Thorold Niagara News

Thursday, October 24, 2013

An active house

Canada?s first ?Active

3

House? has been built in Thorold?s Rolling Meadows subdivision

Feelin? the blues

Fire merger options back in

JEFF BLAY Thorold Niagara News

Hawks in third

The Thorold

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Blackhawks improve

to 10-4-1 with win, shootout loss this past weekend

? Community Care

thrift shop Thorold?s ?best kept secret?

get it

online

www.thoroldedition.ca

BROKER CELL: 905-246-3764 #1 DAVID STEPHEN Supplied Photo Blues guitarist Tommy Z performs live at Trinity United Hall in Thorold as part of the 12th annual Canal Bank Shuffle Blues Festival?s Western New York showcase this past weekend. The Shuffle took place across nine venues in Thorold over three days. 30 bands played 32 shows in the annual event that raises money for local charities through its proceeds. 31 YEARS FOR OVER 31 YEARS

INVESTOR/DEVELOPER WANTED!

9 McARTHUR LANE Duplex unit with a gross income of $17,100. Offers double garage, large lot (98.3 x 119.43) The building is approximately 1900 sq. ft. Low maintenance, vinyl sided exterior. Fantastic downtown opportunity. Corner exposure, Central Commercial Zoning. Possible townhouse development and/or student rental opportunity. $179,900

INVESTMENT PROPERTY

63 Pine St. S GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Investors wanted for this 7 bedroom home just minutes to Brock University. Features 2 full bathrooms, full high basement including a 22.0 x 12 ft. rec room, tons of storage space. Offers 1.5 car garage, dbl asphalt drive, forced air gas furnace, 100 amp service all on a 66 x 132 ft. fenced yard. Includes 2 fridges, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer. Located in the heart of Thorold. Close to shopping and all amenities. Steps away from bus route. R3 zoning. Excellent income potential! $149,900 Options involving a fire service merger between Thorold and St. Catharines will be presented to the public after all. Coun. Shawn Wilson asked city council Tuesday to put the merger options back on the table ? a week after most councillors voted in favour of eliminating them ? for public input in a pair of yet-to-be-planned meetings. ?It just seemed to me that we made a rash decision,? Wilson said. ?We?re having public meetings and we voted last meeting to limit what the public had access to, which just seemed odd to me on second thought.? The rest of council evidently felt the same ? the vote to reinstate the options was unanimous. Continued on Page 2

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