Conservation plan ‘red flags’ Dear Editor, On our current trajectory, what will the Town of Saint-Lazare look like in five years, 10 years, 20 years? Will it reflect the expectations that we had when we moved here?
Mayor Robert Grimaudo has proposed a detailed map, clearly identifying all of the areas in Saint-Lazare that can be developed, in his upcoming budget. If adopted, this will help residents to reach out to council proactively when they see their beloved green spaces
Development moratorium Dear Editor, We should praise the five new councillors of Saint-Lazare for implementing a moratorium on residential development, which will hopefully create a responsible and sustainable development plan for the future.
Between 2013 and 2017 the previous administration approved residential developments at Cité des papillons, Cité des Champs, Place du Parc, Place Moïse Therrien, Domaine des Forestier, Place Verde, and Project du Fief.
The moratorium on
It takes a village... Dear Editor, Our village has done it again. Thank you for your tremendous support shown last week at the annual Hudson Fireman's Christmas Basket Auction. Thank you to the merchants, local businesses and friends for your generous donations... thank you to all of you who came and spent generously and thank you to all the Royal Lepage Village brokers and staff who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make it all happen. The money raised will enable the
PHOTO BY CEALY TETLEY Estella Willis with ‘Hand in my Pocket’ and sister Sofia Willis (below) both qualified in their respective events this past equestrian event season. Hudson residents Estella and Sofia Willis enjoyed a very successful summer in their regional, provincial and national competitions. Both riders train with Chris Gahan and Michele Gauthier of CMG Equestrian at Hodgson Stables in Saint-Lazare. They both train year round with competitions in the summer. Sofia c