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NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION - Proposed 37m Self Support Telecommunications Tower

SUBJECT:

Type: A 37 m tall steel self support telecommunications tower.
Location: Pierce Street, Wallacetown, ON.
Facility: The facility will include mounted climb shields and a secured equipment cabinet around the base of the tower.
Safety Code 6: All carriers placing their equipment on the tower must adhere to Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 regarding radiofrequencies and maximum power input.
Site: The site will provide improved wireless voice and data services for residents and businesses in the surrounding area.

APPLICANT CONTACT:

Further information may also be obtained through the following contact:
TekSavvy Solutions Inc.
C/O: Tower Consultations
800 Richmond Street
Chatham, ON N7M 5J5
consultations@teksavvy.ca

ISEDC CONTACT:

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISEDC) is the governing body for installations of this type or telecommunication installation and can be contacted at: ISEDC, Western and Central Ontario District Office, 4475 North Service Road, Suite 100, Burlington ON, L7L 4X7, 855-465-6307, ic.spectrumcwod-spectredcoo.ic@canada.ca .

MUNICIPAL CONTACT:

Municipality of Dutton Dunwich, Tracey Pillon-Abbs, Planner, 199 Currie Road, ON, N0L 1J0, 519-762-2204, planning@duttondunwich.on.ca

WRITTEN SUBMISSION:

ANY PERSON may make a written submission to the individual listed as Applicant Contact by close of day June 10, 2019 with respect to this matter. Please reference site "Wallacetown" in correspondence.

SITE LOCATION MAP (NOT TO SCALE):

Highway 401 Closure

(ELGIN COUNTY, ON) - The Elgin County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to make the motoring public aware of a planned closure to Highway 401

This will occur on Saturday April 27, 2019 at 9:00 p.m. to Sunday April 28, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.

 

The closure will happen to both east and west bound lanes between Col Talbot Road to Iona Road. During this time traffic will be routed through Highway 3. The motoring public traveling west bound will go south to Highway 3 on Col Talbot Road. The motoring public traveling east bound will go south to Highway Three on Iona Road.

 

Elgin County OPP will be actively patrolling the detour route along with other members of the OPP to ensure the safe travel of community members and motorist during this time.

 

Dutton & District Lions buy Defibrillator

Press Release:  On Thursday April 18, 2019, the Dutton & District Lions were taught how to properly use and maintain their new defibrillator.

Ray Ormerod from the St Thomas Fire Dept. and head of the Elgin-St. Thomas St. John's Ambulance Service, conducted a professional and entertaining training session so all members would be able to utilize this life saving devise.

The purchase was made possible by the net proceeds of the LIONS Annual Valentines Fish Fry.

The unit will be installed in the LIONS Den which serves as both the Lions meeting venue and the food booth for the Sons of Scotland Park, in Dutton.

"With all the LIONS activities and the close proximity to the base-ball diamonds, soccer fields and pool area, this is a perfect location for this unit." stated Lion President Duncan McCallum.

Photo Left to Right - Lion President Duncan McCallum, Ray Ormerod - St John's Ambulance, Lion Robyne Burn (Fish Fry Committee) and Lion Peter Donaldson (Fish Fry Committee)

News Release - New Big Game Management Advisory Committee

News Release

Ontario Announces New Big Game Management Advisory Committee

April 17, 2019

The “BG MAC” of committees leading the Moose Management Review

The Ontario government is working for the people by listening to concerns from hunters on how the province manages its moose population to ensure sustainability and hunting opportunities for future generations.

Last fall, the government announced a review of moose management in Ontario. Today John Yakabuski, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, announced the Big Game Management Advisory Committee (BGMAC), tasked with advising on improvements to how the province manages moose and other big game including deer, elk and black bear.

"We have heard concerns from hunters that the current approach, specifically the moose tag draw system, is not working for hunters or ensuring sustainability," said Yakabuski. "We're acting on those concerns and delivering on our promise to make life easier for Ontario's hunters, while ensuring sustainable populations and continued hunting opportunities."

The committee consists of members with diverse knowledge and experience in moose management and quota review, moose hunting, tourist outfitter operations, and previous experience on wildlife advisory committees. The initial task of the committee will be to develop recommendations on moose management, with a focus on how quotas are developed, and how tags are allocated to hunters through the draw.

The Committee will be hosting six listening sessions open to the public throughout May:

  • St. Thomas - May 21, 2019
  • Peterborough - May 22, 2019
  • North Bay - May 23, 2019
  • Sault Ste. Marie - May 28, 2019
  • Thunder Bay - May 29, 2019
  • Dryden - May 30, 2019

Interested hunters, members of the public and organizations are invited to attend one of these sessions to share their perspectives to develop a path forward. More details on the location of these listening sessions will be posted at Ontario.ca/moose.

"Over the next two years, our goal is to make moose hunting fairer, more accessible and simpler for hunters. Work is already underway to make immediate improvements to online resources so that we can better communicate with hunters," said Minister Yakabuski. "As the review unfolds, we will continue to listen and engage hunters and stakeholders to help us improve how tag quotas are developed and distributed."

 

Community Centre Renovations - Update

From Thursday April 15 until approximately Friday April 26 the Kitchen, Meeting Room and Bar area at the Dutton Community Centre are unavailable as the next major phase of our Renovation Project is underway.

All Community Centre users directly impacted by these renovations have already been contacted.

Dance Class Schedule and Locations are as follows:

Monday April 15 – South Dunwich Hall, Wallacetown
Tuesday April 16 – WEDS Theatre, 199 Currie Road
Wednesday April 17 – WEDS Theatre, 199 Currie Road
Monday April 22 – South Dunwich Hall, Wallacetown
Tuesday April 23 – Lion’s Den, next door to Comm Centre
Wednesday April 24 – Community Centre Main Hall

For all other Community Centre Users there are no changes to your scheduled times and dates.

We do ask that no one enter any areas with “Do Not Enter – Renovations in Progress” signs posted at any time during the renovations.

Thank you for your co-operation and assistance.

 

Notice of Intent to Sell Property

A resolution of Council has directed the commencement of the process of disposition of surplus land, with the intent to sell and close a road allowance, for property legally described as Patterson Street, Plan 92 Dutton, Dutton Dunwich, being all of PIN 35126-0283 (LT) ("Patterson Street"), in the Municipality of Dutton Dunwich.

Community Centre Renovations - Update

From Thursday April 4th until approximately Sunday April 21st the Kitchen, Meeting Room and Bar area at the Dutton Community Centre will be unavailable as the next major phase of our Renovation Project will be underway.

All Community Centre users directly impacted by these renovations have already been contacted.

Dance Classes are relocated – on Mondays to South Dunwich Hall and for Tuesdays and Wednesdays to WEDS Theatre from April 8th through 17th.

For all other Community Centre Users, there are no changes to your scheduled times and dates. The only anticipated impact on the Main Hall area is that the Roll Up Door Systems that open to the Kitchen and Bar areas may be covered over at times during the renovation.

We do ask that no one enter any areas with “Do Not Enter – Renovations if Progress” signs posted at any time during the renovations.

Thank you for your co-operation and assistance.

 

 

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