County News

Posted Tuesday, 20 July, 2021

James A Gifford CausewayPlease be advised that the County of Peterborough is proceeding with asphalt patching works on the James A. Gifford Causeway (County Road 14), from 300 metres east of Robinson Road to 900 metres east of Robinson Road, in the Township of Selwyn. Work will consist of asphalt placement, and new pavement markings. The County’s contractor, Coco Paving Inc., will start work on July 21, and is expected to complete the work by the end of day July 21. Please note that unfavourable...
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Posted Thursday, 03 June, 2021

The Corporation of the County of Peterborough has completed a Schedule “B” Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) for the proposed replacement of Girven Bridge (Structure No. 099026) and proposed retirement MacIntosh Bridge (Structure No. 099009). Please read attached Notice of Study Completion.

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Posted Tuesday, 01 June, 2021

Copy of Council Chambers (1)Take Notice that Peterborough County Council will hold two Special Council Meetings:
June 10, 2021 commencing at 9:00 a.m. to discuss Planning and Employment Lands; and
June 17, 2021 commencing at 1:00 p.m. to discuss Development Charges and Growth Analysis.
The Special Meetings will be held electronically and live streamed over the County’s YouTube channel.
Should you have any questions or concerns, or would like more information on how to watch the meeting...

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Posted Thursday, 27 May, 2021

Warsaw Swing Bridge ConstructionWhat to expect as construction concludes May 27, 2021, Peterborough, ON – Parks Canada would like to provide the public with information regarding the completion of the Warsaw Road Swing Bridge on Parkhill Road East in Peterborough.
The bridge has been closed over the winter months for a full replacement of the steel swing bridge structure, repairs to concrete abutments, and replacement of mechanical and electrical operating systems. As well, the project has brought...

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Posted Wednesday, 19 May, 2021

EORN NEW USE MELocal momentum continues to build for the Eastern Ontario Regional Network (EORN) Gig Project. Municipal heads of Council representing One hundred-four (104) municipalities from across Eastern Ontario have signed onto a letter urging the federal and provincialn governments to support the project, which aims toconnect homes and businesses across the region with ultra-fast internet speeds. The letter to federal Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development...
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