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Ward 4 All Candidates Meeting…


September 23, 2014

WARD 4 AMELIASBURGH ALL CANDIDATES MEETING
AMELIASBURGH TOWN HALL, MONDAY OCTOBER 6TH 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    Recognizing the need for an All Candidates Meeting in the North of the County, the Ameliasburgh Town Hall Working Group, and (CARA) the Consecon and Area Ratepayers Association Inc are pleased to advise that we are holding a pre-election Town Hall Meeting.


 

 

SINGLE LANE BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION…


 

PARKS CANADA IGNORES SAFETY CONCERNS!!
 
Parks Canada is about to build a single lane bridge with traffic lights on a busy, designated ‘major collector roadway’ across the Brighton end of the Murray Canal. As far as we know, this is a first of its kind anywhere in the Province of Ontario, where a permanent and potentially dangerous pinch-point, new single lane bridge would be inserted onto a busy highway. We need your help to stop this plan. Otherwise, we’ll be stuck with this bridge for the next 50+ years.
 
·        We need to get our elected representatives at all levels of government to the table to fix this! Only the Minister of the Environment can compel PARKS CANADA to respond to requests our Municipalities have already made to delay start of procurement of this totally unacceptable single lane bridge!
 
 
Please support our efforts to STOP PARKS CANADA!
 
If a single lane bridge were to be constructed, this would create serious safety issues. Traffic delays will have severe economic impacts to tourism and other industries throughout the Bay of Quinte region. Therefore, we the undersigned, demand a two lane bridge be constructed, to current standards, over the Murray Canal at County Road 64 in Quinte West, Ontario.
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Marjorie Cuett Seguin’s paintings…


September 20, 2014

Marjorie Cuett Seguin’s paintings will be exhibited at the Consecon Art Space, 5 Store Street (red brick building with blue doors). Contact her by email at marjorie@ontariohistory.ca

Open

  • Weekdays  4:00p.m.  –  6:00 p.m.
  • Weekends  2:00p.m.  –  5:00 p.m.
  • and by appointment

 

 

PEC Transportation Survey…


 Prince Edward County Transportation Survey


The County Community Foundation (CCF), the Corporation of the County of Prince Edward Community Development Department and many other agencies and services within The County are looking  at the challenges of transportation within the Municipality and how they can be best addressed.

Please take a moment to fill out a transportation survey for us. Even if you don’t think this survey would apply to you, we would appreciate your feedback. We need to know how you travel now, what’s working well for you, what transportation struggles you have, if any, and if you would use a more public form of transportation system if it was available. The information gathered will be used to build on the services and transportation options already available in our community and to inform the creation of a plan to help people who live in Prince Edward County get where they need or want to go, affordibly and conveniently.Thank you for your participation.Transportation Survey :  We would like to obtain a good response from all areas of Prince Edward County.

Grace Nyman, Community Development Coordinator, The Corporation of the County of Prince Edward T: 613.476.2148 ext. 255  |  F: 613.476.8356