City and LCHS to begin contract renewal talks
A busy night around the council table in St. Catharines.
Councillors voting to begin negotiating a new one year contract with the Lincoln County Humane Society.
The contract will keep the LCHS on a tight leash, one of the provisions would see the city stop funding euthanization in favour of spending money on rehoming cats brought to the shelter.
And a motion to ban right turns from the new Third Avenue interchange off the 406 was taken off the table.
Councillor Mark Elliott took it off the table saying he will wait to see how the region handles the issue after it wraps up its public consultations on the plan.
Residents living near the new hospital fear extra traffic will end up dumping into their neighbourhoods.