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11th hour stop-work order too late for VPS’s 1895 school Order issued Tuesday morning, demo started Monday afternoon By Mike Williscraft NewsNow If a stop-work order was in the cards, it should have been played much earlier in the hand. That would be one way to interpret comments by District School Board of Niagara communications officer Brett Sweeney after an injunction halting work at the site for 10 days was

issued in Ontario Superior Court Tuesday morning. The problem for Brett House, spokeman for Friends of Vineland Public School, demolition work on the original 1895 began the previous afternoon. “I would suggest that if Mr. House was concerned, at the conclusion of the ARC in 2013, See VPS, Page 2

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Construction workers survey the Vineland Public School site last week. A stop-work order was issued a day after this inital demolition was done. The stop-work applies only to the original 1895 portion of Vineland Public School. A hearing is set for this Friday, July 17. Grant - Photo

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow A meeting early Tuesday morning hosted by Grimsby Farmers Market’s steering committee brought about some positive results, say some downtown business operators. Several downtown merchants have voiced concerns about the effect which the set up of the highly successful market’s vendors has on their businesses on the south side of Main Street. Foot traffic being blocked from the sidewalk for long stretches, plus the assortment of vehicles brought in by vendors create the barrier, they said. See MARKET, Page 3


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ensure Vineland’s heritage is protected and the needs of its students are met ontime and on-budget,” House said. Sweeney said the contractor was following a set timeline with the demolition work, noting the site was turned over to the contractor on June 24. For the DSBN, at this point, its focus is on the school start day. “Our main concern is the best interests of the 500 students and having them in the school from Day 1. That is what we are working towards,” said Sweeney. The court hearing on the matter is set for this Friday morning, July 17, in St. Catharines.

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two years ago, would have been better if he was going to go this route,” said Sweeney. House noted the DSBN was informed Monday morning, July 6, that legal proceedings were being initiated. At the end of that day, about 5:45 p.m., House claimed, the initial demolition work was done on the northwest corner of the original school house. Despite the damage, House says a win-win scenario still exits. “According to the DSBN’s own site plan, preservation of the school house would not impede the completion of the Twenty Valley Pub-

lic School, the stillongoing demolition of the 1910s, 1950s and 1970s additions to Vineland Public School, servicing the site, nor the preparation of the site’s new parking lot and driveways,” House said in an email to Newsow. “All that would be lost are the three parking spaces planned for the space where the school house now stands.” To achieve that, he said the next move is clear. “We urge the DSBN to seek immediate heritage designation of the 1895 school house, to repair the damage to the school house done on the evening of Monday 6 July, and to work collaboratively with the community to

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MARKET From Page 1 Tuesday’s meeting was set to review the issues and talk about solutions and that is exactly what was achieved, said Village Studio owner Bryan Macaulay. “It was a very positive meeting. It was great to have a feeling of working together,” said Macaulay. Much of the discussion focused around clearing vehicles off Main Street to create more space for pedestrians, develop a circular pattern for foot traffic and develop sightlines for the whole south side of the street. “If the vehicles are removed, it may be a perfect solution. The bottom line is that people need to have easy access to all the stores downtown,” said Macaulay. “I think Tony’s idea of removing the vehicles will do that,” he added of Tony Macri’s, owner of The Diner and Cibo Osteria, suggestion to clear vehicles away. Market manager Michelle Seaborn was also happy with the results of the discussion. “It was certainly time to bring all the players to the same ‘table’ and allow them to voice their opinions,” said Seaborn.

“There are some actions that can be taken immediately and will be. I will call a steering committee meeting on Thursday during the market to discuss the merchant viewpoints how we can make this happen.” “What was accomplished was a respect for the problems as seen by both sides; the vendors outlined why some solutions may not work, the merchants outlined what they would like to see, and in the end, I think we have a workable compromise.” Luca Vitali, owner of Casa Toscana, said he participates in several other markets and all have a no-vehicle policy. He said it has a very positive effect. David Dishke, owner of Grimsby Home Hardware, said access to the stores is paramount, but it may also make sense for the future to look at alterntives. Dishke said the proposal to remove vehicles has merit, but other steps may be needed. “When change is to take place it is important to crawl before you walk and walk before you run. I see that taking place here and that is a good thing,” Dishke said.

