Posted on Thursday, February 27, 2020 11:27 AM
Whitby, Ontario – The Regional Municipality of Durham is meeting the growing needs of the Newcastle community in Clarington by increasing the capacity of the Newcastle Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP)—the facility that receives and treats sanitary sewage for the local community. Today, Regional Council approved the project to upgrade the plant.
“With all of the new residential and commercial developments planned in the near future for Newcastle, more wastewater treatment capacity at...
Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 03:13 PM
File Number: SPA2020-0001
Address: 2111 Prestonvale Road, Courtice
National Homes (Prestonvale) Inc. has submitted a Site Plan application to permit a temporary Sales Office for the sale of new homes in a plan of subdivision. Located on the north-east corner of Prestonvale Road and Bloor Street, the proposed office is 125.98 square metres with 13 parking spaces and 2 barrier-free parking spaces. The proposed office is made up of shipping...
Posted on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 01:19 PM
Phase 3 – Call for Comments
PORT HOPE, February 25, 2020 - In 1990, the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, in partnership with Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority and Lower Trent Region Conservation Authority, completed a Shoreline Management Plan for the Lake Ontario shoreline to guide shoreline management within their respective jurisdictions.
Shoreline management combines knowledge and understanding of water impacts such as wave uprush, sediment movement, and flooding...
Posted on Thursday, February 20, 2020 06:03 PM
Whitby, Ontario – The following statement is being issued on behalf of John Henry, Regional Chair and Chief Executive Officer for The Regional Municipality of Durham; Dan Carter, Mayor of the City of Oshawa; and Adrian Foster, Mayor of the Municipality of Clarington:
“Today, the Metrolinx Board of Directors endorsed the GO East Rail Extension through Oshawa to Bowmanville in Clarington, featuring four new station stops located along the Canadian Pacific mainline north of Highway 401.
Posted on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 04:31 PM
Clarington February 19, 2020/- Clarington’s downtowns will soon become more vibrant thanks to decorative public art pieces that will be installed in Bowmanville, Courtice, Newcastle and Orono. The project is funded through a $110,000 grant from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). In 2018, Council decided the funding should be used for public art installations to enhance the visitor experience and the beauty of our downtowns.
Three local artists and a local company...