RE/MAX CORNWALL REALTY INC.
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE • INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED
649 Second St. East, Cornwall ON Office: 613 938-8100 www.REMAX-CORNWALL.ca
Cornwall • $224,500
Photo Greg Kielec
Here is your chance to own a completely finished condo located in Cornwall’s newest condo development. Gleaming hardwood and ceramic floors, walk-in closet and ensuite to master bedroom, media/den/office room with built-in Murphy bed. Underground parking, and insuite laundry facilities.
Cornwall chief administrative officer Paul Fitzpatrick, pictured in this file photo, will spend his remaining six months of his employment on vacation. City CAO Fitzpatrick on leave until 2013 retirement
Cornwall • $160,000
Desirable downtown location, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, underground parking and storage, elevator, security building. Across from Lamoureux park.
Rivette to be ambushed in a closed coun- cil session for speaking with the meeting. Rivette recently accused council of breach- ing the closed meeting rules again, despite an earlier pledge by Mayor Kilger to follow guidelines laid about by Fournier. Kilger said Cornwall is not alone in facing the challenge of replacing experienced se- nior staff. “The need to plan for succession in light of retirements and an overall aging work- force is something that every corporation in Canada is facing,” he said. The CAO is a critical liaison between council and the city staff who provide the day-to-day services to the community, he stressed. “It is important that we begin working now to ensure that we have a replacement for the CAO.” City planner Stephen Alexander has been appointed acting CAO during this transition period.He is currently the general manager of planning, parks and recreation. Alexander will perform the day-to-day responsibilities of the CAO position during this transitional period. Fitzpatrick will be taking unused vacation time and his management leave is part of a staged retirement process, according to the city. Fitzpatrick will continue to be avail- able to the city and will provide assistance on transitional and other issues that may arise, according to the city. One of the key objectives of the transitional process is the recruitment of a new CAO, according to the city. A ban on open air burning remains in ef- fect in the neighbouring municipalities of South Glengarry and South Stormont. Outdoor fires are permitted only between sunset and sunrise, must be kept small, must be supervised at all times by an adult, and must be extinguished when there is no supervision or when the fire is finished. Only clean, cured wood is to be used for burning.
Reina Leroux Sales representative Dir 613 551-1360
Cornwall’s embattled chief administrative officer will spent his remaining months with the city on vacation. Paul Fitzpatrick, who earned $183,000 as the city’s top employee last year, will be on “management leave” until his retirement on Jan. 31, 2013, according to a press release issued by the city. Mayor Bob Kilger announced in June that Fitzpatrick would retire after 28 years with the city of Cornwall, six of those as CAO. Council will be asked Aug. 13 to approve re- cruiting for Fitzpatrick’s replacement. Fitzpatrick is the highest ranking city of- ficial in an exodus that began with former Glen Stor Dun Lodge administrator Donna Derouchie last July. Since then, the city has fired human resources manager Robert Me- nagh and city clerk Denise Labelle-Gelinas has announced her impending retirement. Over the same time period, a council- lor – Leslie O’Shaughnessy – resigned over frustration with a lack of information from administration on key council decisions and the city lost a human rights decision in- volving a former employee and was found guilty of retaliating against another city em- ployee who had reported a case of abuse at Glen Stor Dun Lodge.. The city was also criticized earlier this year by closed-meeting investigator Stephen Fournier for allowing Councillor Andre The Cornwall Fire Department has lifted the ban on outdoor fires in the city. The outdoor fire ban was originally issued on July 16 due to extremely dry conditions. Residents still must obtain an open air burning permit from the fire department before having any outdoor fires on their property, according to city spokesman Kev- in Lajoie.
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Cornwall • $234,900
This 1,300 sq. ft., 3+1-bedroom home is move-in ready! Main floors are hardwood & ceramic with laminate & ceramic in the finished basement. Oversized double garage for your cars and your toys! All of this and more on an oversized lot in a well-established Cornwall neighbourhood. Must be seen!
Anne MacDonald Broker Dir 613 525-1130
Cornwall • $3,000/month
Cornwall • $304,900
Here’s some great commercial space in a very well maintained building with 2,777 sq. ft. It’s got lots of uses such as professional office, medical practice or services... Jacques will show you around anytime!!! 1302 SECOND ST. W.
Ready for move-in ready? Then this is the home for you! It’s got 4 bedrooms, large L-shaped living/ dining, huge family room and great basement which has just been refinished, it’s suited to great family living and entertaining. 1620 GRANT AVE., CORNWALL
Jacques Perreault Broker Dir 613 551-1793
Cornwall • $179,000
Extra large 3-bedroom with in-law suite. All above-ground, no basement. Large yard, lots of parking. Gas heat and 200 AMP. Attached garage. A must see ! 420 PATRICK • BRING US AN OFFER!
5-bedroom house with master bedroom & ensuite on the main floor. Large eat-in kitchen with island, hardwood floors on both floors and large garage. ST. RAPHAEL’S 20067 COUNTY RD. 18
Robert (Bob) Denis Sales representative Dir 613 551-2323
City burn ban lifted by fire department
North-end bungalow with extensive updates and renovations. Ready to move into! 1320 MARC ST., CORNWALL
Cornwall • $164,900
Bernadette Atchison Sales representative Dir 613 551-7579
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