After two months of consultation, Council voted Thursday evening (September 5th) to increase what are known as ‘development charges’ on future development in our community. This is so that the Municipality has sufficient funds to invest in crucial infrastructure upgrades as the community grows. Development charges are reviewed every five years, and are subject to strict rules by the Province in terms of how increases are determined.
Committee of Adjustment received an application (A-07-19).
Parks, recreation and culture facilities and services are vital to providing a high quality of life for all residents in our community. To ensure that the Municipality of North Grenville is focused on the highest priorities, we are seeking community input on local needs. The Municipality would like to know how residents use our parks and facilities, as well as how we can improve and expand public spaces, amenities and services in the years and decades to come.
Concerning a proposed zoning by-law amendment application for 1 Jayland Drive (application #ZBA-07-19)
Concerning a proposed zoning by-law amendment application for 111 George Street East (application #ZBA-08-19)
At their regular meeting on July 16, 2019, North Grenville’s Municipal Council appointed members to seven advisory committees. This is in addition to the Mayoral Task Force on Affordable Housing struck in January and the Community & Economic Development Advisory Committee convened in April 2019.
Concerning an application for minor variance - application file no. A-06-19 - for a property located at 301 Dumbrille Street, Kemptville.
The Municipality of North Grenville is pleased to announce that the Provincial Government has approved a joint funding application submitted by the Municipality and the United Counties of Leeds & Grenville to support crucial upgrades to County Road 43.
July 23, 2019
Drop In 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
North Grenville Municipal Centre
285 County Road 44, Kemptville