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LeBlanc addresses docs, sewage treatment, garbage and transit, and more

Doug LeBlanc

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There are only three week until the municipal election on October 24. Once more there are interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. There are just too many of them. However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. Continue Reading →

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Physician recruitment, wastewater and taxes on the agenda for Ostrander

Brian Ostrander

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There is only three weeks until the municipal election on October 24.  , Once more there are interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County.  I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates.  There are just too many of them.  However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. This interview is with Brian Ostrander, who is running for mayor of Brighton.  He discusses physician recruitment, wastewater treatment, plus taxes, and more. Originally aired: September 30, 2022 Continue Reading →

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Koehl moves from advocate to politician in her run for mayor of Alnwick/Haldimand

Gritt Koehl

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This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. There are just too many of them. However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. This week is with Gritt Koehl, who wants to be mayor of Alnwick/Haldimand. Continue Reading →

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Grogan covers a range of topics, including Wesleyville, affordable housing, and taxes

Angela Grogan

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This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. There are just too many of them. However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. This week is with Angela Grogan, who is running for mayor of Port Hope. Continue Reading →

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Cleveland provides his vision for Cobourg, addresses taxes, housing and leadership

Lucas Cleveland

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This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. There are just too many of them. However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. This interview is with Lucas Cleveland, candidate for mayor in Cobourg. Continue Reading →

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Gilchrist talks about property taxes, Lakeport subdivision and protecting lands in the township

Steve Gilchrist

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This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. There are just too many of them. However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. In this interview, Gilchrist, a former MPP in the Mike Harris government, talks about his political experience and family’s history in the township. Continue Reading →

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Crate speaks to his record, the local healthcare crisis, plus noise concerns about a local industry

Bob Crate

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This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. There are just too many of them. However, you can go to the radio station’s website or the website for this show to find candidate information. In this interview, Bob Crate discusses his council’s transparency, accountability, the healthcare crisis in Trent Hills, recent noise issues with one local industry, and property taxes. Continue Reading →

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Farmers, roads and development high on the list of concerns for Logel

John Logel

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Farmers and roads are crucial to John Logel, candidate for mayor of Alnwick/Haldimand Township. But more than anything, he is very concerned about the Lakeport Beach development in the southeast corner of the municipality. These and other issues are the subjects of this extensive interview with Logel. This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. Continue Reading →

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Fedorka runs again for mayor of Trent Hills promising to listen and collaborate

Susan Fedorka

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In her campaign literature, Susan Fedorka says Trent Hills is facing enormous challenges. She promises to work proactively and collaboratively with the council and other organizations. This interview explores those aspects of her campaign and many others impacting Trent Hills voters. This week the series of interviews with the mayoral candidates running for office across Northumberland County continues. I will not be interviewing deputy mayor or council candidates. Continue Reading →

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Henderson addresses critical issues as he seeks third term as mayor of Cobourg

JOHN HENDERSON

 

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For 38 years, John Henderson has lived in Cobourg. For most of that time, he has served the community. At first, he sat on various boards and committees. Then, 12 years ago, he ran for council. He was elected mayor in 2018. Continue Reading →

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