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Planning eUpdate - October 22, 2020

Posted on October 22, 2020 09:41 AM

Volume 20, Issue 14, October 22, 2020

In this issue:

Our procedures have changed as we continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. As mandated by Public Health, and to maintain physical distancing, these meetings will take place electronically using an online device or telephone. Meetings are live streamed for public viewing at www.clarington.net/calendar.

(Non-Statutory) Public Meeting...

Squair Road closed between Concession Road 4 and Concession Road 5

Posted on October 22, 2020 09:13 AM

Squair Road between Concession Road 4 and Concession Road 5 is closed today, October 22, 2020, during the day (weather permitting) for an emergency tree removal. Detours are available via local alternates.

Clarington passes By-law for the COVID-19 Community Improvement Plan

Posted on October 21, 2020 08:00 AM

Notice of Adoption of Clarington’s COVID-19 Community Improvement Plan

Take notice that the Council of the Municipality of Clarington passed By-law 2020-067 on October 13, 2020, under Section 28 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. as amended, to adopt the COVID-19 Community Improvement Plan (CIP).

See Schedule "A"  for an explanation of the purpose and effect of the COVID-19 Community Improvement Plan. A copy of the COVID-19 CIP and any background material will be made available to the public for inspection...

Council Highlights from the October 13, 2020 meeting

Posted on October 16, 2020 03:05 PM

Council approves $750,000 to pay for railway safety improvements to stop train whistles at Cobbledick and Bennett Road crossings 

Clarington Council earmarked $750,000 to pay for safety improvements needed at the Cobbledick and Bennett Road railway crossings in Clarington to stop train whistles in those areas. The money will be drawn from the Rate Stabilization Fund. Wilmot Creek residents have petitioned Council for several years to eliminate the noise pollution associated with...

Clarington partners with Farm 911: The Emily Project to help keep rural residents safe

Posted on October 14, 2020 11:15 AM

Clarington October 14, 2020/- Clarington is launching a new safety initiative to assist first responders in locating remote rural properties quickly in emergencies. Clarington has partnered with the Region of Durham and Farm 911: The Emily Project on this initiative to create address markers and clear signage for all properties.

Farm 911: The Emily Project was founded by the parents of seven-year-old Emily Trudeau, who died in a farming accident in Tweed in 2014. First responders were delayed...

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