PUSLINCH – Council here is asking the province to limit BlueTriton’s water taking permit renewal in Aberfoyle to five years and is recommending the permit include limitations during droughts as well as mandatory annual reports. Company officials say the added requirements are unnecessary.
CENTRE WELLINGTON – After years of service with numerous organizations, Don Vallery has received the Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award.
GUELPH – Eleven humane societies and SPCAs across the province have formed the Ontario Animal Welfare Network.
MINTO – A report on Wellington County’s attainable housing strategy was called “fairly disturbing,” by one member of town council here.
GUELPH/ERAMOSA – Council here is expected to approve the use of body-worn cameras for the municipality's bylaw enforcement and fire prevention officers.
MINTO – The local Pride committee has been active throughout Pride Month.
ERIN – Mayor Allan Alls has put forward a notice of motion for the town to reconsider a policy to permit off-road vehicles on public roads.
MINTO – Town council has approved the sale of the last remaining serviced lot in the Harriston Industrial Park. Council also approved a purchase option agreement for two lots in the industrial park in Palmerston at the June 15 meeting.
CENTRE WELLINGTON - Construction work set to begin on Wellington Road 18 on June 21 will require two road closures for culvert installations and paving operations.