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Posted On Friday, November 19, 2021

Barb Clumpus HeadshotNovember 11 th is traditionally a solemn but so welcome and well-attended event to honour with respect and gratitude, the sacrifices and hardships endured by so many to ensure the rights and way of life we enjoy in Canada today. I want to pay tribute to the members of Local Branch 32 of the Royal Canadian Legion who provided the opportunity to publicly remember and honour our veterans again this year but in a shortened ceremony due to the lingering effects of COVID-19. It...
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Posted On Friday, November 05, 2021

Barb Clumpus Headshot Happy November everyone. The days seem darker now, and we’ve already had a brief glimpse of that first snowfall, a reminder of what’s ahead. Time to pop on those winter tires and cruise down the newly completed Sykes Street. It has been a very long wait for our downtown business community, and I know the restaurants and interesting shops will be delighted to welcome everyone back – still, of course, mindful of health protocols and distancing but excited to build...
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Posted On Friday, October 29, 2021

Collected StyrofoamMunicipal Council has partnered with Transition Meaford to offer a one-year pilot program to collect expanded polystyrene for recycling. We encourage you to take advantage of the new recycling program and be a part of making a positive impact on the environment.
The benefit of recycling your polystyrene is that the collected material will go to an end user to repurpose the material into a new product. Although expanded polystyrene is picked up through the current waste...

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Posted On Friday, October 22, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2) I hope everyone has enjoyed these extended warm sunny days that finally allowed our rainbow crosswalk to be installed at the corner of Trowbridge and Sykes St. This colourful statement represents a welcome to all, and the acceptance of differences that we celebrate in this community. In addition, Council will now begin each meeting with a land acknowledgement in keeping with our commitment to promoting Truth and Reconciliation. 
The excitement of the children in...

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Posted On Friday, October 22, 2021

library1On Saturday, the Meaford Public Library hosted invited guests to see the results of its work at the new, fully accessible facility, located at 11 Sykes Street North, Meaford. Local MPP Bill Walker, Mayor Barb Clumpus, representatives from LGA Architectural Partners, a representative from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (which is an agency of the Government of Ontario), Sonja Glass, Meaford Public Library Board Chair, Mike Poetker, and CAO, Rob Armstrong, along with viewers who...
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