City remembers Si Miller, former director
BREACH A 16-year-old Cornwall youth was arrested on February 25 and charged with breaching her probation order and recognizance for not abiding by house rules and failing to keep the peace. She was taken into custody, charged ac- cordingly and held for a bail hearing. Her name was not released as per the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. A 35-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on February 25 for breaching his conditional sentence order. He was taken into custody and held for a bail hearing. His name was not released as the matter stems from a domestic inci- dent and may identify the victim. Kyle Shaver, 27, of Morrisburg, was arrested on February 27 on the strength of a warrant. He was taken into custody and held for a bail hearing. Dustin Bedingfield, 24, of Cornwall, was arrested on February 26 and charged with breaching his probation order and conditional sentence order for having consumed alcohol, marihuana and failing to keep the peace. He was transported to police headquarters and held for a bail hearing. BREAK AND ENTER Crystal Square, 31, of Cornwall, was arrested on February 25 and charged with break and enter. During their investigation, police took the woman into custody, charged her accordingly and later released her to appear in court on March 25. ASSAULT, ASSAULTWITH AWEAPON, INTIMIDATION, BREACH A 29-year-old Inkerman man was arrested on February 26 and charged with assault, assault with a weapon, intimidation and breach of probation for hav- ing consumed alcohol and failing to keep the peace. His name was not re- leased as it might identify the victim in the matter. WARRANT A 35-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on February 26 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that a probation warrant had been issued for the arrest of the man for having breached his conditional sentence. His name was not released as the warrant stems from a domestic matter and might identify the victim in the incident. Marcel Delorme, 49, of Cornwall, was arrested on February 26 on the strength of a warrant. He was taken into custody and later released with a court date of April 3. Kimberly Laird, 33 of Cornwall was arrested on February 27 on the strength of a warrant. She was taken into custody and later released to attend court on April 1.
ognized by the Cornwall Lions’ Club with the Jacques Richard Trophy in 1971 and he was named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rota- ry Foundation for distinguished community service. He was inducted into the Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame in 1975. In 1994, the City of Cornwall renamed the venerable Water Street Arena in his honour. One of Cornwall’s favourite gathering plac- es, the Si Miller Arena was built in 1936 and became the home of many great hockey teams over the years, including the Corn- wall Royals between 1969 and 1976. Mr. Miller is survived by his wife Joan, three children, Jane Gillis, Mark Miller and Patti Lewis-Hoey, and several grandchil- dren. City flags at municipal facilities have been lowered in Mr. Miller’s honour. Residents are also encouraged to visit the tribute to Mr. Miller near the main entrance of the Benson Centre.
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CORNWALL | The City of Cornwall is mourning the loss of one of the commu- nity’s great sports ambassadors. Si Miller, the former director of Parks and Recre- ation with the City of Cornwall, passed away on Saturday. He was 84. “He was a mentor to me and to many other people,” said Christine Lefebvre, the current Division Manager of Parks and Rec- reation, who worked alongside Mr. Miller prior to his retirement. “He played a big part in developing the parks and recreation sys- tem in Cornwall that we all know and enjoy today.” Some of the many accomplishments that were achieved under Miller’s tenure include the development of Guindon Park, Marina 200 and Cornwall’s popular recreational path. He also brokered partnerships with local service clubs to develop the Opti- mist and Legion parks and the Lion’s Club Bandshell in Lamoureux Park, among other things. An avid hockey, lacrosse, softball and baseball player, Mr. Miller served as the City’s Parks and Recreation Director from 1963 until his retirement in 1994. His devotion to sports and the com- munity extended well beyond his job. Mr. Miller actively participated in Cornwall’s mi- nor hockey program, coaching teams from Atom to Juvenile and taking on the role of Director. He also served as Director and President of the Ottawa District Hockey As- sociation, as well as a Director of the Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Association. Mr. Miller’s contribution to sport was rec-
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with Cornwall and Akwesasne acknowledge and agree that the negotiations are preliminary in nature and that discussions between Cornwall and Akwesasne will be needed prior to the execution of any
the City, through its legal counsel, made a request for a copy of the lease agreement between Transport Canada and Trillium Distribution Cornwall Inc. for the storage tanks development site in the harbour
jurisdiction over federally-owned lands. A hearing for this matter has been set for March 21 and the City intends to defend against the application. Trillium Distribution Cornwall Inc. has launched an appeal of the Interim Control Bylaw to the Ontario Municipal Board. A hearing date for that matter has yet to be scheduled. On February 18, the City issued orders to comply and stop work orders at the storage tanks site to prevent further work from proceeding and to have the owner and contractor comply with the Interim Control Bylaw. These orders have not been followed and as a result, the City is presently considering further action.
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CORNWALL | City Council has agreed to file a joint letter of intent along with the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne to begin negotiations with Transport Canada on the divestiture of the Port of Cornwall. The move, which was approved during the regular City Council meeting on February 24, represents the first step in a process that is outlined in Canada’s National Marine Policy that provides for the transfer of local ports to local entities. This matter deals with the entire port district, including the harbour and the storage tanks development site. In filing the joint letter of intent, officials
transfer agreement for the Port of Cornwall. Any party could choose to end the negotiations at any time. A meeting is scheduled for later this week between the City,
area of Cornwall. This request was made through the federal Access to Information Act. The City has yet to receive the requested documentation. Trillium Distri-
The move, which was approved during the regular City Council meeting on February 24, represents the first step in a process that is outlined in Canada’s National Marine Policy
the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and Transport Canada to discuss the divestiture process. Ina separatebut relatedmatter, inJanuary,
bution Cornwall Inc. has filed an application in Ontario Superior Court to have the City’s Interim Control Bylaw overturned on the grounds that the City does not have
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