Showing their superlative support of a brewery and bottling plant on the Little Donkey/Octane site, the council met in a special noon session today to rezone the property from C-4 (commercial) to M-1 (light-manufacturing). 643 more words
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After passing a hard-won and temporary reprieve of transit cuts, the council failed to deliver on a controversial brewery rezoning case–also temporary. When Michael Hallman voted no to an expedited passage of Joe Pilleteri’s proposed brew pub, council members showed their displeasure by scheduling a mid-afternoon meeting this Thursday to finish the deal. 1,335 more words
A potentially complicated and contentious brewery and bottling operation took another step toward final approval, to the relief of a zoning official; a new member was added to the board for Ward 2, replacing Trey Schaeffer, and a member recused himself on a house demolition/rebuild case on Hambaugh. 867 more words
Police have charged a City of Windsor garbage truck driver after he allegedly struck an elderly woman crossing the street.
The accident happened around 11:15 a.m. 112 more words