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The Liberal, 7 Jan 1965 
Newspapers    ... meeting. The coun- cillor felt such a report would assist council In making 1965 appointments. Councillor Lois Hanccy ' pointed out that these ap- l pointecs are volunteers who have other interests and 100% attendance is not al- ways possible. Councillor Scudds agreed. ‘ Mayor Thomas Broadâ...
The Liberal, 14 Jan 1965 
Newspapers    ... was reappointed to the committee of adjustment for a ment not be used on private property, except in case of an emergency. be studied before maklng 1965 appointments was .not practical, Richmond Hill Council discovered Monday night. ' property owner may contest it and may be successful in so doing...
The Liberal, 21 Jan 1965 
Newspapers    ... of Richmond Hill Town Council. This means that the council, elected in December, 1965, and succeeding councils, will sit for a two year term. On a recorded vote. Reeve the two year term a poor coun- Donald Plaxton cast the lone}cil will remain in office for dissenting 'vote. with Council-itwo years...
The Liberal, 28 Jan 1965 
Newspapers    ... tendered his resignation. effectit'ie 7-in-1 30. 1965. to the ianuary meeting‘ of York Central District High School Board Monday even- ing. The board accepted his resignation with deep regret and expressed ap- preciation of Mr. Elson‘s services to the school sys- tem and to the community during a...
The Liberal, 4 Feb 1965 
Newspapers    ... evening and results of the march, not yet complete, indicate a substantial increase in donations from last year. Mothers Marc/red Monday Night RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1965 In offering to pay for the plebiscite Mr. Allen said he would be glad to include in it any other issue...
The Liberal, 11 Feb 1965 
Newspapers    ... 14 (Photo by Stuart‘s Studio) RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1965 E car driven by Carlye Watâ€" son Brett, 37, of Downs- view. who was proceeding west on Steeles. about 75 feet west of Yonge. Miss Middleton was walk- taken to Branson Hospital for treatment of a...
The Liberal, 18 Feb 1965 
Newspapers    ... on Regional De- velopment and E c o n o m i c Change and Councillor S. D. Kaiser was in hospital. The ratepayers, about 80 was informed of plans for an extensive program of road development and exten- sion of water and sewage services in 1965. Council had asked the school board, it was reported...
The Liberal, 25 Feb 1965 
Newspapers    ... to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of present ’l‘hornhill Principal A. S. Elson. m' contract 1965-66 \v :eachers pa who can 0 angdon VE )ndary and W. G.. angstaff Secondary .Vea comm s for the school are approved for at retirement age nly be employed year basis, Mrs. M 3...
The Liberal, 4 Mar 1965 
Newspapers    ... them?" asked Reeve Hooper. paiities‘ jurisdiction RICHMOND HILL ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1965 The mayor noted that since a large percentage of the cost of relief is borne by senior Ieveis of govern- ment, the increase would not reflect too adversely on the local tax rate. llllllllllllilll...
The Liberal, 11 Mar 1965 
Newspapers    ... given permission to carry the amount forward and the board wouldn‘t have to bud- get again for it. In Parliament Ends ’64 With $41,565 Surplus The financial report also Addison Questions Lab. Removal WWII 11, 1965 n; wcu an Iucuuucuo u: uuc mofidgfi‘fif figtftus‘é‘flgglatMgfcg â...
The Liberal, 18 Mar 1965 
Newspapers    ..., 'etary. commit- meeting ‘mnnuumu RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDJAY, MARCH 18, 1965 «$1? )f be read for both pleasure and enlightment, space to house a minimum of the largest class, plus 10, or 10 per cent of the student body, as well as pro- ‘viding sufficient shelf space. Mr. Mc...
The Liberal, 25 Mar 1965 
Newspapers    ...- town. Brampton, Wooll- bridge, Oakville. Whitby. Ajax and Oshawa. Two winners, one from the prepared speech sect- ion and the other from the impromptu speech section, will enter the 1965 prov- incial final public speaking contest. in Toronto on April 19. This final contest is co- sponsored...
The Liberal, 1 Apr 1965 
Newspapers    ... forth suggestions as to how this may be done. An analysis nf the $114.- 800 surplus with which York Central District High School Board ended up 1964 was suprlied to board members at the March meeting. The board had refused to accept the 1965 budget fig- ures prepared for last month‘s meeting...
The Liberal, 8 Apr 1965 
Newspapers    ..., THURSDAY. APRIL 3,1965 Chief topic under considera- tion was the dangerous and un- sightly condition of ditches in the area. Reports of several children being rescued from the deep water in some of the ditches by the prompt action nf’parents. neighbors and older children. emphasized the factâ...
The Liberal, 15 Apr 1965 
Newspapers    ... fs' " . 'il ‘i . t . ' ‘ “ L . . . . cil meeting. Eti’Xiii-iii” 0”“ 2" 98”“ iii; ($13233;nbii-iiggticiifi “mm m 1965‘ The res'dentlal Fate ‘5 This proposal came out of Mrs. [lancer has been the directly seeking their own up mlllS and the commer...
The Liberal, 22 Apr 1965 
Newspapers    ... 1965 HOMEâ€"PAPER or THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878 or) a.” RICHMOND iiiL'L,â€"0NTAR10, THURSDAY, APRIL VOL. 8?, N0. 43. PER COPY 10 Local Lads Are Champ WinTwoStraightGame : ' . ' ' . " CFGM Country Gentlemen are the Zone 3 0n- ‘Rlchmond Hill assisted...
The Liberal, 29 Apr 1965 
Newspapers    ...; he stated. ‘we must be prepared to carry out a simi- lar program in all other areas of the town where there are open ditches â€" and this is 80% of Richmond Hill. We just can't afford it," he emphasized. The councillor noted that three members of the 1965 council live in Beverley...
The Liberal, 6 May 1965 
Newspapers    ... Council May 3 to dis- cuss the possibility of ratepay- ers being given a discount for prepayment of taxes. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1965 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll“lllllllllllllllllllllllll“lllllllllllllllli STOUFFVILLE â€" Despite twa successful strikes after...
The Liberal, 13 May 1965 
Newspapers    ...€˜IDL UL Upclauuu As “.0 pmfismn has been for the three months was $28,- made m the 1965 rates for 553.17 with gross revenue of the payment of such gar- 525575.14. bage couecm‘f“ comm" de‘ Forty-five thousand, two hun- cided to confide" the ma" lred and thirty-three revenue t...
The Liberal, 20 May 1965 
Newspapers    ....55, including $42.85 for county, $98.20 for‘ high school $101.00 for element- ary school and $119.50 for the town. Residential owners, who are separate school supporters, on $5.000 assessment will pay‘ $328.75 in 1965. This total inn eludes $42.85 county, $88.40 high school, $90.90 for element- ary school...
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