Beautifying the Iroquois Plaza


During the May 1st South Dundas council meeting, it was brought to the attention of council that the Iroquois and District Business Group would like to plant and maintain the ‘islands’ in the Iroquois Plaza.

Clerk Brenda Brunt explained that the group would like to plant some hostas, a perennial plant, and the time to do so was “now.”

It was suggested that the business group was considering the possibility of having local businesses ‘adopt’ an island, making it a competition to see who has the nicest ‘island’.

Council agreed to the request and mayor Steven Byvelds offered the following: “They’re beautifying their little part of South Dundas and fostering community spirit in that area.”

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