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THIS WEEK “ A Step Back in Time” presented at The Erland Lee Museum at 552 Ridge Road, Stoney Creek, Sat., July 18th from 10 am to 4 pm. Children’s activities, vendors, demonstrators and entertainment will depict daily life during the 1800’s to the 1900’s. Family rate is $15.00, adults are $5.00, seniors & school age children are $4.00 with pre-school children free. 905-662-2691 for more info. or www.fwio.on.ca/erland Massive Book Sale - Sat., July 18. Over 4000 titles. Great Lakes Christian High School, 4875 King St Beamsville, 8 AM - 3 PM. $5 per box. dwilliams@glchs.on.ca UPCOMING EVENTS Super Fun Fairytale Sat. August 1st at the Jordan Historical Museum (3800 Main St.) for Knights and Princesses 6 to 12. Come dressed as your favorite fairytale character! $11 per child. Please bring a lunch. 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Call 905-563-2799 ext 291. Register before July 29th. Movie Night. The Jordan Historical Museum presents A night a the Museum Fri. Aug. 14th at 6 pm. $5 for movie and popcorn. Register ahead Call 905-563-2799 ext 291. Spots will go fast. Looking for vendors at the West Lincoln Memorial Auxiliary Craft Show, Oct. 24th. Proceeds will go to WLMA to purchase an Echocardiogram & a Pulmonary Testing Machine, 905-945-2253, ext. 391 President’s Choice Cooking School in partnership with McNally House Hospice is hosting a 4-week free cooking class for young families who have experienced the death of a parent or a sibling. Wednesday Evenings from 6:308:30pm fort the month of August. Registration is required. If interested please contact Rachelle McGuire at 905-309-4013 ext. 33 Grimsby Wellwood Support Group At Trinity United Church, 100 Main St., W. The support group will run from 7-9 p.m. & is for people with any type of cancer & their family members & caregivers. Meetings every 2nd & 4th Tues. of the month. For more info. contact Lisa: lstoehr@ hotmail.com Or Maureen at moczero@gmail. com next meeting is Tues., Aug. 11th only. Will resume normal schedule in September.

GROUPS & CLUBS Book & Jigsaw Puzzles needed at Grimsby Seniors Centre, 18 Livingston Ave. Mon.-Fri. 9:30 – 4:00 pm. Volunteers also needed. Doreen 905-945-8312. Grimsby Public Library is presenting a free reading program for grades 2 to 6. Learn more on the web site: Grimsby/ca/library under the tab :KIDS. Or call 905-945-5142 Royal Canadian Legion Br. 393 Smithville BINGO will now be every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Starting Thursday May 14th. doors open at 5p.m.Everyone Welcome! Lincoln Seniors Club (formerly Beamsville) 55 and over, many events and activities for $10 / year membership fee. Exercises, choir, bridge, line dancing, carpet bowling, euchre and lots more. Call David 905-945-8212 Crokinole The Grimsby Seniors Centre is starting Casual Crokinole. Come out and enjoy the game that was invented in Ontario. Every Wednesday 3:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Bible Teaching Meetings Sundays beginning Feb. 8th, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm (Except Feb. 22nd @7pm) Grimsby Senoirs Citizens Center 18 Livingston Ave 647-383-7277. Everyone welcome. Line Dancing at the Grimsby Seniors Center (18 Livingston Ave, Grimsby) All are welcome! Guys, gals and young at heart! Friday mornings 9:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Friday evening 7:00 pm-9:00 pm Contact: Bee LeBlanc 905-383-1223 Nordic Walking group meets every Monday mornings 9 am at the Peach King Center in Grimsby poles for loan, instructions available. Free of charge. Contact Bruce 289-235-9192 Grimsby Knitting Club at Station 1 every Monday nights at 7 p.m. New and experienced knitters welcome! Grimsby Clock & Watch Club, meets the first Thursday every month at the Grimsby Senior’s Centre, 18 Livingston Ave. Next meeting 5th of Feb. 7:30 pm. Paul 905-945-5353 or Ben 905309-3255. Grimsby Auxiliary Marine Rescue Unit is looking for people who are interested in becoming Search and Rescue volunteers. If interested please email us at general@gamru.com

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Participants may have been rain-soaked, but golfers at Grimsby Mufflers & Brakes’ first tournament fundraiser for diabetes research made it a success generating more than $8,200. On hand for the presentation were (L to R) Simon Saulnier, Corine McGill, Shannon and Brandon Ostaszewicz and Terry Young of Canadian Diabetes Niagara Region.

