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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

Recent Work by Natasha

York-Simcoe saw over 7,000 more voters at the advanced polls compared to 2019 election

York-Simcoe saw over 7,000 more voters at the advanced polls compared to 2019 election

York-Simcoe saw an increase in numbers at the advanced polls this year
Residents clean up the town for annual Pitch In Day <b>(24 photos)</b>

Residents clean up the town for annual Pitch In Day (24 photos)

Resdients from all over town were out cleaning up, helping to beautify the town
Rezoning for new homes in Alcona would allow child-care facility to continue

Rezoning for new homes in Alcona would allow child-care facility to continue

'They could get three lots out of this particular section,' says town planner of 25 Sideroad property
Bradford Board of Trade kicks off Shop Local program

Bradford Board of Trade kicks off Shop Local program

The #ShopLocalBWG program kicks off this month
Public Meeting hears from residents on application to rezone Alcona property

Public Meeting hears from residents on application to rezone Alcona property

In a Special Meeting of Council on Wednesday, Sept. 15, a public meeting was held to discuss the plans for the new homes being built at 2044 25th Sideoad.
Bradford mayor lobbies York Region, province to build Holland Marsh phosphorus recycling facility

Bradford mayor lobbies York Region, province to build Holland Marsh phosphorus recycling facility

Mayor Rob Keffer notes the project has been stalled because of the provincial government's discomfort with the Upper York Sewage Solution scheme
Fall feels at Laura’s Farm Stand <b>(30 photos)</b>

Fall feels at Laura’s Farm Stand (30 photos)

Fall is in the air at Laura’s Farm Stand in Cookstown <b>(30 photos)</b>

Fall is in the air at Laura’s Farm Stand in Cookstown (30 photos)

Bradford mayor shows support for proposed phosphorus recycling facility

Bradford mayor shows support for proposed phosphorus recycling facility

'The Holland Marsh pollution reduction project is the single largest action we can take to reduce Lake Simcoe’s phosphorus pollution,' says Lake Simcoe Watch
Mayor Keffer shows support for phosphorus recyclying facility in letter to environment minister, York Region CEO

Mayor Keffer shows support for phosphorus recyclying facility in letter to environment minister, York Region CEO

'Our Council requests that York Region separate out a facility from the overall UYSS and proceed with an environmental assessment of the project,' wrote the mayor