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Posted Friday, March 24, 2017

The most up-to-date spring schedule is now online . Check back for updates as the session moves along.
Here’s a highlight of some of the NEW CLASSES you’ll see on the schedule: 
Monday's Muscle Moves is now R2 with Irene. It is a "spin" on our R3 class Ride, Rip and Relax without the Ride!.  Get Ripped with a strength component followed by an extended luxurious stretch and relax segment.
Thursday mornings we have Velocity with Leah....

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Posted Friday, March 24, 2017

Nash Road will close between Hancock Road and Solina Road on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the unloading of deck steel.
We encourage Clarington residents to visit the  Highway 407 East Phase 2 website  and register for email updates.
Contact: Email:  info@407eastphase2.ca Toll-free: 1-888-860-2763

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Posted Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Detour Map Update:  Starting March 29, 2017, the intersection of Concession Road 3 and Scugog Street will close until approximately April 19. During that time, residents are asked to detour around the closure. Please note, the intersection will close for approximately four weeks and will reopen after for the duration of construction. The map below provides detour routes.
Location: Scugog Street is under construction from just north of Bons Avenue to Concession Road 3.
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Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The weather has finally warmed up, and it is time to think about tree planting. Trees for Rural Roads applications are due by March 31, 2017.
The Trees for Rural Roads Program offers trees free of charge to Clarington rural residents to be planted along municipal roadways that border private land. Participants have their choice of a number of native tree species.
The program, established in 2012, is delivered in partnership with Central Lake Ontario Region Conservation...

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Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Whitby, Ont. – The Regional Municipality of Durham is advising residents that Covanta, the operator of the Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC), has restarted boiler #2 after taking it off-line for annual maintenance which was advanced to repair a damaged water tube within the boiler. Boiler #1 was restarted after completing the annual scheduled maintenance.
Read the full News Release on the Region of Durham's website.

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