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Notice: Planning & Development Open House/Meeting April 10, 2018

This week looks like another busy one at Town Hall with Admin & Finance on Monday, April 9th, P&D on Tuesday, April 10th and Public Works on Wednesday, April 11th. The Planning Open House on the Zoning By-Law Corrections will not just clarify some previous oversights, but may impact some upcoming development projects. We encourage […]

REMINDER: 4 Windward & Height/Density Open Houses March 20, 2018

Just a friendly reminder that there are two public Open Houses happening on Tuesday March 20th : 4 Windward Drive (Casablanca Inn) – Zoning Amendment and Official Plan Amendment Section 37 Planning Act – Height and Density Bonusing – Zoning Amendment and Official Plan Amendment Just when you thought the buildings in Grimsby couldn’t get any higher, […]

Notes: Council – May 7, 2018, Planning & Development – May 8, 2018

We’ve got a double-feature with today’s post covering both the May 7 and May 8 Council and P&D meetings, respectively. Monday, May 7 – Council Notes Agenda: https://grimsby.civicweb.net/filepro/documents?expanded=543,90113&preview=93958 Minutes: https://grimsby.civicweb.net/filepro/documents?expanded=1127,1965,90198,90105&preview=94104

Notes: Council – April 16, 2018 / Budget – April 17, 2018

Despite the short agenda of just a few delegations and agenda items, the April 16th Council meeting was definitely “eventful”. Here are the official minutes (which really don’t give any indication of what actually happened): https://grimsby.civicweb.net/filepro/documents?expanded=543,1965,90198,90113,1127&preview=93436

Notes: Town Council – April 17, 2017

Agenda: https://grimsby.civicweb.net/filepro/documents… IT Strategic Plan John Naas from Blackline Consulting presented the final IT Strategic Plan and recommendations. The town is now in a position where long-term “band-aid” solutions have created an IT infrastructure and technology gaps where the town is no longer able to meet the pressures and demands to provide appropriate service levels. […]

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