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Georgina Council approves $15k expenditure for proposed West Park re-design

Tuesday Jul 19th, 2016

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~ Content via Georgina Advocate It will cost $15,000 right out of the gate to see if an estimated $7-million fix of the baseball diamonds at West Park in Keswick is an option. That is because most of the park is in a flood plain and includes wetlands that are both under the jurisdiction of the Lake Simcoe Conservartion Authority. Since extensive excavation, fill and drainage would be part of an overall full rebuild of the diamonds, which includes lighting and above-ground... [read more]

North Gwillimbury Forest Alliance asks region to amend town plan to protect wetland

Monday Jul 25th, 2016

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Content via Georgina Advocate   Saving Georgina’s protected wetlands from development is back on the public radar after the latest appeal from the North Gwillimbury Forest Alliance. It urged the public in an online appeal to contact members of York Region council asking them to prohibit development on the Paradise Beach-Island Grove provincially significant wetland in the North Gwillimbury Forest when they review the town’s recently passed official plan (OP). The... [read more]

July 2016: Geographic distribution of volume in Homes for sale in Georgina

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Interestingly, the geographic distribution of sales volume of homes sold in Georgina has seemed to spread itself more evenly, with a large decrease in homes sales in Keswick South, paired with an increase in homes sales in Keswick North and Sutton & Jackson’s point, putting these three areas within 4 home sales of one another. Total home sales in Georgina decreased by only 5 units for a total of 122 homes sold in Georgina in July: •7 homes sold in Baldwin •0 homes... [read more]

The Lake Simcoe Effect on Home Sales in Georgina

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Click here to view the full Georgina Real Estate Market Report. Georgina’s housing stock has a level of seasonal attractiveness that isn’t found in neighbouring communities such as East Gwillimbury, Newmarket or Aurora. Interestingly enough, while other areas’ price growth has been isolated to the averages, our highest and lowest prices have been experiencing the most growth, with the average relatively stagnate over the last few months.   What we conclude from... [read more]

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