One of the strongest tools the municipality has for controlling growth is sewage allocation in Mount Forest and Arthur.
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Wellington North may go ahead on its own to pay for repairs to the Highway 89 connecting link on the east side of Mount Forest.
The rebuild of Arthur Street East in Harriston, from the traffic lights almost to the public school, will start next spring.
Minto and Arran-Elderslie are on track to set records this year for building permits issued.
Mayor John Woodbury says council is looking for public feedback on the possibility of reducing the speed limit in Dundalk from 50 to 40 km/h.
Minto has been given a clean bill of health from its municipal auditor.
Wellington North is looking at ending this year with debt amounting to $2.3-million.
Minto is preparing for ‘Pride in the Park’ at the Palmerstion Lions Heritage Park on Saturday, July 13.
Tucker Industries plans to add a second facility in the Palmerston Industrial Park.
Minto is expected to grow by almost 4,000 people in the next 20 years, and will require 1,330 new homes.