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Kimberley Burgess, Helen Humphries and Shira.
Kimberley Burgess-Adult Programmer and OBONT (One Book One New Tecumseth) committee member with New Tecumseth Public Library, Helen Humphries-Author, and myself at OBONT 2019 on October 15th.

It’s time to have your say

While campaigning many of you who live in or around the 10th Sideroad and the 6th Line mentioned that this intersection can be a dangerous spot.  The town did have a look at the intersection and determined that the site lines and visibility are deficient.  This year the budget included commissioning a report to review this intersection and provide recommendations for improvement.  Below is the link to view the outcome of the report.  It includes options for improvement.  Public comments can be emailed until October 22nd to rgreenwood@newtecumseth.ca and you may wish to attend the meeting when this will be discussed on November 4th at 7 P.M. in the Council chambers.
https://www.newtecumseth.ca/en/town-hall/plans-studies-and-reports.aspx#Class-Environmental-Assessment-EA-for-10th-Sideroad–6th-Line


Budget Dates

The dates for budget deliberation and public input
have been set. The public input session is on Tuesday, November 19th at 7:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers. The other dates, when committee will be deliberating the budget are Nov. 8 @ 9 AM, Nov 15 @ 9 AM, Nov 25 @ 9 AM, Dec 9 @ 7 PM and finally Dec 23 @ 7 PM.


Committee Members needed

The Heritage Committee and the Museum Committee are both in need of members to join the committees. The town will be advertising shortly, but if you are interested, please contact pslowleigh@newtecumseth.ca for an application. Council recently passed a motion which allows for remote attendance at meetings via conference call or skype. The details are still to be finalized.

As always, if you have any questions, comments or concerns, please reach out to me. sharrisonmcintyre@newtecumseth.ca.