Posted on Friday, December 16, 2016 01:45 AM
This morning staff from Phoenix AMD International Inc. stopped by Fire Station 1 in Bowmanville to deliver Christmas presents for the Clarington Emergency and Fire Services toy drive.
Phoenix staff brought as many as 10 carloads of toys for children of all ages. It’s the sixth year the company has donated toys. Company staff, assisted by firefighters, unloaded the toys inside the three-bay hall, creating a massive toy mountain. Clarington Fire will give the toys to the Salvation Army, who will distribute...
Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 09:15 AM
Whitby, Ont. – The Regional Municipality of Durham would like to advise residents that the initial assessment of fire damage at the Durham York Energy Centre (DYEC) has been completed by JADE+, a consultant hired by the operator Covanta. The consultant’s report confirms damages were limited to a small area of the roof, with no damage to the main structural components of the roof or the rest of the facility. Based on these findings, boiler #2 returned to full operating capacity and began processing...
Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 04:15 AM
The Municipality of Clarington would like to congratulate the nominees and the recipient of the 2016 Durham Region Accessibility Award.
Clarington’s Accessibility Advisory Committee nominated the following businesses and organizations for their outstanding initiatives to ensure their establishments are accessible to people of all abilities:
Posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 09:00 AM
Clarington December 13, 2016/- The Municipality of Clarington is changing its pet licensing program to encourage more residents to register their pets. This will ensure that if a pet is lost, it can be reunited with its family. Effective January 1, 2017, pet licences will be sold for a full year from the time of purchase versus the current practice of selling them for a calendar year from January until December.
“We are responding to the needs of our community. Many residents have raised this issue...
Posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 02:45 AM
Clarington December 13, 2016/- The Municipality of Clarington has adopted a plan that will reduce congestion on the roads, manage traffic, encourage public transit and create a connected trail network for both cyclists and pedestrians to enjoy. Council approved the Clarington Transportation Master Plan during Monday’s meeting. The plan serves as a 20-year guide for all decisions concerning Clarington’s transportation network.
“We have created a comprehensive plan that addresses our population growth,...