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Bids Being Accepted - 2009 F150 CREW CAB 4.6L V8

FOR SALE -  2009 F150- CREW CAB 4.6L V8 - As Is - 413,057 km - 

The Municipality will be accepting offers in a sealed bid system. Bids can be dropped off in a sealed envelope at the municipal office at 199 Currie Road until 1pm September 24th.  Envelope to be labelled “113 Crew Cab Sale”. In envelope please include name, address, contact information, offer in Canadian Dollars. HST will be added to the bid price.

Bids will be opened on September 24th at 1:15pm in Council Chambers at 199 Currie Road open to the public.  Immediately following the bid opening we will attempt to contact the highest bidder. If no contact can be made within 24hours the bid will be rejected and the next highest bidder will be contacted. Once contacted payment in the form of cash, cheque or debit will be accepted at the municipal office, payment must be received within 5 business days of contact being made or the bid will be rejected, and the next highest bidder will be contacted. Truck must be removed from property within 10 business days of payment. After 10 days the truck will be delivered to address on the bid received at the owners expense.

For questions please contact Ryan Brown at 519-852-5279 or at rbrown@duttondunwich.on.ca

Press Release - Cancellation of the Strong Breeze IWT Project

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DUTTON DUNWICH COUNCIL CELEBRATES THE CANCELLATION OF THE STRONG BREEZE IWT PROJECT
Dutton ON, July 13, 2018

Mayor Cameron McWilliam joins with his citizens in celebrating the cancellation of the Strong Breeze Wind Farm project which was proposed for the community.  “We are pleased to see the PC government moving quickly on their election  promises. Premier Ford has demonstrated a sound fiscal decision expected from government” stated McWilliam.

McWilliam led the charge against the project for the municipality once the community, via referendum, stated overwhelmingly they did not want an IWT project in their community. It has been many years of hard work in an effort to stop the 57.5 MW turbine project owned by Chicago-based Invenergy from moving forward. 

Mayor McWilliam stated: “On behalf of the Municipality of Dutton Dunwich I would like to thank Premier Ford for cancelling the project, the Dutton Dunwich community members and staff who have, with Council, worked diligently to stop the project. We can now begin the healing process to move our community forward. I am excited to continue the good work for Dutton Dunwich and celebrate more accomplishments over the coming years.” says McWilliam.

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For more information, media only, please contact:
Laurie Spence Bannerman CAO
cao@duttondunwich.on.ca
T.519-762-2204

Congratulations Dutton Bantam who Qualified for the Championships!

Congratulations to the Dutton Bantam (U16) fastball team who recently qualified for the Eastern Canadian Fastball Championship being held August 16-19 in Antigonish, Nova Scotia!

The Association is seeking community support for any donation to help with the team travel expenses so all these great athletes representing our community can participate in the championship.

Please contact Jeff Woods at 519-762-0494.  No donation is too small.

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