Posted on January 12, 2021 01:23 PM
Capital and Operating budgets approved
The draft 2021 Capital Budget was first presented to Council on November 9, 2020, and continued on November 30, 2020. Council made some recommendations to the capital budgets which were incorporated into the report brought forth January 11, 2021. Also, the ICIP Resilience Stream grant was announced that the Town of Pelham would only receive $112,331. Therefore, the ICIP Resilience Stream...
Posted on December 15, 2020 01:50 PM
Niagara Central Dorothy Rungeling Airport - Overview
Councillor Lisa Haun, joined by other Commissioners of the Niagara Central Dorothy Rungeling Airport (NCDRA), presented an overview of the airport and its history to Pelham Town Council. The overview included history dating back to 1945-1970 when the airport was owned and operated by the Federal government, and then sold to the Welland, Port Colborne, Wainfleet, and Pelham) who now owns...
Posted on November 18, 2020 01:05 PM
Pelham Street north speed study results
As a result of a petition for a three-way stop sign at Pelham Street and Shorthills Place received by Council in October, the Town of Pelham conducted a speed study, presenting the results to Council on November 16.
As a Collector Road, Pelham Street's function is to move traffic to and from local roads, as well as deliver traffic from rural areas and neighbouring municipalities to the north.
Posted on November 03, 2020 01:49 PM
Update from the Cannabis Control Committee (CCC)
Chair of the CCC Tim Nohara presented an updated to Council Monday evening, outlining the work that has been completed in a 14-month period, ending on July 31, 2020, including an updated regulatory framework forecast and the plans for the fall, winter, and spring of 2020/2021
Results from the 14 months leading up to July 31, 2020, include the extension of the Interim Control Bylaw, extensive...
Posted on October 20, 2020 01:42 PM
Christmas in Pelham changes on their way
Pelham's annual holiday event, Christmas in Pelham, will look slightly different in 2020 than in previous years. Approved by Council on Monday night, the 2020 event will have an expanded event footprint, putting physical distancing requirements, controlling the number of participants, and modeling similar to the successful 2020 Pelham Farmers Market layout and protocols in place.
The other key element...