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Traffic stop catch Just before midnight Aug. 13, an OPP patrol intercepted a 2011 white Honda Civic on Main Street in Hawkesbury. Maxime Lacelle, 20, of Hawkesbury is
Hawkesbury OPP were doing a Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (R.I.D.E.) checkstop after midnight on Aug. 12 near the entry onto the Long Sault Bridge across the Ottawa River in Hawkesbury. They noticed a motorcycle rider make a U-turn while approaching the checkstop. The blue 2003 Harley-Davidson motor- cycle passed through a red light at the in- tersection of John Street and Main Street. Police intercepted the rider several hundred metres away from the intersection. Daniel Constant, 57, of Hawkesbury is charged with impaired driving, driving with a blood-alcohol content exceeding 80 mil- ligrams, dangerous driving and with failure to stop at a red stop light. His bike was impounded for seven days and his licence suspended on-site for 90 days. He is scheduled for the Sept. 21 provincial court session in L’Orignal. Vehicle accident An afternoon accident on Aug. 12 resulted in a charge of refusal to provide a breath
sample against Heather MacDonald, 65, of Essex. Police were called to a report of a vehicle going into the ditch on County Road 22, just south of the St-Isidore Road in The Nation Municipality. They found MacDon-
Last monthOPP had several impaired driv- ing situations to deal with in the Prescott- Russell region.
ald and her 2015 Chrys- ler 200 in the ditch after she had lost control of the car. She was not in- jured. After talking to Mac- Donald, police suspect- ed she might be im- paired but she refused to provide a sample for the roadside breath screen. She was then charged with refusal to provide a breath sample, her car was impounded for sev-
charged with driving with a blood-alcohol content ex- ceeding 80milligrams and also possession of mari- juana less than 30 grams in amount. His car was impounded for seven days, his driver’s licence suspended for 90 days, and he is scheduled for provincial court in L’Orignal in September. Impaired charges Marc-André Proulx, 21, of Grenville, QC, is charged
Hawkesbury OPP were doing a Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (R.I.D.E.) checkstop after midnight on Aug. 12 near the entry onto the Long Sault Bridge across the Ottawa River in Hawkesbury. They noticed a motorcycle rider make a U-turn while approaching the checkstop.
Social service funds The United Counties of Prescott-Russell coun- cil (UCPR) had some good news to read in a letter from the provincial housing ministry. The ministry has extra money to provide mu- nicipalities for their social housing programs during the next couple of years through the Investment in Affordable Housing program (IAH), a joint venture between the provincial and federal governments.The UCPR will receive a total of $2,436,800 in extra IAH funds for its social housing service needs for the 2016- 2017 and 2017-2018 fiscal periods.The extra funding is divided between the IAH Seniors and the Social Housing Improvement Program (SHIP) categories. – Gregg Chamberlain
Forest watch patrol The United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR) council approved a resolution to designate two bylaw enforcement peace officers from The Nation Municipality, as municipal law enforcement officers operating for the counties within the Larose Forest. Yves Roy and Kyle Templeton are responsible for enforcing bylaws and municipal regulations involving county lands and property within the community forest. – Gregg Chamberlain en days and her driver’s licence suspended on-site for 90 days. She is scheduled for the Sept. 14 provincial court session in L’Orignal.
with driving with a blood-alcohol content exceeding 80 milligrams following police investigation Aug. 18 of an incident onMain Street inHawkesbury involving a 2013 Hyun- dai Veloster. Police have also charged Stephanie Ne- meth, 25, of Orléans with the same charge following an Aug. 20 incident involving a black 2014 Honda Civic intercepted on Pearl Road in Champlain Township. In both cases the drivers had their vehi- cles impounded for seven days, their licences suspended on-site for 90 days, and they are scheduled for provincial court in L’Orignal in September.
Alfred-Plantagenet se prépare à fêter le 150 e du Canada Le Canada aura 150 ans l’an prochain et le conseil municipal d’Alfred-Plantagenet s’y prépare déjà. Le Conseil a approuvé une résolution visant à obtenir une subvention du programme Ontario 150, afin d’aider à couvrir le coût de la planification et de la célébration d’une méga-fête du Canada pour le 150 e anniversaire, sur le site de l’ancienne école élémentaire de Lefaivre. Le but est de planifier un événement gigantesque auquel les résidents de partout à travers la région pourront participer, le 1 er juillet 2017, plutôt que de petits événements dans chacun des villages. – Gregg Chamberlain
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