COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Committee of the Whole Meetings and Council Meetings
Regular Committee of the Whole meetings are generally held twice a month on Tuesday evenings commencing at 6:00 p.m.
Township Council meetings are generally held immediately after the Committee of the Whole meeting.
The Committee of the Whole meetings are separated into the following five (5) areas of service delivery:
Building, Planning & Protective Services
- a) Building
- b) Emergency Planning
- c) Fire Services
- d) Mississippi-Rideau Source Water Protection
- e) Mississippi Valley Conservation
- f) Planning
- g) Police Services
- h) Other Environmental and Rural Issues
Public Works & Waste Management
- a) Bridges
- b) Fleet
- c) Roads
- d) Sewer & Water
- e) Waste Management
- a) Arena
- b) Community Centres
- c) Economic Development
- d) Museums
- e) Public Library
- f) Tourism
- g) Youth Centre
- a) Accessibility
- b) Coordination of Policy for all Township Departments
- c) Corporate Contracts
- d) Finance
- e) Governance Issues
- f) Human Resources
- g) Information Technology
- h) Legislation Review and Comment
- i) Township Records and Communications
- j) Any issues not presently designated to another Committee of the Whole
- a) Budget
- b) Major Projects
NOTE: All meetings of the Committee of the Whole and Council are open to the Public.
Click here to view the Council and Committee Calendar for 2019 (Updated December 19, 2018).
|Tuesday, October 8, 2019||6:00 PM||Committee of the Whole|
|Tuesday, October 8, 2019||(immediately after COW)||Council|
* Important Note:
All current minutes posted are subject to approval by Council or Committee at their next regularly scheduled meeting.
To obtain minutes prior to January 2007, please contact the Clerk and a copy will be e-mailed to you. email@example.com
Those who wish to appear as delegations must submit a written request to the Clerk. For further information please contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (613) 259-2398 ext. 231.
Registry of Disclosures of Pecuniary Interest
The Municipal Conflict of Interest Act (https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/90m50) requires members to declare any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in relation to a matter under consideration. A pecuniary interest in a matter is one where there is a reasonable likelihood or expectation of financial loss or gain of the individual or related persons as per the Act. The onus to declare a pecuniary interest rests with the member. It is required that all members submit disclosures of pecuniary interest in writing to the Clerk as well as make a verbal declaration at the meeting.