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Bradford Legion Donates to the Library

A newspaper clipping about fundraising to raise funds for a new Bradford Public Library at 100 Holland Court. Included is a newspaper photograph of (L-R): George Jackson (Library Building Committee Member), Lynn McClellan (Legion President), Anne Wagg (Library Fundraising Committee Chair), Art Kneeshaw (Library Fundraising Committee Member)

Bradford Weekly

Library Fundraising Drive

A newspaper clipping about a fundraising drive to help raise funds for a new Bradford Public Library at 100 Holland Court.

Included with the article is a picture of those involved in fundraising for the new library.
Front Row (L-R): Bill Marks, Anne Wagg, Debbie Jesk, Ryan Lamb
Second Row (L-R): Art Kneeshaw, Eleanor Sherbo, Pauline Taylor
Back Row (L-R): Ron Quinton, Dennis Roughley, Gary Lamb
Absent for photo: George Jackson, Bob Evans, Brenda Nolan

Bradford Witness

Mayor Gordon wants reduction of town planners' activities

"At the urging of Mayor Roy Gordon, the role of Bradford's planning consultant on the town planning committee is being reduced. 'I have had the opinion the board is being run by the planner, when he should be there just for advice,' Mayor Gordon told the committee last Thursday. After the meeting, chairman Art Kneeshaw said he would "tone down" the work of consultant Bruce McLaughlin of Proctor and Redfern engineering firm. He said more work would be placed on the shoulders of committee secretary-treasurer Pat Storey. He told committee members that planning decisions are their responsibility and the planner should only be asked for advice. Mr. Kneeshaw said during the meeting that the planner has helped with his experience in other municipalities, dealing with many sorts of development proposals. And committee member Gord Compton said the committee 'would have been lost' at times without the planner's guidance. Mayor Gordon said later that he did not know how much money would be saved by having the planner attend fewer committee meetings. He said the main issue was that the committee function had become a 'morass' of planning that confuses most of the people involved."

Bradford Witness