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Public Notices

Community Recycling Centre

The Township of Malahide has entered into an Agreement with the City of St. Thomas for the use of their Community Recycling Centre.   Malahide Township will not be participating in a Hazardous Waste/Electronics Recycling Day in the future. