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City Services COVID-19 Update – What You Need to Know

Effective Monday, January 31, the Province of Ontario is easing public health measures. The Municipality will once again offer some in-person services with modifications to comply with provincial legislation. Here is an updated list of municipal services and offers. Municipal Administration Office at 21 Trowbridge Street West will be open to the public on January […]

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Municipal services affected by the return to the second stage

Starting this week, the province of Ontario has reverted to a modified version of the second stage of the roadmap for reopening in an effort to combat recent increases in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. In accordance with provincial requirements, effective immediately, all municipal facilities are closed to the public until at least January 26, 2022. […]

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Lockdown leads to closure of Stratford area recreation facilities

Breadcrumb Links News Local news The City of Stratford and the Town of St. Marys have closed local recreation facilities and adjusted some municipal services as the province returns to Stage 2 of its plan to reopen. Author of the article: Galien Simmons Stratford Town Hall (file photo) Content of the article The City of […]

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2021 Municipal Staff Service Appreciation and Recognition Award – Wawa-news.com

CEO / Chief Librarian, Colleen Abbott receiving her 5 Year Service Award from Mayor Ron Rody. City Council and employees came together to recognize and thank all the staff for their dedication and hard work. Five Years of Service Recognition Awards were presented to CEO / Chief Librarian Colleen Abbott as well as Manuela Batovanja, […]

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OPP investigated area politician for monitoring city municipal staff

Breadcrumb Links Local news Author of the article: Tyler kula • Sarnia Watcher Release date : November 30, 2021 • 6 days ago • 3 minutes to read • 6 comments Content of the article A Petrolia city councilor was among a group of people who repeatedly observed and photographed city workers at work amid […]

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Windsor transit disrupted as mandatory vaccination policy for municipal staff takes effect

A small group of protesters were outside Town Hall on Monday as mandatory proof of COVID-19 vaccination went into effect for all City of Windsor employees, council members, contractors and volunteers which are not exempt. In an afternoon press release, the city said the percentage of employees confirming vaccine status or approved accommodation had risen […]

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Shimao Services implements major strategies and launches municipal service manager to improve quality and efficiency

Friday, October 29, 2021, 5:21 p.m.Press Release: ACN Newswire In October 2020, Shimao Services Holdings Limited (“Shimao Services” or the “Company”; stock code HKEX: 873.HK), one of the leading providers of comprehensive property management and community life services in China, was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and successfully embarked on a new journey […]

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Valemount CAO chosen to lead Nakusp municipal government

Nakusp’s new executive director says the village struck him as special when he first came to British Columbia two decades ago. “For me, Nakusp has always been a very interesting place,” says Wayne Robinson. “It’s not a tourist community per se, but it attracts a lot of tourism. It’s a great mix between a community […]

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First Nation flag takes permanent residence outside Sooke Town Hall – Peninsula News Review

T’Sou-ke First Nation Chief Gordan Planes and Sooke Mayor Maja Tait hoist the T’Sou-ke First Nation flag during a town hall ceremony on Wednesday, September 29. (Contribution – Sooke District) First Nation flag becomes permanent resident outside Sooke Town Hall T’Sou-ke First Nation Flag Raising Ceremony Wednesday A new flag has taken a permanent position […]

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First Nation flag takes permanent residence outside Sooke Town Hall – Saanich News

T’Sou-ke First Nation Chief Gordan Planes and Sooke Mayor Maja Tait hoist the T’Sou-ke First Nation flag during a town hall ceremony on Wednesday, September 29. (Contribution – Sooke District) First Nation flag becomes permanent resident outside Sooke Town Hall T’Sou-ke First Nation Flag-raising Ceremony Wednesday A new flag has taken a permanent position outside […]

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The First Nation’s flag is permanently installed outside the Sooke Town Hall – Vancouver Island Free Daily

T’Sou-ke First Nation Chief Gordan Planes and Sooke Mayor Maja Tait hoist the T’Sou-ke First Nation flag during a town hall ceremony on Wednesday, September 29. (Contribution – Sooke District) First Nation flag becomes permanent resident outside Sooke Town Hall T’Sou-ke First Nation Flag-raising Ceremony Wednesday A new flag has taken on a permanent position […]

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First Nation flag takes permanent residence outside Sooke Town Hall – Victoria News

