The township sent out a media release on Sept. 22 outlining the new requirements for patrons of North Huron's recreation facilities, meeting spaces, halls, and theatres.
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Jayne Thompson, communications and GIS-IT coordinator for Maitland Conservation (MC), updated board members on the progress made by staff over the summer in a report at the September regular meeting.
Huron County Economic Development obtained a substantial grant from Digital Main Street’s Ontario Grants Program (OGP) to provide specialists called the Digital Service Squad (DSS) to help local small businesses adopt online technology.
Jamie McCarthy, North Huron’s director of public works, provided a report to council on Sept. 20 regarding Huron County council’s plans for an environmental study to be conducted at the intersection of County Roads 4 and 25 in Blyth.
Director of Recreation and Community Services Vicky Luttenberger spoke at length to North Huron councillors regarding the staffing shortage at both the North Huron Wescast Community Complex and the Blyth Community Centre, saying if they didn’t make some changes, the options would be limited for keep
North Huron council received a letter, signed by the Wingham Minor Hockey Association executive, requesting that they reconsider the ice rates or consider some support for the upcoming season.
North Huron CAO Dwayne Evans presented the new human resources manual to council at its Sept. 13 meeting.
Angry residents from Blyth spoke their minds at the beginning of the in-person council meeting on Monday evening after a plea from Nathanya Barnett, a Romani descendant, for council to allow the request from the Blyth BIA to change the name of Gypsy Lane.
The answers are in, from an independent survey conducted in South Bruce recently to determine the term “willingness.”