WELLINGTON COUNTY – The province’s proposed easing of restrictions on development of farmland, especially for gravel pits, has prompted objections from the Concerned Residents Coalition (CRC) and the Wellington County planning department.
BRUCEDALE - Guelph-Eramosa council had a presentation on Oct. 21 from Kathryn Enders of Ontario Farmland Trust (OFT), and will consider a $5,000 grant for the group as part of 2020 budget discussions.
ERIN - Town council has approved a zoning amendment to allow a rural wedding venue to continue operating, after being assured noise from the 2nd Line site would be controlled to an acceptable level.
ERIN - Town officials had always hoped to delay digging up sections of Scotch and Daniel Streets to install new storm sewers until it was time for sanitary sewers, but they can’t wait any longer.
ERIN – With housing developers willing to put up millions of dollars in advance to fund a…
ERIN – A decision on the licensing of a gravel pit expansion just south of Erin village was…
GUELPH - The proposed conversion of the Dolime Quarry into a residential neighbourhood would ease pressure on the groundwater supply and benefit Guelph-Eramosa, according to Mayor Chris White.
ERIN - Urban water users in Hillsburgh and Erin village will start to pay next year for development of the proposed wastewater system, even though construction is not expected for several years.
ERIN - Residents of Erin village concerned about a proposed gravel pit expansion near the BelErin subdivision will make their case at a Local Planning Appeals Tribunal (LPAT) hearing at town hall next week.