The Erin Pit Expansion Zoning By-law amendment application is for lands of 309 acres stretching from Winston Churchill Blvd. to Shaws Creek Rd., south of the Elora-Cataract Trailway to the north side of the West Credit River.
A staff report (report number 2020-0016) pertaining to the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit the “Erin Pit Expansion – Caledon Side” gravel pit (Town File: RZ 17-02) is being brought forward to a Planning and Development Committee meeting, which will be held at Council Chambers, Town Hall on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, starting at 7 p.m.. It is a public meeting.
A copy of the agenda and staff report is available on the Town of Caledon website at: https://www.caledon.ca/en/Calendar/Meetings/Default.aspx?_mid_=21613.
The recommendations of the Committee will then be considered for adoption at the Town Council meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020.
For more information on the proposed gravel pit, please visit the Town of Caledon website at: https://www.caledon.ca/en/townhall/aggregates-erin-pit.asp.
St. Mary’s CBM will be hosting an “informal” public meeting at the Alton Legion Hall, 6 – 9 p.m. on March 25th, 2020.
The meeting is regarding a 400-acre quarry between Cataract Road and Mississauga Road, just south of Charleston Sideroad.
1267 Queen Street
As soon as the official invitation comes through it will be distributed
Check you dance cards because Thursday, February 6th, 7:30 (ish) JP Cormier will be performing at the Higher Ground Café!!!! https://www.jp-cormier.com/
If you hand any instrument to JP, he can play it. His work on the guitar is mind boggling, but then he picks up a fiddle and he will blow you away. Repeat with mandolin, bass, banjo and who knows what else. He’s also a music producer, song writer, singer and a master storyteller. He loves dogs and whisky, he speaks for soldiers and first responders, and he has a gift for capturing his audience and leaving them shaking their heads with wonder.
Want to spend an evening with JP? Tickets are $25, as per usual. Easiest way is simply to send an e transfer to email@example.com. You can also drop off money directly to Higher Ground, but make sure you put it in an envelope with your name and the number of tickets you want.
The Belfountain Community Organization’s Annual General Meeting is this Wednesday January 15th at 7 p.m. at the Belfountain Community Hall.
Belfountain Community Organization (BCO)
Annual General Meeting 2020
- BCO Board of Directors Elections will be held:
- January 15th, 2020
- Belfountain Community Hall
- Calls for Nominations have been:
- Rules for the Election Procedure
- To be able to stand for election, must be a registered resident of Belfountain or environs
- To register, please provide your address, telephone number and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Nominations must be received 48 hours in advance of the AGM
- Must be present for the meeting and agree in writing to serve on the board
- No proxies will be accepted.
2020 BCO AGM Agenda
Thank you to everyone that attended the community potluck dinner. This is such a wonderful time of year to catch up with friends and family and the potluck dinner is a great place to do it. The food selection was absolutely incredible.
We need to give a great big shout to the community for your support and generosity last night. Working together makes a huge difference.
Belfountain Community Organization
The Belfountain Community Christmas Potluck is now sold out.
Do you have a crazy Christmas sweater or hat? It is time to dig it out of the back of your closet and wear it proudly to the party on Saturday. Show off your style. Learn something new about your neighbours as you see them in all their finery.
See you soon !