Len­noxville Town News

Stanstead Journal - - FORUM - Vic­to­ria Vanier, Sher­brooke, Len­noxville

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.

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