A Township consultant is recommending that council double development charges for the commercial and industrial sectors and institute a 66-percent increase to residential fees.
A proposed expansion of the Township’s winter control schedule will not proceed this season.
Pending council approval, seven local groups will be splitting $8,300 that was raised through Brock Township’s annual charity golf tournament.
While acknowledging that mistakes were made, the group behind the development of the ‘Harbour of the Future’ in Beaverton deems the initiative a success.
Members of council may have taken a long, circuitous route to get there but they have delivered a balanced budget.
After spending the better part of two days reviewing and revising the Township’s 2019 operating budget, members of council are getting ready to tackle the capital budget at a meeting Monday (Feb. 4) morning.
Members of township council are taking a long look at expanding resources for bylaw enforcement and animal control.
The role of Brock Township CAO/Clerk will be split following the impending retirement of Thom Gettinby.
Brock Township hopes to work with the federal government to salvage the swimming platforms at the Beaverton Harbour.
Brock Township is looking to increase its tax rebate program for low-income seniors.