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The Town of Penetanguishene uses this page to post various notices of public interest, public consultations, and request for proposals and invitation for tenders.

Public Notices posted prior to October 2013 can be found in the Public Notices Archive.

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Posted Tuesday, June 27, 2017

TOWN OF PENETANGUISHENE
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
POYNTZ STREET AND BELLISLE ROAD
GAS MAIN INSTALLATION
 
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
 
Dear Resident:
This notice has been issued by the Town of Penetanguishene Public Works Department on behalf of Enbridge Gas Distribution to inform you that a new gas main will be installed, by directional boring, along Poyntz Street from Main Street to Bellisle Road and on Bellisle Road from...

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Posted Thursday, June 15, 2017

Notice of Intention to pass an Amending
By-law To Remove a Holding “H” Symbol
In accordance with Section 36 of the Planning Act R.S.O 1990 c.P.13., Council of the Town of Penetanguishene on Wednesday, June 28 th , 2017 intends to pass a Zoning By-law amendment to remove a Holding “H” Symbol from the Zoning By-law.
The lands affected by the proposed amendment are municipally known as 125 McArthur Drive and are currently zoned Shoreline...

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Posted Thursday, May 25, 2017

TOWN OF PENETANGUISHENE REQUEST for PROPOSAL REF # 2017 – BROWNFIELDS
ECOLOGICAL AND HUMAN HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT FOR THE OJIBWA LANDING BROWNFIELD
IN THE TOWN OF PENETANGUISHENE
ADDENDUM NO. 1
  This addendum has been issued by the Town of Penetanguishene Public Works Department to revise and clarify selected sections within the original request for proposal (RFP) document.
The following sections are to be revised within the...

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Posted Thursday, May 25, 2017

TOWN of PENETANGUISHENE
                                                                                   
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Posted Friday, May 19, 2017

ADDENDUM 1: May 31, 2017 
ADDENDUM 2: June 6, 2017
The primary objective of the Corporate Efficiency Review is to have an external consultant review the Town’s service delivery, operational processes and organizational structure. Recommendations and opportunities developed as a result of this review should be designed to provide assistance to Council and Management in improving levels of efficiency and effectiveness as well as internal alignment of the organization,...

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