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Planning eUpdate - May 15, 2020

Posted on May 15, 2020 04:28 PM

Volume 20, Issue 7, May 15, 2020

In this issue:

Business during COVID-19

The Municipality continues to review and process applications. We have already held Advisory Committee meetings via teleconference, including the Agriculture and Heritage Committees. Community Planning staff continue work on Secondary Plans including holding a virtual steering committee and stakeholder meetings. We are working on addressing the backlog of applications...

Mayor Foster urges residents to stay the course and follow public health guidelines

Posted on May 14, 2020 12:26 PM

Clarington May 14, 2020- As we head into the Victoria Day long weekend, we cannot lose sight of the main goal across Clarington, Ontario, Canada and globally: we need to continue to flatten the curve. I know that both the Federal and Provincial governments are slowly easing restrictions by opening up parks, reserves and historic sites. More businesses will be allowed to operate in the coming weeks under Ontario's ‘Framework for reopening our Province,’ but that does not mean that we can throw caution...

Support your local businesses and farms, shop locally and help your community

Posted on May 14, 2020 12:11 PM

Clarington May 14, 2020/- Local Clarington businesses and farms continue to diversify and adapt to find new ways of doing business during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we turn the corner and see an easing of restrictions, Clarington Tourism would like to encourage residents to shop locally and support our local economy.

“We have an abundance of local food and farm-fresh products. Let’s support those who work hard to feed us,” said Clarington Mayor Adrian Foster. “As retail stores reopen for curbside...

North Scugog Court to close for four months for road reconstruction

Posted on May 13, 2020 10:19 AM

North Scugog Court will close from Dan Sheehan Lane to the road's northern limit beginning May 19, 2020, for approximately four months for road reconstruction. Access will be available to local traffic only.

History in the Making – Clarington and COVID-19

Posted on May 12, 2020 02:16 PM

May 11, 2020 —The Museum may be closed, but it is calling on all residents, businesses, and organizations in Clarington to help record history.

Clarington's community is living through an historic event. In order to document the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Clarington Museums and Archives is running a survey to collect information and stories about people’s experiences to help educate future historians.

In the past, historians collected this type information by reading letters and studying...

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