Brock Township is facing a projected $6 million price tag for maintaining and replacing culverts and bridges.Read more
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Township council may follow through on a recommendation to remove more than three kilometres of sidewalks but not before the Brock Accessibility Advisory Committee has had a chance to provide input.Read more
Brock Township’s lawsuit against the company that installed the Blackwater Bridge on Concession 4 Brock is continuing.
Prompted by a question from Regional Councillor Ted Smith, CAO/Clerk Thom Gettinby provided a brief update on the case at Monday’s (March 12) meeting of the public works committee.
Beaverton residents expressed few concerns with a 103-home subdivision planned for the village.
About 50 people turned out for a public meeting on the proposal Monday (March 5) night at the Beaverton Thorah Community Centre with a handful taking the floor to raise issues surrounding drainage, infrastructure, privacy and the strain that development has on municipal services.Read more
Thanks to the fundraising efforts of firefighters in the Beaverton area, Brock Township may soon have an aerial unit.
The Beaverton-Thorah Firefighters’ Association is scheduled to make an offer to donate the vehicle to the municipality at the March 19 council meeting.Read more
The Durham District School Board is considering changes to its trustee allocation policy that could reduce representation for Brock Township.
The board is seeking public input on the proposed changes, launching a survey for residents across the region on Tuesday (March 6).Read more
Local politicians are getting ready to rubber-stamp this year’s budget. Members of township council approved a 1.54-percent increase at Monday’s (March 5) meeting of the finance committee, with a formal vote to follow at council. The budget hike represents a $22 increase in taxes on an average home in the township, according to Treasurer Laura Barta. Budget discussions last monthRead more