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Pelham Community Centre Progressing

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Pelham Community Centre Progressing

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn During our special strategic planning session on September 16, Council verified our number one priority as completing the Pelham Community Centre on time and on budget. So, let me give you an update of progress to date. Oversight Committee: In August, Council appointed Gordon Morasco, Bill Gibson, […]

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Assessment Only Half the Picture

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Assessment Only Half the Picture

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Have you received your new residential property assessment notice from MPAC – the Ontario Municipal Property Assessment Corporation? (If you own a farm, business, or multi-residential property, you should receive your assessment mid-October.) Updated for the first time since 2012, your notice […]

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Unveiling & Rededicating WWI Cenotaph & Mortar

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Unveiling & Rededicating WWI Cenotaph & Mortar

The Mayor’s Report With Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – On behalf of Pelham Council and the community, it was my honour to help unveil and rededicate two significant historic and cultural artifacts – a WW1 Cenotaph and the newly restored WW1 Mortar – at Old Pelham Hall on Saturday. Because of […]

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Clarifying Agricultural Minimum Lot Sizes

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Clarifying Agricultural Minimum Lot Sizes

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – So, a bit of an issue brewed throughout the summer: minimum lot sizes for agricultural properties. The issue first arose during a neighbour vs. neighbour clash in an agricultural area in the Northern-part of Pelham. Unfortunately, it happens all the time. If […]

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Kame, Ridgeville, Funding and Transit at AMO Conference

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Kame, Ridgeville, Funding and Transit at AMO Conference

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn This week, Councillors Accursi and Durley, Town CAO Ottaway, and I will attend the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Conference in Windsor. The annual three-day conference offers a range of learning sessions and networking opportunities and organizers expect more than 1,300 delegates. While at AMO, your […]

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Starting Review of Town’s Zoning Bylaw

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Starting Review of Town’s Zoning Bylaw

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Ever wonder what controls the heights and sizes of buildings in a community? What rules allow certain type of uses – like a gas station or an apartment building or townhouse – in one area, but not in another? Or, where do […]

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