Highlights include the long term care review, funding for local municipal Canada 150 celebrations and more.
Council will consider the information before the next meeting on May 25.
As of May 1, licence plate renewals may be denied to drivers with unpaid fines.
Reduced load restrictions have been lifted for all Grey County roads.
Highlights include the Local Food Strategic Plan, SWIFT funding and a special event to celebrate Agnes Macphail on the Canada 150 banknote.
Over the next few months Grey County will be completing seasonal road work across the region.
On April 24 and 25, Grey County has the opportunity to show the world why it deserves to be named the 2017 Intelligent Community of the Year.
Highlights include discussions with the Town of the Blue Mountains, Age-Friendly Communities and more.
Offices will be closed on Friday and Monday for the holiday.
Results to be considered as part of Recolour Grey.
Venue changed to Owen Sound District Secondary School and more seats are now available.
Grey County has some important decisions to make about the future of long term care and other services for seniors. On March 30 and 31, the County is holding information meetings to share details of a long term care review and to give residents an opportunity to ask questions and share feed