Dawn-Euphemia’s Bill Bilton resigns

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 provincially mandated consolidation that could create a much regional health unit. “It’s reasonable to assume the boundaries will change,” says Bailey in light of a provincial directive to reduce public health authorities in Ontario from… Read more »

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 letter to council, and with great regret, council accepted his resignation at the end of 2019. A lifetime resident of Dawn Euphemia, Williams spent 28 years on the department, 12 of them as chief. He… 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 that will only happen if Premier Doug Ford gets on board. Schreiner was in Lambton Monday, stopping to visit Alton Farm Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming, as he tours the province talking about how improving the… Read more »