Grey County is pleased to introduce John Woodbury as the new alternate council member from Southgate. Mr. Woodbury served on Dundalk council in the 1990s and returned to municipal politics this term as a Southgate councillor.
More than 1,000 job seekers attended the event last year.
Council moves a 0.36% budget increase for 2018 to maintain services and invest in infrastructure.
Highlights include support for the 2018 budget, moving forward with a Chatsworth paramedic base and more.
We are experiencing outbreaks on the second and third floors.
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Beginning in January 2018, Ontario Early Years Centres will be known as EarlyON Child and Family Centres.
The holidays are almost here and Grey County offices will be closing to celebrate the festive season. The Grey County Administration Building, Provincial Offences Court, offsite satellite locations and the EarlyON Child and Family Centre (formerly Ontario Early Years Centre) will be closed
Highlights include an update from the Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy, newly announced funding for affordable housing updates and more.
This month's edition is being delivered around the county and includes municipal features and the 2017 Grey County Year in Review.
Grey Highlands Deputy Mayor Stewart Halliday is the 2018 Grey County Warden. Halliday was elected on December 5 at the inaugural meeting of Grey County Council.
Grey County will appoint an integrity commissioner for a five-year term, beginning January 1, 2018.