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Posted On Monday, 16 July, 2018

CENTRE WELLINGTON- Water use can increase as much as 40% in summer and early fall, for services such as community splash pads, growing food, maintaining sports fields and other social and community uses. During this time, residential water use also increases to water our lawns and gardens, to wash our decks, vehicles or driveways and other lower-priority uses.
The Township water use restrictions are an effective way to help us use our drinking water wisely. These restrictions...

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Posted On Tuesday, 10 July, 2018

The Township of Centre Wellington intends to spray noxious weeds on all rural roads north of Elora within the jurisdiction of the Township of Centre Wellington using the following pesticides.  Truvist Herbicide, which contains the active ingredients, Chlorsulfuron and Aminocyclopyrachlor. PCP Registration Number 30920 under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada), in combination with Hasten NT Spray Adjuvant, which contains active ingredients Methyl and ethyl oleate (esterified...
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Posted On Friday, 06 July, 2018

CENTRE WELLINGTON – The Township has successfully redesigned our website with the assistance of eSolutionsGroup, a leading digital solutions company with a long history of working with clients in the Public Sector, including more than 300 municipalities across Canada.
“Our goal is to make connecting with the Township of Centre Wellington as easy as possible for as many as possible” said Mayor Kelly Linton. “Providing accurate and timely information...

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Posted On Thursday, 05 July, 2018

Council Meeting Date:   June 14, 18 and 25
Strategic Decisions from Council
Draft Transportation Plan
Council received the Draft Transportation Master Plan (TMP) as an information item.  The TMP provides a long-range plan intended to be used as a blue-print for future decision-making, planning, design, operations and maintenance.  The TMP strategies will assist Township staff and Council improve how visitors and residents travel through and...

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Posted On Thursday, 05 July, 2018

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Council approved a resolution, requesting that the Province of Ontario extend the province-wide moratorium on commercial water bottling until January 1, 2023 in light of the approaching end date of January 1, 2019. If the province-wide moratorium is not extended, Council is asking the Province enact a moratorium on water bottling until January 1, 2023 within the Township of Centre Wellington municipal boundaries. The purpose of either the province-wide...
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