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Posted Thursday, January 23, 2020

Official Plan Approval Announcement We are pleased to announce that the Town's New Official Plan was approved on January 9, 2020, excluding an appeal impacting one privately owned property.
 
The New Official Plan has been considered by Council and the public through a series of discussion papers, public consultation events and Council decisions. We are excited to be moving into the next decade with a new land use policy document to guide and manage the Town's growth and development.
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Posted Thursday, January 23, 2020

Request for Tender 2020-01
Janitorial Services
The Town of Penetanguishene is seeking tender submissions from competent and qualified Proponents to provide janitorial services for Town facilities as specified in the tender document. 
  Request for Proposal 2020-02
Recreation Centre Needs Assessment, Location and Feasibility Study
The Town of Penetanguishene is seeking proposal submissions from competent and qualified Proponents to complete...

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Posted Thursday, January 09, 2020

The Town of Penetanguishene Roads Division will be commencing snow removal operations along Main Street and the defined critical areas tonight, Thursday January 9th, 2020.  These operations will be starting at  12:00 midnight  and will create vehicle noise which may disturb residents in the affected areas. 
Please refrain from leaving unattended vehicles on the street that may negatively affect snow removal operations. 
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Posted Thursday, January 09, 2020

Penetanguishene's Townhall Canadian flag is being lowered to half mast in honour of the victims of the Ukrainian jetliner that crashed in Iran on Wednesday, killing all 176 people on board.  Of the 176 passengers on board the plane, 63 were Canadian. 

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Posted Monday, January 06, 2020

Animal Welfare Poster Ministry of the Solicitor General TORONTO —Yesterday, the Provincial Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) Act came into force, creating the first fully provincial government-based animal welfare enforcement system in Canada. Ontario now has the strongest penalties in Canada for people who violate animal welfare laws.
"People care about the welfare of animals and so does our government," said Solicitor General Sylvia Jones. "We committed to creating a strong, new system...

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