Town of Oakville February 11th thru 19th Upcoming Decisions, Discussions, &Debates

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Town of Oakville February 11th thru 19th Upcoming Decisions, Discussions, &Debates
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Every month Oakville councillors decide on issues which impact us. So to make it easier for you here are the Town of Oakville February 11th thru 19th upcoming decisions, discussions, and debates. There is more – much more, but here are the highlights.

Oakville February 11th thru 19th upcoming decisions

Planning Development & Planning

Feb 11th – Halton Region Council Chambers

  1. North Oakville School Update & Options using the Report from Planning Services Department,
    January 22, 2019
  2. Province of Ontario, Proposed Amendment to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe
    using the Report from Planning Services Department, February 5, 2019
  3. Livable Oakville (Official Plan Review) Council Sub-committee (January 14, 2019)

Administrative Services Committee

Feb 19th at 7:00 PM in Town Hall

  1. Forestry Services – Status of External Consultant’s Recommendations
  2. Updated Tree Protection and Tree Canopy Preservation Policy
  3. Fire Station 8 (Bronte Road – South of Dundas) Design and Construction

Community Services Committee

Feb 19th at 7:00 PM in Town Hall

  1. Bronte Village District Commercial Parking Program

Participation

Town councillors encourage the community to participation at meetings.

Are you interested in speaking?

You must contact the clerk’s office by noon the day of the Council Meeting. Call 905-815-6015 or by email – townclerk@oakville.ca to register.

Presenting to Council

You speak for up to 10 minutes, if required prepare 20 handouts.

For large groups choose one person to address your concerns.

If you are unable to attend the meeting contact your local councillor.

Even though town council has been elected, you can continue to impact decisions.

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