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Paisley Advocate Editor and Treasurer to retire
by Sandy Lindsay

March 7, 2017
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The Paisley Advocate is heading into unknown waters since Editor, Craig Budreau and Treasurer Lynn Cecchetti have decided to retire.

The official retirement date for Budreau and Cecchetti is following the May 4th issue.

The little local newspaper sends out some 2,000 copies to Paisley and the surrounding area and comes out the first Thursday of each month after approximately 125 volunteer hours to put together.

Covering local happenings from special events to sports, the Advocate concentrates on what is going on in the community.

Paisley is slated for growth given that the region's major employer, Bruce Power will be expanding its refurbishment program over the next several years and Paisley is a central community for the area, located at the confluence of the Saugeen and Teeswater Rivers and at the junction of Bruce Roads 1, 11 and 3.

The Paisley Chamber of Commerce is working toward presenting the village in a "...progressive and positive light", particularly given the anticipated growth. 

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