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Jennifer Golletz

Jennifer Golletz

Jennifer Golletz covers civic matters in The Blue Mountains and Grey Highlands under the Local Journalism Initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Jennifer

Thornbury business owners frustrated downtown parkettes not finished yet

Thornbury business owners frustrated downtown parkettes not finished yet

‘I certainly would have appreciated this being of a higher importance to the town in terms of economic viability for our businesses in this insane year we've been in,’ Nicole Paara, co-owner of the Bruce Wine Bar
TBM eyes 'truth corner' to deal with misinformation on social media

TBM eyes 'truth corner' to deal with misinformation on social media

The town identified misinformation on social media as a threat to communication
Grey County signs over $780K for Markdale Hospital, money was put in savings in 2006

Grey County signs over $780K for Markdale Hospital, money was put in savings in 2006

Through cash and land transfers, Grey County has contributed $1 million to the Markdale Hospital project
Craigleith Depot launches book featuring stories of seven generations of Indigenous women

Craigleith Depot launches book featuring stories of seven generations of Indigenous women

'Every Child Matters and these women help us remember that,’ says Dr. Kathryn Labelle, author of Daughters of Aataentsic, Life Stories from Seven Generations
Construction continues at Thornbury pier

Construction continues at Thornbury pier

Project completion is estimated by the end of June, says town official
The calm before the storm: Blue Mountain Village businesses gear up for reopening

The calm before the storm: Blue Mountain Village businesses gear up for reopening

Outdoor dining will return to the Blue Mountain Village tomorrow as the province moves into stage one of its reopening plan
Additional attractions set to open at Blue this weekend, but you can't just walk in

Additional attractions set to open at Blue this weekend, but you can't just walk in

This season, due to COVID-19 safety protocols there will be no walk-up tickets available, all passes must be purchased online in advance
<b>GALLERY: </b>Memorials for residential school victims and survivors grow in TBM

GALLERY: Memorials for residential school victims and survivors grow in TBM

The Town of The Blue Mountains has set up a memorial west of town hall in Thornbury near the Riverwalk platform, which will be in place until June 22
TBM launches 2022 budget deliberations with a zero per cent increase in mind

TBM launches 2022 budget deliberations with a zero per cent increase in mind

TBM council is expected to deliberate on the budget for four days in December once a first draft is presented in mid-November
TBM CAO wants to identify nimbyism ahead of planning process

TBM CAO wants to identify nimbyism ahead of planning process

Town staff are in the process of developing a community pre-consultation process for proposed developments