A new flag has taken a permanent position outside the town hall as a symbol of Sooke’s continued commitment to Indigenous reconciliation. A flag-raising ceremony on Wednesday sent a new flag in the sky, representing the T’Sou-ke First Nation. The First Nation flag flies alongside the flags of Canada, British Columbia and the District of […]

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City government and local Catholic school board to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Breadcrumb Links Provincial New Local News Canada Author of the article: Jennifer hamilton Release date : Sep 24, 2021 • September 24, 2021 • 3 minutes to read • Join the conversation Following the closing ceremonies for the seventh and final Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) event on March 29, 2014, participants marched from the […]

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City of Suwanee: Suwanee Mayor Jimmy Burnette inducted into Georgia Municipal Government Hall of Fame

08/11/2021 12:30 p.m. Five notable Georgia city leaders were inducted into the Georgia Municipal Government Hall of Fame at the Georgia Municipal Association’s annual convention in August, including Suwanee Mayor Jimmy Burnette. Burnette served Suwanee as mayor for ten years, and was previously a council member for 16 years. Burnette learned public service from her […]

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Some city services unavailable as Whistler continues to face cyber attack

City officials in Whistler, B.C. are keeping their low profile as they grapple with a nearly three-week-old cyberattack that has forced municipal emails and voicemail shutdowns and rendered a number of city services unavailable. Few details of what is called a “cybersecurity incident” have been released. A spokesperson for the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) […]

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Provincial pandemic restrictions impact municipal services

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Susan gamble The park’s playgrounds will remain open after the province rescinds a closure order. Photo of the exhibitor’s file Content of the article With new pandemic restrictions announced by the province on Friday, Brantford and the County of Brant announced additional closures of municipal services. […]

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A single contractor to manage several municipal services in Tampines as part of a new pilot project

SINGAPORE: In order to provide municipal services more efficiently, a single contractor will be appointed to manage these services in Tampines as part of a new pilot project. Services include cleaning of public spaces, tobacco or litter control, park maintenance and bird management. Announcing the pilot project on Thursday (March 4), State Minister for National […]

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Which municipal services are affected by the state of emergency? Greater Sudbury Discharge List

Following the province-wide Home Support Order, which took effect today, temporary changes to a number of Greater Sudbury municipal programs and services are expected to be in place until at least until ‘to Thursday, February 11, the city said in a statement. Press release. “The new COVID-19 modeling released by the province this week is […]

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Provincial lockdown closes municipal services in Dryden

The Town of Dryden is shutting down municipal services effective Saturday due to a province-wide shutdown. PRESS RELEASE CITY OF DRYDEN ******************* DRYDEN – Due to the province-wide shutdown, the Town of Dryden is advising the public that the following municipal services will be closing or modifying their service; Dryden Pool and Fitness Center closed […]

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Norristown OK lease for temporary office ahead of town hall renovations – timesherald

NORRISTOWN – Borough staff will soon have a new workspace as renovations take place at the town hall after local leaders authorized a lease agreement on Wednesday. City Administrator Crandall Jones presented the rental agreement between the Municipality and Norristown Center Condominium for the 10,774 square foot temporary administrative space, located in office 104 of […]

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Datasea selected by Harbin Municipal Government

NEW YORK, July 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Datasea Inc. (NASDAQ: DTSS) (“Datasea” or the “Company”), a technology company engaged in the provision of intelligent security solutions and the development of education-related technologies in China, announced that its subsidiary, Heilongjiang Xunrui Technology (“Xunrui”), has been selected by the Harbin Municipal Government of Heilongjiang Province to […]

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Tri-Port municipal government closures – North Island Gazette

City councils in the Tri-Port area continue to struggle and adapt to new realities of local government service delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Port Hardy, Port McNeill and Port Alice as well as the Regional District of Mount Waddington have taken steps to ensure continued, albeit sometimes limited, public access, as well as the uninterrupted […]

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MLA Hillier harassed municipal staff in Tay Valley, review finds

Breadcrumb Links Local News Chroniclers Author of the article: Kelly Egan • Citizen of Ottawa Release date : 06 Dec 2017 • December 6, 2017 • 3 minutes to read • Join the conversation Progressive Conservative MP Randy Hillier, Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington. SunMedia Content of the article Lanark Area MLA Randy Hillier has engaged in […]