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Posted on May 1, 2019 in Conservation Areas, Environmental Education, General By Deborah Martin-Downs, Chief Administrative Officer, Credit Valley Conservation I learned early in my career the importance of the relationship between the land and water. How different geology, soils … Continue reading
Join Mayor Allan Thompson and Ward 1 Councillors Ian Sinclair and Lynn Kiernan for coffee and conversation. Join this interactive session and learn more from Town staff about the Transit Feasibility Study, the Traffic Calming Strategy and Broadband Connectivity. Ask … Continue reading
Belfountain Neighbourhood Watch and the BCO would like to invite you to participate in Belfountain Community Clean-Up Day Saturday, May 11th 9am to 11am Volunteers Needed! Get involved and make a difference! Invite your neighbours to get out and help … Continue reading
Belfountain has a Neighbourhood Watch Program. Click this link to find out more: http://www.belfountain.ca/neighbourhood-watch/ A new media release has been made by the OPP for Caledon. Officers from the Caledon detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating two … Continue reading
Development charges are new fees paid by developers to help cover the initial capital cost of infrastructure required to accomodate service growth. This infrastructure may include roads, sidewalks, recreational facilities, libraries, parks, fire stations and other infrastructure needed to support … Continue reading
The link below connects you to the YouTube video of Tim Gray’s presentation at the Belfountain Community Organization Meeting March 26th, 2019. Tim is Executive Director of Environmental Defence.
What we learned: Erin is expected to triple in size from 4,415 to 14,500 residents creating housing, industrial and commercial area, a school, new roads and a waste water treatment plant. Chemically treated effluent from Erin and Hillsburgh is proposed … Continue reading