Lennoxville Town News
Three residents attended the Borough of Lennoxville’s last council meeting on April 22nd. Resident Karl Hunting asked for an update concerning the file of 153 Queen Street, the empty lot where the old Korvette store was located. A court ruling on March 28th was in favour of the vacant lot’s owner, Michel Rouleau. Mr. Hunting was told by Borough president David Price that Sherbrooke will appeal the decision at the Superior Court. Mr. Hunting also asked if the demolition of buildings located at 152 Queen Street would take place before June 8th and was told that the demolition was not expected before that date.
The Borough Council authorized financial assistance for the Lennoxville Rifle Club in the amount of $1,502. The Council also passed a resolution to recommend to the Toponymy Committee that
the bridge on College Street be named “Pont Bishop’s Bridge”.
Councillor Mark McLaughlin thanked the between 100 and 125 volunteers, particularly the Bishop’s University and Bishop’s College School students, who took part in the town’s annual community clean-up.