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Wilmot council news briefs

Wellesley defers detailed municipal flag policy

Wellesley council news briefs

Special Council Meeting to discuss Prime Ministers Path recommendations on July 5

Consultant’s report recommends removing the existing statues and cancelling the project.

Wilmot Township parts ways with CAO

Grant Whittington removed from duties

Wellesley kennel application draws attention of Council

Controversial breeding schedule sparks discussion

Council Notes-Wilmot

Second breach of Code of Conduct report on Armstrong

Council Notes

Family Day activities move online

Council Notes

Highlights of recent Township meetings

Process complete for Mayor Armstrong's investigation

Regional Council apology last leg of Mayor's regulatory obligations after posting controversial video in 2020

Wilmot citizens well-represented as Regional council delegations

Insightful input on environmental issues presented by locals

Council Notes

Wilmot’s pre-budget report

 2021 budget will stay the course

Wellesley opposes recent Provincial bill affecting Conservation Authorities

New bill stripping Conservation Authorities of power

Linwood fireworks resolved

Wellesley Council finds solution to livestock concerns

Prime Ministers’ Path a slow one

Wilmot Council takes step towards legalizing 2016 agreement

Council Notes

Council notes: October 29

Wilmot Council discusses 3rd ice pad and COVID deficit

An ice pad report from Monteith-Brown Planning built on their previous needs and usage report in 2013 and reviewed in 2017.


Mayor updates Council on his continuing education around racism

At the Sept 28 Wilmot Council online meeting, Mayor Les Armstrong provided an update on his personal improvement progress.

Wilmot group presents need for Indigenous worker to Council

A pro-active, local response to the federal government’s Truth and Reconciliation report was presented to the Wilmot council at their Sept. online meeting.

Prime Ministers’ Path amendment delayed

Missing parts of the original agreement with organization behind the Prime Ministers' Path delays signing of amendment.

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