A 44-year-old woman and a child were treated by paramedics after getting bitten by a dog in Innisfil Aug. 16.
Emergency crews were called to a home near the 5th Line and 9th Line around 4:30 p.m. for an animal complaint.
Paramedics were already treating the pair for a dog bite when officers arrived. They were both taken to Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre for treatment of minor injuries.
The dog is being quarantined for 10 days and the Innisfil bylaw department is now investigating under the provincial Dog Owners’ Liability Act.
The company developing Wasaga Beach’s municipally-owned properties in the downtown and on the beachfront is looking for your input.
Fram Building Group will be holding a redevelopment community meeting on Aug. 15, from 7 until 9 p.m.
The company will be presenting ‘starter development concepts’ for the first phases of the town square and beachfront projects.
Fram will be developing a residential and commercial project at the town square site at Beck and Main, and a residential development at Beach Area 2.
According to Fram, the development will “set the tone for the architectural style that will be used at the beachfront and Main Street.
Residents will have a chance to provide feedback on the development concepts, and provide input on potential design.
(Editor’s note: Story updated Aug. 14 to reflect the accurate time of the meeting. Simcoe.com apologizes for any confusion caused.)