Council Accepts Offer to Purchase 8 Industrial Lots

January 11, 2012/Espanola, Ontario

Town of Espanola Accepts an Offer to Purchase 8 Industrial Lots

Council for the Town of Espanola has accepted an offer to purchase 8 industrial lots in the Light Industrial Park on Panache Lake Road.  "The closing date is set for March 31, 2012.  The Corporation of the Town of Espanola looks forward to the start of construction in the spring by Helios Storage Solutions.  They plan to develop several projects over the next few years.  We welcome Helios to Espanola and to the Industrial Park." says Mayor Mike Lehoux.

Town Hires New Community Economic Development Officer

January 11, 2012 Espanola, Ontario

Community Economic Development Officer

We would like to welcome Colin Wilson to the Corporation of the Town of Espanola.  Colin has accepted the position of Community Economic Development Officer.

Town's Newly Launched Website Up and Running

December 16, 2011

The Town of Espanola's newly launched website is up and running.

Town Designates an Accessibility Park

December 14, 2011

Town Designates An Accessibility Park

The Town of Espanola has designated the Algoma Street Park for development as an Accessibility Park to commemorate the Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary.

Community In Motion Funding Increases Accessibility

Wednesday, November 23, 2011/Espanola, Ontario

Accessibility is at the forefront in the delivery of the Community In Motion Free classes and programs offered at the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. "The grant money from the Province of Ontario is being put to good use to remove financial and physical barriers to being active and healthy," says Dianne Polden, Manager of Espanola Leisure Services.  "In addition, to offering free community classes and programs specific for youth & the 55+ market, we received funding to purchase a new mobile aquatic chair to augment the accessibility of our salt water pool."

Volunteers Deck the Boughs

Wednesday November 16, 2011

A volunteer contingent from the Espanola Horticulture Society decked the boughs with balls and bows as part of the annual winter hanging basket initiative.

Twelve volunteers laboured for a collective contribution of approximately 60 hours of volunteer work. Cynthia Townsend, CAO for The Town of Espanola recognizes the beautification value of the hanging basket initiative.  "Without such diligent and caring volunteers small municipalities such as ours would not necessarily have the resources to make such projects possible.  Though volunteer generosity and commitment is not easily measured it's useful to assign a monetary value to those contributions. The hours of work to prepare the baskets could be costed out at well over a thousand dollars."

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