Get out to those arena meetings Never can it be said we were never happy to see a full page taken by someone in Niagara This Week after the Township of West Lincoln has finally attempted to communicate with its taxpayers regarding public meetings regarding the proposed community centre project. It was never a concern that NewsNow would get an ad from the township. Why would they? It has been made clear on this page that West Lincoln Council has bungled its way through two major issues: downtown on-street parking, and the proposed community centre project. NewsNow is not the publication that focuses merely on the township youth programs and such. Millions of dollars and the municipality’s financial viability are at stake with the community centre project. Regardless of where the Town’s marketing dollars are spent, taxpayers can rest assured they will find what they need in NewsNow’s pages. Let’s just hope that people turn out and a proper course of action is achieved. M.W.

Great start, let’s keep it rolling When you’re dealing with a living, breathing thing like Grimsby Farmers Market nothing is easy. There is a ton of work that goes on behind the scenes and all people know who attend is what they see. Visitors either like it or don’t like it. From the outset, the Grimsby market has really taken off, establishing itself as one of the best in the province. All that is great, but that doesn’t mean it will stop evolving. Heck, as far as farmers’ markets goes, it is still a baby. It has been parked on Main Street once a week for a few years. It may stay, it may move at some point, but right now it has a home and efforts are turning to making it a comfortable spot for all involved. There has been a lot of unfortunate and in many cases simplistic comments which really has taken away from the core debate, which is alleviating issues relating to foot traffic having a path from the street to businesses front doors. When people pipe up and say, “Oh, you should hand out coupons,”...let’s just say that is not helpful. That is not to say that might not be a benefit, but it would do nothing to improve the disconnect – physical and visual – from south side businesses. It also does not help when one or two businesses owners say there is no problem because they don’t see a change in their traffic on a Thursday afternoon. There are business owners on the north side of the street, who have no

MIKE WILLISCRAFT obstruction of any kind who aren’t super excited about the market. If it remains on the street, it will never make all the merchants happy. The market people are happy there, and they should be, but every consideration needs to be made to the businesses in the core, and not just businesses on Main between Christie and Ontario because the entire core is impacted. Whether it be Village Inn Plaza’s private parking being used for Main Street traffic, the parking lot lane behind Giant Tiger and Teddy’s being used as a thoroughfare, and general traffic congestion as motorists negotiate around the road closure, the whole area feels an impact from the market. A meeting a couple of times a year like the one hosted by the market steering committee on Tuesday would be a great communication tool. The idea is for everyone to work together for the benefit of all. Now there are other issues with who is let into the market as a vendor and,

while very important, it is secondary to this core issue of the overall layout of the event and its impact on a host of businesses. The other peripheral issues also need to be addressed and would be well-served with a separate discussion in an open forum. There is no doubt, DIA businesses should have a priority that radiates out to Grimsby, West Niagara and elsewhere when it comes to vendor space at the market. If the market is parked in the core, that should not even be up for debate...in my humble opinion. But back to the matter at hand. The most important thing to come from the Tuesday meeting was the acknowledgement from all in attendance that having the market in the downtown core is a good thing. In an email to me after Michelle Seaborn noted that everyone “was willing to keep the market on Main Street”. The question actually asked at the meeting was, “does everyone here agree that keeping the market downtown is a good thing?” To which all agreed. A subtle issue at this point, but should the market need to move to one of the parking lots for any reason in the future, it would not be fair to say that all the businesses said Main Street was A OK with them. Bottom line: a good meeting, positive movement, solid discussion. Let’s keep it rollling. Keep communication open make the downtown bigger, better and more successful than ever.



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