Trevor Hallam, CAO of Morris-Turnberry, provided a report to council on July 20, telling them the final costs associated with the municipal drain maintenance for the municipality in 2020.
As an answer to residents' requests, council has decided to place ‘No Heavy Trucks’ signs at Main Street, Queen Street, Howick Street, Vogt Street, and Gibson Street in Wroxeter to alleviate the number of trucks travelling through the village.
Council has elected to move forward with recruiting a new Director of Finance.
Chief Building Official Kirk Livingston told Morris-Turnberry councillors that the total value of construction to date is $8,836,097, more than doubling the amount from last year’s total of $4,160,650.
The Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron (MAPH) has rescheduled a multicultural festival it had hoped to hold in June for Aug. 28 from 4 to 7 p.m.
In response to a request from council earlier this year, Manager of Operations Lyndon Kowch announced on July 19 that staff will be conducting traffic studies over the next few months to see if painted centre lines are required on any rural roads.
Leith Deacon, an associate professor at the University of Guelph, with the support of many representatives from local government and non-government social services organizations, municipal governments, Public Health, local businesses, economic development and agriculture groups across Huron-Perth, l
The municipality has been working on updating the burn bylaw which has been in place since Sept. 17, 2001. On July 19, North Perth Fire Chief Ed Smith present a draft of an updated bylaw to council.