MORRIS-TURNBERRY – A resident of Blyth has been charged under the Stunt Driving legislation…
The Ontario government recently announced $1.1 million in additional funding to offer continued support for the province’s agricultural and horticultural societies impacted by COVID-19.
The Huron Clean Water Project is a fund that supports water quality projects in Huron County. In 2021, the County of Huron allocated $450,000 in funds for water quality projects by Huron County residents, landowners, and community groups.
There will soon be more electric vehicle charging stations in Huron County, which is essential to local infrastructure, Warden Glen McNeil said.
Director of Planning Sandra Weber presented a report to the councillors of Morris-Turnberry, updating them on the progress of the Planning Fees Review Working Group, which will now be sent to the surrounding municipalities for approval.
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.