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December 3: Downtown Fenelon Falls to get a major face lift
Publication
Lindsay Advocate (Lindsay, Ontario), 3 Dec 2020
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Description
Creator
Winter, Kirk, Reporter
Media Type
Text
Newspaper
Item Type
Articles
Description
Downtown Fenelon Falls was the main beneficiary in the decision by council not to refund taxpayers the 2019 budget surplus of nearly $3 million. The money was instead put in capital reserves to be spent on pandemic recovery, and spent on a major structural and cosmetic facelift of downtown Fenelon Falls.
Publisher
Roderick Benns
Place of Publication
Lindsay, ON
Date of Original
3 Dec 2020
Date Of Event
1 Dec 2020
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Elmslie, Doug, Councillor ; Letham, Andy, Mayor ; Seymour-Fagan, Kathleen, Councillor
Language of Item
English
Copyright Statement
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December 3: Downtown Fenelon Falls to get a major face lift


Downtown Fenelon Falls was the main beneficiary in the decision by council not to refund taxpayers the 2019 budget surplus of nearly $3 million. The money was instead put in capital reserves to be spent on pandemic recovery, and spent on a major structural and cosmetic facelift of downtown Fenelon Falls.