Dawn-Euphemia’s Bill Bilton resigns

Bill Bilton is sworn into office in December with the rest of Dawn-Euphemia Council. Bilton has been on sick leave for the past four and a half months and tendered his resignation Monday.

One of Lambton County’s longest serving politicians has retired. Bill Bilton submitted his resignation letter to Dawn-Euphemia council Monday. The councillor has been off on sick leave for the past four-and-a-half months. Bilton was first elected in Nov. 1982 as a councillor in Euphemia Township. He was the deputy reeve and then the reeve before …Read More

Bailey urges Lambton to merge with CK public health

Sarnia-Lambton MPP Bob Bailey is urging local public health leaders to consider a merger with Chatham-Kent rather than risk a ...
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Fire Chief Williams to retire at the end of 2019

Dave Williams has surpassed his goal as being Dawn Euphemia’s Fire Chief for a decade. Williams sent in his resignation …Read More

Lambton business could benefit from green economy says Schreiner

Ontario’s Green Party leader says Lambton could be a big economic winner in the green economy. But Mike Schreiner says …Read More