The replacement of Arthur’s 30-year-old waste water treatment plant got a huge funding boost Tuesday.
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The Maitland Valley Conservation Authority will explain the changes at a meeting at the Harriston Community Centre on November 27th.
Both Minto and Wellington North report building activity in 2018 has been at a record-level.
The study will look at crosswalks, traffic signals, and possible changes to speed limits.
The Lynes Blacksmith Shop had been donated to Wellington North several years ago.
The Mount Forest Chamber elected its new board of directors, but is still looking for a president.
The total value of building permits issued for the entire year to the end of September climbed from $25.5-million last year up to $28.3-million this year.
Minto’s Treasurer says the increase is a reflection of the amount of new development in recent years.
Because of the growing population and increased traffic in Wellington North, one councillor says it’s time to identify problem areas for pedestrians, and do something about them.
The cannabis-growing operation will be located in an existing building adjacent to the North Wellington Landfill Site, between Mount Forest and Arthur.