousands of people — and possibly more […]

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Amy Martin

Amy Martin running for councillor of Ward 6 Norfolk County

ON Monday, June 18th, Amy Martin officially announced her candidacy for councillor in Norfolk County Ward 6. Ms. Martin, who was “born, raised and current resident in Port Dover,” is a first-time candidate for political office and says she “brings non-profit, fundraising, small business ownership and community advocacy experience to the table.” In announcing her […]

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Doug Long

Doug Long runs for Council seat

DOUG Long of Chapman Street West, Port Dover has announced that he is running for election as Norfolk Councillor in Ward 6 to represent Port Dover. “It is with great pleasure that I look forward to represent Ward 6 as your next Councillor. Every day I have been approached by my many supporters and it […]

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Jeff Miller

Jeff Miller announces bid as Ward 6 councillor

JEFF Miller, 55, was the first person to officially announce that he will be running for a seat at Norfolk County Council as the Ward 6 councillor. The municipal election takes place in October. The campaign period got underway on May 1st. The present Ward 6 councillor, John Wells, has held the seat since the […]

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