Espanola Runners Compete in Local Community Event
Wednesday, 24 July 2013
Espanola Mayor and Council congratulate the municipality of Sables Spanish River and the volunteer organizers of the 37th Annual Friendly Massey Marathon. The 10km run, half marathon and marathon attracted over 200 runners to our region and served as a qualifier for the Boston Marathon.
Espanola Represented by Active Warriors
Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Espanola was well represented by dozens of active warriors who were prepared to climb hills, scale walls and slop through mud at the annual Warrior Dash held in Horseshoe Valley this past weekend.
Espanola Scores NOJHL Team
June 26, 2013
Espanola Scores NOJHL Team
Espanola Town Council has sealed an agreement with Tim Clayden, a Governor in the NOJHL and franchise owner of the new NOJHL team. The new Espanola team will launch their community presence by hosting a youth hockey school in Espanola in August, followed by tryouts and training camp for the 2013-2014 season.
Espanola Strategic Plan 2013
June 14, 2013
Espanola Strategic Plan 2013: A safe, healthy community in which to live, work and thrive.
On May 28, 2013, the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Espanola formally adopted the Strategic Plan 2013.
Based upon a community consultation process with residents, businesses, community and regional partners, the Strategic Plan consists of a number of initiatives or action items grouped into four priorities; environmental, economic and social sustainability and excellence in governance. Action in these four areas will enable the Town to realize its vision for the future.
Regarding Community Economic Development...
May 27, 2013/Espanola, ON
Mayor and Council are pleased to announce that Cheryl Kennelly will assume added responsibilities in key areas of Community Economic Development for the Town of Espanola. Cheryl’s current role of Program Manager of Leisure Services will be expanded to include identified economic development priority functions and projects.
Message from the Clerk Treasurer/Administrator
I am often asked why the Town does not respond to the many items being written on various forms of social media, letters to the editor, etc. The answer is simply that Administration does not feel that this would be a wise use of taxpayers’ funds.
Administration will always respond to requests received directly by our office, but to go seeking misinformation in an attempt to correct it would be endless. Much of what is written is based on individual opinions and everyone is entitled to have their opinion. That being said, I do wish to share some information so some of those opinions might be slightly more informed.