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Right only: Cameron traffic changes in store
That is the position taken by the town of
Harden Group is proceeding with phase
not want to impede the Canadian Tire
Hawkesbury which is directing Canadian
2 of its plaza.
Tire to foot the bill for a median that would
A Canadian Tire contribution would
Belle-Isle cautioned that without the
be the second such time that a private
median, town staff would recommend the
A radical change in traffic patterns at
the entrance to the store lot and Alexander
interest contributed to work on a public
rejection of the gas bar and dépanneur. The
the busy Cameron-County Road 17
street in the area.
proposal, submitted by Canadian Tire in
intersection will take place if Canadian
at the congested carrefour, notes town
Loblaw Properties Ltd. has contributed
Tire wants to proceed with the addition of
planner Manon Belle-Isle, relating that the
$75,000 to $275,000 in recent
and the united counties of Prescott-Russell.
a gas bar and dépanneur to its store site.
end result of the median would be that only
improvements on Cameron from Spence
The assessment concluded that the new
right turns would be permitted on that
Avenue to County Road 17.
businesses would obviously increase
section of Cameron.
The money was contributed under an
congestion in the already busy spot.
Other such measures may also be
agreement signed back in 2003 when the
“The only way we could accept such a
imposed on future developers as the town
company agreed to carry out a study to
project would be if the level of traffic is
anticipates more commercial ventures to
determine how the newYour Independent
adequate,” Belle-Isle said in a report to
following bite at
crop up in the “second downtown” that is
Grocer outlet would affect traffic in the
council Monday night.
being created on Cameron, Spence Avenue,
County Road 17 and Tupper Street.
This median would be the first of such
Canadian Tire is being asked to pay for
A 2008 traffic study called for the
corrective measures taken to improve the
a concrete divider that will prevent left
expansion of Cameron to four lanes, and
turns and block motorists who want to
the installation of a traffic light at
cross Cameron between the Canadian Tire
Alexander Siversky Street. However, that
other developers to finance such
and the McDonald’s restaurant entrances.
plan was shelved when the sale of the
infrastructure expenses as more businesses
An Île Perrot smoker has been charged
While agreeing the move is needed,
former Amoco plant property to a Toronto
arrive in the area, she advised.
after allegedly take a bite of aHawkesbury
Mayor René Berthiaume wondered if the
developer never panned out. Talk of
In addition to the Canadian Tire project,
restaurant employee Saturday night.
cost could not be shared by other businesses
another commercial development on the
to the west, McDonald’s is planning to
Nathalie Lirette, 34, will face charges of
in the area. At the same time he said he did
Amoco site is currently in the air.
expand its restaurant while to the east, the
resisting a peace officer and assault causing
bodily harmwhen she appears in L’Orignal
court March 14. She was arrested when
Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial Police
Constables Marc Lauzon and John Léger
ran across a situation in the Déjà Vu Bar
andGrill parking lot shortly after 2 a.m. The
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officers witnessed an employee of the Main
Street establishment evict a rowdy
intoxicated woman. The employee
informed the officers that the suspect had
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repeatedly hit himas hewas evicting her for
smoking inside the bar. As she was being
escorted out, the woman bit the employee
on the arm, the O.P.P. detachment reports.
When the officers stepped in to arrest the
woman, she resisted, struggling with the
officers, police say. The accusedwas lodged
in the cell block of the Hawkesbury
detachment where she allegedly threw
vomit at the officers.
In the week of February 6 to 13, the
Hawkesbury O.P.P. responded to 214
occurrences. Officers investigated seven
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There were no impaired driving-related
charges. Out of these 214 occurrences, 34
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Traffic stop yields drugs
February 11, shortly before 2 a.m.,
ConstableMarc Lauzon intercepted a green
1995 Toyota Avalon on John Street,
Hawkesbury. A passenger, Mireille
Ménard, 28, of Route du Canton in
Brownsburg-Chatham, was arrested and
charged with possession of “Speed.” She is
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scheduled to appear in court March 14 in
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Saturday at 9:25 a.m. Hawkesbury O.P.P.
officers were alerted about a pick-up truck
that was stuck on the Long Sault Bridge in
Hawkesbury. The truck had lost a wheel.
Officers came across a black 2005 Dodge
Ram truck in the northbound lane with two
occupants. Further investigation by
Constable Eddy Saardi resulted in Wayne
Baron, 40, of Stardale Road, Champlain
Township, being charged with failure to
comply with recognizance. The vehicle was
towed and the owner of the vehicle, Trevor
Marley, 41, Cercle Grenier, Grenville, was
charged with permitting the operation of
an unsafe vehicle and failure to have
February 11 police were alerted to a theft
of a snowmobile at aConcession 9 residence
in Curran. The theft would have occurred
sometime between 7 p.m. February 10 and
7:30 p.m. the next day. The snowmobile had
been left outside the previous day by the
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owner with the keys in the ignition.
Stolen was a white 2009 Polaris Dragon
model with an 800-c.c., four-stroke engine.
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