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Posted On Friday, April 16, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2)We have been extremely lucky until now to have had very low case numbers in our area, that labeled us a “low risk area”, but as the Grey Bruce Health Unit saw a staggering over 70 new cases in a 36 hour period this week, Dr. Arra has declared a critical threshold and asked that we all step up and do what’s necessary to keep our community safe.
The Health Unit has redeployed staff from other areas, including the vaccine clinics and info line, to keep up with...

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Posted On Thursday, April 15, 2021

cdc-w9KEokhajKw-unsplashFollowing the announcement from the Grey Bruce Health Unit that our area has reached a Critical Threshold of COVID-19, the following Municipal services have been suspended in order to encourage everyone to stay home and limit outings to essential travel.
Meaford Public Library
The Meaford Public Library will be suspending curbside pick-up, computer and photocopying services until Monday, April 19. Only online library services will be available during this time.
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Posted On Tuesday, April 13, 2021

raul-de-los-santos-BjYCGlpfKrk-unsplash landscapeThe Municipality of Meaford’s Leaf and Yard Waste Depot will be reopening for the season beginning on Friday April 16, 2021.
Location: 157859 7th Line, Meaford
Hours of Operation:
Friday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. mid-April to mid-November (weather permitting)
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. mid-April to mid-November (weather permitting)
Items that can be disposed of include:
Leaves, grass, weeds, sawdust, wood chips, plants, small...

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Posted On Friday, April 09, 2021

20210409_145556The construction work currently being completed along Sykes Street between Bayfield Street and Collingwood Street is a project by Enbridge (Union Gas) to replace the below ground natural gas pipelines along this section of Sykes Street North.  Aecon has been contracted by Enbridge to complete the work and it is anticipated that gas main replacements will be completed in early May.
The work by Enbridge/Aecon will require temporary rotating closures of Collingwood Street,...

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Posted On Friday, April 09, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2)It’s hard to reconcile the high hopes we’ve had for warmer, sunnier days with dealing, yet again, with another Provincewide shutdown and Stay-at-Home Order. Thanks to the diligence of our residents who consistently comply with the public health protocols, Grey and Bruce Counties are experiencing the lowest rate of infection in the province, but in order to reach what is called “herd immunity” across the province, we, too, must follow Provincial orders. ...
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