Council News

Posted Thursday, November 30, 2017

Do you want to volunteer? Become a member of the Planning Advisory Committee
The County of Frontenac is seeking a community member for the Planning Advisory Committee.  The Planning Advisory Committee’s role is to provide recommendations to County Council on land use policy matters and applications submitted pursuant to the Planning Act which include, but are not limited to issues related to:
Land and property development including...
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Posted Thursday, November 30, 2017

Do you want to volunteer? Become a member of the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC)
The County of Frontenac is seeking a community member for the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC).
The CDAC assists the County in setting priorities for sustainability in the Frontenacs, implementing the visions outlined in Directions for Our Future, the Economic Development Charter & Implementation Plan, and the Trails...
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Posted Friday, November 24, 2017

Mr. John Weatherall receives Frontenac County 2017 Access AwardMr. Weatherall donated land on Wolfe Island to build a seniors apartment building there
Glenburnie, ON – Mr. John Weatherall received the County of Frontenac 2017 Access Award. Mr. Weatherall, who donated land on Wolfe Island to build a seniors apartment building there, received the award from Neil Allen, Chair of the Frontenac Accessibility Advisory Committee at the annual Warden’s Reception in Sydenham yesterday (Thursday November 23).
“Thanks...
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Posted Friday, October 27, 2017

Recommendations from Committee of the Whole to be debated at November 15 Council meeting  
Glenburnie, ON – Frontenac County completed two days of budget deliberations in Glenburnie this week. Held October 25 and 26, Council reviewed community projects, service level changes and business plans as presented by staff.
The budget meetings were held in Committee of the Whole, which although is comprised of...
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Posted Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Glenburnie, ON – The Frontenac Ambassador program is one year old and fittingly it has reached 100 members to mark the milestone.
What began in September 2016 as a way to encourage local businesses to promote the newly adopted Frontenac brand has evolved into a network of business owners and community organizations collaborating toward a healthy and vibrant economy in Frontenac.
 “I have heard first hand from some of our local...
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