Wellington North, Mapleton and Minto all support the Seniors Centre For Excellence.
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Agricultural and residential permits continue to lead the way in building activity.
Mayor Andy Lennox says the 0.4 per cent tax increase for most homeowners is “remarkably low”.
Council has approved a significant increase in the cost-per-acre of serviced industrial property.
There are currently signs on Hwy. 9.
A section of Hwy. 89 between Harriston and Mount Forest, in the vicinity of the Saugeen River bridge, has been closed.
Construction on Hwy. 9 between Clifford and Harriston will include work through the night.
The Province has predicted strong growth for Wellington North going from 12,000 to 17,000 by 2036.
Minto Mayor George Bridge is getting ready to host his 8th annual Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament.
The main street of Clifford will be under construction for most of the summer.