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NORTH GRENVILLE, ON - Mayor Nancy Peckford issued the following statement on National Housing Day:
National Housing Day is an important day to highlight the current challenges many people are facing when it comes to housing in this country. While North Grenville’s Council began tackling this issue in 2018, it has taken time to see progress in this area, particularly given major changes in the private housing and rental market since the pandemic.
NORTH GRENVILLE – The Municipality of North Grenville is thrilled to extend heartfelt congratulations to Shelley Mitchell on her nomination for the 2023 Bill Thake Memorial Award for Economic Development Leadership, also called the Warden's Award. This award recognizes and celebrates a volunteer who has shown outstanding commitment and leadership resulting in the growth and vitality of the Leeds Grenville economy.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – North Grenville will be launching a municipal-wide, on-demand, public transit system for residents of all ages and abilities in early 2024. The Municipality undertook extensive research and consultation with transit experts to determine an appropriate and affordable approach to best meet North Grenville’s needs.
Mayor Nancy Peckford issued the following statement on behalf of Council for Remembrance Day:
On behalf of the Municipality of North Grenville and Members of Council, we join with residents to mark the solemn occasion of Remembrance Day. We honour the brave Canadians in uniform who served and pay tribute for all they have done to keep us safe.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – Mayor Nancy Peckford issued the following statement on behalf of Council for Indigenous Veterans Day:
On behalf of the Municipality of North Grenville and Members of Council, I would like to take this opportunity to honour the contributions First Nations, Inuit and Metis have made to Canada’s war effort.
Notice of Ontario Land Tribunal Decision – File No OLT-23-000298 regarding 5562 Rideau River Road, Kemptville.
Issued 01 NOV 2023.
The Land Evaluation and Area Review (LEAR) is a study that is completed to examine the location of prime agricultural areas. The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is undertaking this study based on its commitment to do so within it’s Official Plan. When the Counties’ adopted their Official Plan in 2015, it was modified by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in 2016 to include a policy that would require the undertaking of a LEAR study or equivalent.
Thank you to everyone for coming out to support this important initiative. Thank you to members of the Leeds Grenville Interval House for raising awareness of Woman Abuse Prevention Month. The Interval House Flag will fly at the Municipal Centre for the month of November.
Originally published ©️The Hill Times, Monday, October 23, 2023 Edition