Council approved a motion to proceed with the pathway lighting plan in Area B and Area D to be completed as Phase One of the project. Funding will be added to the 2018 Capital Budget from the Green Fund Reserve in the amount of $89,740.
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Devon RCMP detachment commander Sergeant Clifton Dunn was the special guest speaker at the May 8 Devon and District Chamber of Commerce meeting.
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The Tuesday, April 3 meeting of Calmar town council included a proposal regarding an update to the town’s Municipal Development Plan (MDP).
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Members of council reviewed the first quarterly council expenses report at the regular meeting on Monday night, April 9. Administration advised council that the report had been posted to the Town of Devon website.
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At their March 26 council meeting, Devon council gave first reading to Borrowing Bylaw 911/2018 to borrow funds for the development of 32 acres of land west of Highway 60, and the future construction of a recreation complex and other commercial development.
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Council received an update on the town’s new wastewater treatment plant upgrade at the regular meeting on Monday night, March 26.
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The Monday, March 19 meeting of Calmar town council included a request concerning that town’s Zamboni.
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Mayor Ray Ralph delivered his first state of the town address at the Devon and District Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting on Mar. 13.
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Several options for new parking in Voyageur park were presented to council at the regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 26. The potential parking options included construction of a parking lot on the west green next to the boat launch. This option includes two different sites on the west green and two different access points for the potential parking lot.
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Council unanimously approved all 2017 year end surplus transfers back into their various department reserve funds at the regular council meeting on Monday night, Feb. 12.
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