Brockton council holds moment of silence for paramedic

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BROCKTON – Council held a moment of silence during the Aug. 24 meeting in honour of Bruce County Paramedic Brayden Berberich, 28, killed in a single-vehicle collision on Aug. 15 on Side Road 5.

Coun. James Lang told council many first responders were present for the funeral.

Municipality enters into site plan agreement

The municipality has entered into a site plan control agreement with Bill Clancy, president of Walker West Estates, for the building and development of two rows of dwellings consisting of 13 units.

Comments from Fire Chief Chris Wells were included in the agreement.

No parking on part of Lake Rosalind Road 1

Council approved the staff recommendation to bring forward a bylaw regarding parking restrictions along Lake Rosalind.

The bylaw would prohibit parking on the west side of Lake Rosalind Road 1 from Lake Rosalind Road 2 to Lake Rosalind Road 6.

The narrow road is unsuitable for parking on both sides, especially in winter.

Elections Canada to use Cargill and Walkerton community centres as polling locations

Elections Canada has once again requested use of the Cargill Community Centre and Walkerton Community Centre as polling locations for the federal election on Sept. 20.

Both locations can accommodate a large number of people, and the Cargill site has a fully- accessible entranceway and washrooms.

The Walkerton site is close to downtown.

Pauline Kerr, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Walkerton Herald Times

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