Bradford West Gwillimbury Town Council 1991
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Photograph of Bradford West Gwillimbury's town council from 1991.
Back Row: Frank Jonkman, Peter Dykie Jr., Dennis Roughley, Jim Corneau, Gary Lamb, William Marks
Front Row: Deputy-Reeve William Dykie, Deputy-Reeve Frances Reid, Mayor William de P...
Town of Bradford
Did Bradford snub W. Gwillimbury?
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Article on the opening of the new Administrative building for the Township of West Gwillimbury. There is discussion of the idea of amalgamation within the text.
Frances Reid appointed to county housing authority
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"Frances Reid, vice-chairman of the West Gwillimbury planning committee, has been appointed to the Simcoe County and Orillia Housing Authority, Minister of Housing John Rhodes announced last week. Mrs. Reid has served on the planning committee for...
Library board wants township money
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A newspaper article about West Gwillimbury residents' use of the Bradford Public Library and funding.
New West Gwillimbury Administrative Building
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Ribbon cutting of the new Administrative Building for the Township of West Gwillimbury on August 12, 1989. (L-R): Ron Simpson, Frank Jonkman, Jim Corneau, Frances Reid, Harry Adams, Bud Brown, Bruce Owen.
The building was designed by architect R....
Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury
Pat Storey - New Mayor
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Article about the 1991 election, where Pat Storey was voted in the new mayor of Bradford West Gwillimbury, and information on Frank Jonkman (as councillor), Dennis Roughley and John Maurino as Ward 2 councillors, and Peter Dykie and John Gabriel a...
Some agrominium facts
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"I would like to commend both your staff and paper for the coverage given to both the Planning Board meeting and the Council meeting in West Gwillimbury regarding Crang Agrominium. However, there are a lot of facts that I would like the residents ...