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Jim Abernethy
by Jim Abernethy, Editor

The Municipality of Clarington is rich in heritage, historical anecdotes and interesting family trees.

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SCROLL DOWN (to the bottom of this page) SEE THE LIST OF REPORTS REFERENCED IN THE SEPTEMBER EDITION ARTICLE CONCERNING THE EXPANSION OF EP  ZONED LANDS IN CLARINGTON. THEN CLICK ON THE REPORT YOU WISH TO READ. Note: scroll down on this page to click on the link to the Audio Tape of the October 3, 2016 Council Meeting in which Council debated and voted to NOT inform the more than 6,000 property owners adversely affected by the expansion of the EP designated lands in Clarington.  

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Each edition of the ClaringtonPromoter.ca contains information and tips about our homes and community, including:

  1. Our historical and illustrious past.
  2. Managing a small business.
  3. Benefits of living in an agricultural community.
  4. Cooking and gardening.
  5. Clarington housing market and home ownership.
  6. Home repairs, renovations, property taxes and assessment.  

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Jim Abernethy, Publisher & Editor.