Merrickville-Wolford defers expenditures to pass budget with no tax increase

Merrickville-Wolford council passed their 2021 budget at the last council meeting at a 0% tax increase. The draft budget overview which was made available to...

Council receives draft budget at 0% tax increase

Merrickville-Wolford council received a preliminary draft budget last week at a 0% tax increase. CAO Doug Robertson told council that staff have been particularly focused...

Residents frustrated over municipality’s treatment of advisory committees

Residents of Merrickville-Wolford are concerned about how long it is taking for municipal council and staff to reinstate the municipality’s advisory committees. At an...

Merrickville library partners with community to promote growing local food

Sustainable Merrickville-Wolford has partnered with the Merrickville Public Library to bring a seed library to the community. Librarian Mary-Kate Laphen says Sustainable Merrickville-Wolford first approached...

Council receives petition to expand recycling in Village

Merrickville-Wolford council received a petition at their council meeting on February 22, asking them to look into expanding recycling services in the municipality. The...

Council donates $4500 to Merrickville Emergency Food Cupboard

Merrickville-Wolford Council made a significant donation to the Merrickville Emergency Food Cupboard last week to help those struggling with food insecurity in the community....

Couple saves woman in lock

A life was saved in Merrickville last week, thanks to a couple from Ottawa who just happened to be in the right place at...
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Mayor Struthers reflects on 2020 and looks forward to new year

As we head into a new year, the Times sat down with Mayor Doug Struthers to discuss the past year, and his hopes for...

Local veteran receives national honour for volunteerism

A Merrickville-Wolford veteran has been honoured for his service to the community with the Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation. Randall (Randy) Stowell joined the...
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Deputy Mayor urges council to “take the reins”

Deputy Mayor Michael Cameron would like to see Merrickville-Wolford council take a more active role in shaping the future of the municipality. In an...