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Posted On Thursday, August 08, 2019

Subdivision Application SB01/2019 by Emad Alziadeh, Alziadeh Land Development Corp. / Clark Consulting Services, with respect to property located in Part of Lot 8, Concession 7, Roll # 14 35 134 010 00800 0000, former Township of Seymour and Part of Lot 8, Concession 7 and Plan 112, Part Lots A, B and C, Block 32, Roll # 14 35 100 060 19100 0000, former Town of Campbellford, west side of Windsor Avenue and north of Bridge Street.
The submitted draft plan of subdivision proposes...

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Posted On Friday, July 19, 2019

Doxsee Avenue South Reconstruction is now complete. A final layer on asphalt will be applied to later this year.
Doxsee Avenue North Reconstruction continues with sanitary sewer piping, watermains, and storm sewer piping being replaced.
Sections of Doxsee Avenue North will be closed between Bridge Street and Front Street North from July 2019 to December 2019.
Doxsee Avenue North will be accessible to local traffic only and closed to through traffic during the construction...

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Posted On Friday, July 12, 2019

Wondering why the water levels in the Warkworth Reservoir seem to be lower than usual?
The water levels in the Warkworth Reservoir are affected by a variety of factors, including seasonal precipitation, which has been low over the last period. The outflow from the reservoir to downstream of the dam is higher than usual, based on 2018's Warkworth Dam safety report.
The dam is operating efficiently and the increased downstream flows are beneficial for the lower reaches...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 22, 2019

At their May 21st meeting, Council approved a new plan and location for the proposed Recreation and Wellness Centre.
Based on a Facility Options Report recently completed by Taskforce Engineering Inc., Council has decided to locate the Recreation and Wellness Centre on municipally owned lands in the Campbellford Business Park, just off County Road 30.   This location provides better ease of access for all of Trent Hills as well as visiting teams and patrons. 
The...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 21, 2019

The 2019-2022 Strategic Plan was approved by Council at the May 21st meeting.
Approximately 250 residents provided input on the Strategic Plan through the community consultations and an online survey. 
This process resulted in a completed Strategic Plan that reflects the wants of the community and also highlights the priorities of Council.
The plan is available for review on our website or as an attachment below.

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