Proposed Bell mobile tower at New Life Church Milton

Town staff says no to cross-shaped cell tower

Ward 6 Councillor Mike Cluett confirmed yesterday that Town staff recommended against proceeding with the controversial cell phone tower at New Life Church. You know, the cross-shaped one you’ve undoubtedly heard about.

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Town of Milton Good Neighbours Day 2011

Milton Good Neighbours Day 2012

Want to help out a neighbour by doing a good deed? You’re invited to participate in Milton’s 20th Annual Good Neighbours Day on Saturday, May 5th, 2012. Teams of

Oakville Halton pumphouse design

More than meets the eye with new Halton pumphouses

With their high pitched roofs, stylish brick veneer exteriors and attractive landscaping, two new ‘houses’ in Halton Region would certainly be of interest to real estate marketers. Except that

Milton Mayor Gord Krantz

Local Matters with Mayor Krantz

TV Cogeco presents Local Matters. This week, host Mark Carr interviews Milton Mayor Gord Krantz on the subject of Milton's transit budget. SOURCE: TV

Milton Centre for the Arts exterior

Milton Centre for the Arts wins Award of Excellence

The Town of Milton’s newest facility, the Milton Centre for the Arts, has won an Award of Excellence from Parks and Recreation Ontario. The Excellence in Design Award was

Proposed Bell mobile tower at New Life Church Milton

Bell proposes cross-shaped cell tower for Milton

An application has been made by Altus Group Limited (on behalf of Bell Canada) to install a new cell tower in Milton in front of New Life Church

Tim Hortons Coffee

Tim Hortons coming to Thompson-Louis St. Laurent?

The Town of Milton is serviced relatively well by Tim Hortons franchises with a fairly even distribution throughout the town. However, for the almighty coffee and doughnut chain, there

New development new homes in Milton Ontario

Milton: Still Canada’s fastest growing city

Take a bow Milton, you’re Canada’s fastest growing city. The city on Toronto’s outskirts grew by a whopping 56.5 per cent to 84,362 residents between 2006 and 2011, according

Milton Main St. underpass under construction

Main St. underpass affecting abandoned industrial property

One of the largest road projects ever undertaken by the Town of Milton has also been the catalyst for the remediation of a brownfield site which will eventually

Velodrome Pan Am games

Milton in the running for Pan-Am velodrome

Milton is racing to bid for the permanent Pan Am indoor cycling facility turned down by Hamilton council. The council for the booming town of about 90,000 decided Monday

Milton Transit Bus

Milton Transit honoured by Transportation Association of Canada

The winner of TAC’s 2011 Sustainable Urban Transportation Award is the Corporation of the Town of Milton in recognition of their marketing program to encourage transit use in

Windrow removal program available this winter

This winter, the Town is offering the Windrow Removal Program in cooperation with Links2Care. The service will help remove windrows -- piles of snow left at the bottom

Jeffrey Siegel American pianist

Jeffrey Siegel’s Keyboard Conversations coming to Milton

Internationally acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Siegel briefly discusses and performs, in their entirety, the celebrated works of beloved classical composers, including the music of Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff and more.

New roads, new rules

You may have noticed the roundabout recently opened at the intersection of Tremaine Rd. and Main St. in west Milton. If you've driven on the QEW between between

Registration for Fall/Winter recreation programs

Registration starts for Fall and Winter general interest and active living/fitness/wellness programs on Monday, August 15, 2011. 6:00 a.m.: Online or by automated touch-tone phone or walk-in at the

Town of Milton approves open air burning by-law

Milton Council has approved a new by-law that regulates the burning of open-air fires, now allowing residents in both urban and rural areas of Milton to conduct open-air

Milton Makeover Morning 2011

Keep Milton clean and green by helping to pick up litter on streets, boulevards, parking lots, local parks, green spaces and woodlots. When: Friday April 15th, 10am-1pm Location: Town Hall

2011 Summer Camp Fair

The Town of Milton is hosting a Summer Camp Fair on Saturday, March 26th, 2011 at the Milton Sports Centre. Learn about Summer Camp program opportunities in the Milton

A Taste of Milton 2011

A community fundraiser to celebrate the diversity in Milton: come support your local restaurants and high school with their respect and tolerance initiatives. Sample the flavours of 25 Milton restaurants. Contact

Sixteen Mile Valley Creek Park Milton

Town of Milton intends to plant trees in Sixteen Mile creek valley

The Town of Milton is hosting an open house tonight (Wednesday March 9th) from 5 to 7.30 pm in the Town Hall foyer regarding the plans for tree

Canada Revenue Agency Small Business Seminar Series

Laurier Milton Lecture Series

The Laurier Milton Lecture Series continues with "The Role That Food Plays in People’s Religious Lives: Pictures and Stories From Across the World" on Wednesday March 9th from

Milton Fire Station #4

Milton Fire Station No. 4 opens its doors

Mayor Gord Krantz was on hand last Friday (February 25th, 2011) as the new Milton Fire Station No. 4 -- located on James Snow Parkway at Waldie (just

Milton Senior of the Year Award

Nominations invited for Milton’s Senior of the Year Award

Deadline for submissions: Friday, January 21, 2011 The Province of Ontario offers municipalities the opportunity to honour one outstanding senior from their community each year. To be nominated for

Canada's Economic Action Plan

Government of Canada invests in jobs in Milton

The Town of Milton today celebrated the completion of renovations to the historic 16 Hugh Lane building that will result in increased employment in Milton's downtown core. The Honourable

Milton Transit Bus

Make a Connection with Transit

Major changes to service were introduced on September 7th to help meet the needs of our growing community. Now, riders can benefit from: Enhanced transit coverage in existing areas Minimized

Milton Transit Bus

Milton Transit: Fall Fair Bus Schedule

Milton Transit has just announced Fall Fair-specific transit routes and schedules for the three days/nights that the Fair runs. As an added bonus, it will only cost you a

Milton Centre for the Arts has a major sponsor

A $2.2 million fundraising campaign to support the new Milton Centre for the Arts has been launched with the announcement of the first major corporate sponsor. Peter Gilgan, Founder

Milton, Halton H1N1 clinics set to re-open

From Healthzone.ca: Flu clinics are set to re-open as early as January 7th in Halton Region for those who need a second dose of H1N1 vaccine. The second round of

HDSB opens P.L. Robertson in Milton as a walking only school

// From the Halton District School Board: Community and municipal partners make "walking only" a possibility for newly built school The Halton District School Board will open one of its

Milton schools chosen for full-day kindergarten in 2010-11

// From the Halton District School Board: The Halton District School Board (HDSB) has announced the schools that will offer full-day junior and senior kindergarten in fall 2010. Among them

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