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Council Highlights


Council Highlights from the May 4, 2020 Meeting

Posted on May 08, 2020 04:25 PM

Clarington says it's an "unwilling host" for the Region's proposed anaerobic digestion and pre-sort facility  

Clarington Council voted unanimously to become an unwilling host for the Region of Durham's proposed new anaerobic digestion and mixed-waste pre-sort facility in Courtice. In June 2019, Regional Council authorized a site selection process for this new proposed facility. On March 6, 2020, in...

Council Highlights from the April 14, 2020 Meeting

Posted on April 17, 2020 09:27 AM

Clarington Council directs staff to come up with a residential tax relief program for COVID-19

Council has asked staff to come up with an application-based program that would offer qualifying Clarington taxpayers’ some relief on a portion of their municipal taxes. Council approved, in principle, a potential by-law that, if approved, would look at a possible reduction or refund of a percentage of the Clarington portion of taxes for qualifying taxpayers. Qualifying taxpayers would have to demonstrate...

Council Highlights from the March 2, 2020 Meeting

Posted on March 09, 2020 04:22 PM

An ecological gift creates a challenge for the construction of Farewell Creek Trail

Clarington will ask Environment Canada to allow the Municipality to proceed with the construction of the western part of Farewell Creek Trail in Courtice. The lands that form the western part of that trail fall under the federal government’s Ecological Gift Program and are protected to ensure that their “biodiversity and environmental heritage are conserved in perpetuity,” as outlined on the government’s website....

Council Highlights from the February 10, 2020 Meeting

Posted on February 18, 2020 11:15 AM

Clarington Council clears costly obstacle to help the expansion of Parkview Lodge

Clarington Council cleared a costly hurdle that will allow Parkview Lodge in Newcastle to continue its expansion and relocate the pedestrian crosswalk from its current location blocking the proposed driveway to the new building. Council also decided to enter into an agreement with Parkview Lodge allowing the facility to pay the local development charges on the expansion in 21 equal instalments over 20 years with no...

Council Highlights from the January 20, 2020 Meeting

Posted on February 13, 2020 10:05 AM

Local Bowmanville street to be named after the Price family

Council voted to make an exception and name a local street after the Price Family. Generally, local streets within Clarington have a historical name or are named after local veterans to honour their sacrifices. The Price family settled in Bowmanville in 1931 on a local farm and began growing their produce. In 1964, the matriarch, Stella Price, began selling extra fruits and vegetables on her front lawn. Twenty-five years later, Stella’s...

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