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He was a courageous man who was challenged by cancer for several years but with the support of his loving partner, gave it his “all” and had some memorable years. Jean Tweddle, age 87, passed away on March 11, 2018 in hospital at the Biggar & District Health Centre, Biggar, SK.
Bill was born on May 27, 1931 in Tuberose, SK, the youngest of four children to Maude (nee Langston) and William D. Jean is survived by son Gary (Corinne), Kelsey (Don) and Bailey; daughter Kathy Leeb (Mark), Erin (Devin), Amy (Joe); daughter Linda Lewis (Craig), Jennafer (Stephen), Mark (Carla), Jordan; daughter Leigh Anne Scott (Mike), Kalene (Devin), Mathew, Chad, Sydney; daughter Ardis Hufnagel (Eric), Katy, Margot, Annika and Nathan, as well as 12...
Mc Donald's had hoped to create more than 65 full and part-time jobs with the new restaurant next to Tesco at the junction of Station Road and Ashgate Road - but was refused permission by members of the council's planning committee, despite planning officers recommending it be approved.
A spokeswoman for the council said at the time of the refusal that the committee refused planning "due to concerns about potential health and amenity issues in the vicinity of the area, in particular the potential for noise, anti-social behaviour, odour and litter."However, as the councillors voted against the officers' recommendation, it opened the doors for Mc Donald's to appeal the decision and claim costs.
Wally attended Eagle Crest School until his family moved to Saskatoon where he completed high school at Nutana Collegiate. Gladys Crawley (neé Lake) passed away on May 15, 2018 at Rose Villa in Rosetown, SK.
She was predeceased by husband Wallace in 2002, infant son Gary in 1966, son-in-law Jamie Fowlie in 2016 and her parents William and Ada Lake.
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Coun Zadrozny also claimed the council's planning department is "failing".He said: "Our planning department is failing in a number of ways - it is on the cusp of being taken over by the government at the moment."We have lost so many appeals that if it reaches 10 per cent of appeals lost, the government take it into special measures - we are at 9.8 per cent." Coun Zadrozny said he is going to look into the problem "straight away" after being elected leader last night, after a vote of no confidence in the previous leader, Labour's Coun Cheryl Butler.He said: "They don't think about transport - there is no current plan to extend the tram, we are already the biggest distinct in Nottinghamshire with the highest population."We have a lot of new and inexperienced planners, so I think this is a training issue.