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Council Highlights

"Council Highlights" offer a summarized list of decisions made at each Township of Warwick Council meeting. "Council Highlights" is normally posted within 24 hours of a Warwick Township Council meeting. See the complete agenda and minutes from Warwick Township Council for more detailed background information.

Council Highlights

WATFORD, ON – At its regular meeting on Monday, January 21, 2019, Warwick Township Council:

  • Received notice from the Administrator/Clerk that the Booster Pumping Station constructed on Zion Line was brought online on January 17, 2019
  • Heard a presentation from Todd Case and Tony Plaus providing a request from the Watford Legion for annual funding from the Township for $2,000. The request was referred to 2019 budget deliberations.
  • Heard a presentation from Eugene Burgin on the condition of Hickory Creek Line and a request to improve the condition of the road. The request was referred to 2019 budget deliberations.
  • Directed staff to prepare a report for Council on proposed next steps for review of existing Township policies on severances for the next regular Council meeting on February 11, 2019.
  • Approved the establishment of a Deputy Mayor position to act in the absence of the Mayor on an as needed basis.
  • Received and filed report CL-03-19 – Retail Cannabis Stores in Warwick Township and thereby opted in to allow retail sales in the municipality.
  • Approved the occupational health and Safety Policy for the Township of Warwick for 2019.
  • Approved the cancellation of the contract with Local Authority Services (LAS) for closed meeting investigations.
  • Approved a Strategic Asset Management Policy for the Township of Warwick.
  • Directed staff to prepare correspondence to all adjacent residents on McGregor Street and Nauvoo Road to update on the work completed at the Scenic Court Subdivision/
  • Awarded the Confederation Line and Nauvoo Road PXO’s Tender to Birnam Excavating for $108,807.01 Plus HST.
  • Awarded the tender for the Hall Drain 2018 be awarded to AG Hayter for $41,245.00 plus HST.
  • Approved the resolutions requested by Bluewater Power, as outlined in their letter dated December 10, 2018 re: Warwick Electricity Holdings Incorporated; and direct the Mayor and Administrator/Clerk to sign and execute the resolutions.
  • Approved by-law 1 of 2019 to authorize borrowing for the Township of Warwick.
  • Approved by-law 2 of 2019 to authorizing the interim tax levy or the Township of Warwick.
  • Approved by-law 3 of 2019 to appoint a Deputy Clerk.
  • Approved by-law 4 of 2019 to amend the Township’s public members appointment by-law.
  • Approved by-law 5 of 2019 to renew lease with Canada Post.
  • Noted that a Special Council meeting on the 2019 Budget will take place on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. at the Warwick Community Centre, 7074 Egremont Road.
  • Noted that the next regular Council meeting will take place on Monday, February 11, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. at the Warwick Community Centre, 7074 Egremont Road.

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Amanda Gubbels                                           Jackie Rombouts
Administrator/Clerk                                       Mayor
Township of Warwick                                      Township of Warwick
Phone: 519-849-3926 / 1-877-849-3926         Cell: 519-464-3634
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