Thank you Chair and members of regional council. Firstly, I want to thank you for permitting me to talk on the issue of the supportive housing project in Beaverton which you approved a number of months ago.
Just a reminder to you folks, our produce isn’t free.
COVID-19 has been hard on all of us, in many different ways. And while Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for friends and families from different households to come together, share a meal and give thanks, we are urging you to celebrate differently this year.
As we aim to control the spread of COVID-19 in our community, it is important that we all continue to do our part and take public health preventive measures during the holiday season.
Since July, we’ve been following the advice of Dr. Robert Kyle, Durham Region’s Medical Officer of Health, to ensure the mandatory use of non-medical masks or face coverings within most public and enclosed indoor spaces.
Township council has already received more than a dozen letters from residents concerned with Durham Region’s plan to build a SUPPORTIVE HOUSING COMPLEX in Beaverton.
Two residents have contacted council with concerns about speeding vehicles on King Street in Beaverton. Both are on the agenda for Monday’s (Sept. 21) meeting.
Making Parklawn Boulevard in Beaverton a Community Safety Zone and reducing the speed limit to 40 km/h was a step in the right direction but it has not deterred the speed with which people drive along Parklawn.
Education Minister Stephen Lecce and Peter Bethlenfalvy, president of the Treasury Board and minister responsible for the Ontario Digital Service, have issued the following statement on making COVID-19 school-specific data publicly available online:
In 2019, Durham Region issued an invitation to Amazon: remain open to discussions about future opportunities in our community.