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Police ask for help on a murder file between Ottawa and Erin during the time between his last appearance and when his body was found is unknown. At the time of his death he was wearing a denimvest with Walt Disney Mickey Mouse characters on the back, along with a black leather jacket, a blue-and-white bandanna, a pair of glasses, and black Harley-Davidson-style boots. He was carrying a red duffel bag.
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 regulations involving county property within the forest. – Gregg Chamberlain The body of Frederick “John” Hatch was found near the Town of Erin last December, but the OPP think that maybe someone in the Ottawa or Five Counties regions may have information that could help close the case. The nine-month-old murder case be- gan on Dec. 17, 2015, when the body of the 65-year-old Hatch was found east of Tenth Line, off of Wellington Road 124, near Erin in Wellington County. But he was last seen the day before at a Dollar Tree Store in the Ottawa area. Hatch was known to often hitchhike to get around. Whether that was how he travelled
cember 16 to the evening of Dec. 17, 2015, can call the OPP toll-free at 1-888-310-1122 or the CrimeStoppers toll-free confidential tips line at 1-800-222-8477. Det-Insp. Andy Raffay of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch is the lead officer for the case. The OPP has also detailed an OPP black- and-white van with photos of Hatch and details of the investigation to travel among communities located between Erin and Ne- pean, to help publicize the case. It will later travel along Highway 7 among communities in the Central Ontario region.
The provincial government authorized a $50,000 reward on June 2 for information. Anyone whomay have seenHatch between Ottawa and Erin during the time from De-
Inauguration officielle Official opening
Ambulance funds boost United Counties of Prescott-Russell council (UCPR) got confirmation of an increase in the annual land ambulance services grant from the province. The UCPR will see its annual base funding grant boosted by $384,209 to $6,587,503. – Gregg Chamberlain
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L’OASIS OF THE RESIDENCE SIMON OF ROCKLAND YOU ARE KINDLY INVITED (still located at 845 St-Jean St.) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 st , 2016 FROM 1 P.M. TO 3:30 P.M. MANY OFFICIALS WILL BE PRESENT AT THE RIBBON CUTTING AS OF 2 P.M. We would be greatly honored by your presence Welcome to all and each of you!
LE JEUDI 1 er SEPTEMBRE 2016 DE 13H À 15H30 LA COUPE DU RUBAN SE FERA EN PRÉSENCE DE NOMBREUX DIGNITAIRES À COMTER DE 14H Nous serions grandement honorés de votre présence
Social service funds The United Counties of Prescott-Russell council (UCPR) had some good news to read in a letter from the provincial housing ministry. The ministry has extra money to provide municipalities 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 $2,436,800 in extra funds for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 fiscal periods.The funding is divided between the IAH Seniors and the Social Housing Improvement Program categories. – Gregg Chamberlain
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