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Special Council Meeting: For Council to Consider how to fill the Current Council Member Vacancy (Mayor/Head of Council)Monday, January 24, 2022 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

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As per the report by administration, if council were to consider appointing the last election’s runner up….. Allowed by and meets the intent of the Municipal Elections Act Shortest and straightest line for filling the vacancy Most cost effective An extremely justifiable, to the public, direction for council to take Already supported by… Read More »Special Council Meeting: For Council to Consider how to fill the Current Council Member Vacancy (Mayor/Head of Council)Monday, January 24, 2022 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Ron Rogers- Confirm and Declare

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Shared With Permission Council Members,With the recent mayoral seat vacancy, as a result of Mr. Snively’s resignation following his admission of guilt to election campaign fraudulent activities, you as  Council are charged with the selection and appointment of a replacement, for the position, for the remainder of the current term.… Read More »Ron Rogers- Confirm and Declare

Agenda Tee-Up: January 17, 2022 6:00 p.m. Declaring a Seat Vacant, Update on Vaccination Policy and More!

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The agenda tonight despite its size of 383 pages is a bit on the light side. Council will declare the seat of the Mayor vacant but that position will not be filled at the same meeting. Tune in on our YouTube Channel at 6:00. Public PresentationsCynthia Cakebread, Manager, Recreation and… Read More »Agenda Tee-Up: January 17, 2022 6:00 p.m. Declaring a Seat Vacant, Update on Vaccination Policy and More!

Debt- How Much Do We Owe on What?

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Source: 2020-2026 Forecasted Long-Term Liabilities Graph, Accompanies page 15 of the Proposed 2022 Budget Total Liabilities $ 21,864,965 Annual Payments $4,506,792 Here is our list of our current debt projects. I did not include: Drainage as it is user pay, Shoreline Assistance Grant program as it is user pay and… Read More »Debt- How Much Do We Owe on What?

Road Condition Maps

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How does your road look? Council does NOT have a short term or a long term road plan but what we do have is a road condition assessment. This assessment is updated every 5 years and we have $ 55,000 in the proposed 2022 budget to update the Town’s road… Read More »Road Condition Maps

Our Arenas in Action!

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Want to stay in and see what is happening at our local arenas? Check out our live arena camera feeds! Below is a live camera feeds from the Essex Centre Sports Complex and Harrow Arena. The camera is scheduled to be on during scheduled ice rentals. https://www.essex.ca/en/ice-cam.aspx This is a… Read More »Our Arenas in Action!

The Town of Essex Council Requests that Internet be Considered an Essential Service by the Provincial Government

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As Discussed at Council Sept 7th Council passed the following motion: Moved By Deputy Mayor MelocheSeconded By Councillor Bondy “That the verbal report/presentation by Councillor Bjorkman regardingattendance participation at the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)2021 Conference be received; That Council recognizes the need for broadband internet to be an… Read More »The Town of Essex Council Requests that Internet be Considered an Essential Service by the Provincial Government

Notice of Closed Council Meeting: Monday, December 20, 2021 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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Closed Meetings are not open to the public but the Clerk does give an update to the public, usually at the next regular meeting following the closed meeting. “Purpose of Closed Meeting : For Council to discuss litigation or proposed litigation matters (including matters before administrative tribunals) affecting the Municipality, … Read More »Notice of Closed Council Meeting: Monday, December 20, 2021 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.