Now more than ever, our Region needs proven leaders. We are at a critical turning point in Niagara. We have the opportunity to reset our Regional Council and restore the reputation of the Niagara Peninsula that has been tarnished by scandals and controversies at the Region and NPCA. In order to do this, we require […]
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MEDIA RELEASE September 29, 2018 Augustyn Proposes Citizens First for NPCA Board Appointments Lauds Auditor General for Extensive NPCA Report and Recommendations Niagara Peninsula, ON – Based on an investigation and report by Bonnie Lysyk, Auditor General of Ontario, regarding the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA), Mayor Dave Augustyn has put forward a motion to […]
When Dave first became Mayor in 2006, the 450 acres of land in “East Fonthill” were stuck in planning limbo. Dave focused on working with Town Council, the Region, land-owners, business-owners, and residents to complete the planning process and shape our community. Added in 2000, Developing Now: When it added 450 acres to the Town’s […]
In light of the Ontario Government’s unexpected and anti-democratic announcement a week-and-a-half ago to cancel the Niagara Chair election this Fall, I filed my nomination in Pelham to become a Regional Councillor. I hope to win a seat on Council and to work together with other Councillors, residents and businesses across the peninsula to fix […]
Files Ombudsman complaint and will demand answers at Council tonight Based on an investigation and report by St. Catharines Standard reporters today, Mayor Dave Augustyn has filed a complaint asking the Ontario Ombudsman to investigate the 2016 hiring of current CAO and intends to ask questions of the current Chair during tonight’s Council meeting. He […]
Longest-Serving Pelham Mayor promotes Integrity, Prosperity and Compassion Dave Augustyn, Mayor of Pelham for the last 12 years, officially filed his papers today to serve as the Niagara Region’s first directly-elected Chair. “I am humbled by the hundreds of people that have encouraged me to run for Chair for a better Region,” said Augustyn. “I appreciate working […]