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Posted On Thursday, December 03, 2020

20201202_085311Due to continued erosion and wave damage at Fred Raper Park, Naturally Green Contracting will be onsite beginning Saturday, December 5th to complete additional remediation work. The work will include removing the play equipment to allow it to be stored and protected from damage through the winter, as well as additional stone work to protect the washroom infrastructure. Thank you for your patience as we complete this work. Please continue to exercise caution in waterfront areas.
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Posted On Tuesday, December 01, 2020

BayfieldUpdate - Bayfield Street has now been reopened.
Due to flooding caused by excessive waves, Bayfield Street is closed from Sykes Street to Collingwood Street. 
With continuing high winds and low temperatures, please excercise caution in all shoreline areas.

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Posted On Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Due to inclement weather, waste pickup normally scheduled for today in the Municipality of Meaford has been rescheduled.
Miller Waste made the decision to pull their trucks off the road today following the heavy snowfall that took place between Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. Those in area “G” that were scheduled to have recycling and organic waste picked up today are asked to hold on to their waste until their next regular pickup day on Tuesday, December...

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Posted On Friday, November 27, 2020

Barb Clumpus (2)The second wave of COVID-19 has arrived in the province and, as expected, the number of cases are rising throughout Grey Bruce. The difference this time around, is that we are prepared, we know what to expect, and how to protect our loved ones by complying with the basic protocols that have kept us safe over these many months. Because of that diligence we were in the “green” or prevent community spread level of the COVID-19 recovery framework, which encouraged...
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Posted On Thursday, November 19, 2020

Snowshoes 1Looking for outdoor activities this winter? Look no further than the Meaford Public Library!
With a generous donation from the Rotary Club of Meaford, fifteen pairs of snowshoes in various sizes have been purchased. These will be available to borrow at the new Meaford Public Library as of December 14, 2020. All you need is a current library card to borrow them.
“Meaford has so many great trails to explore in the winter, and it’s a great way to stay physically...

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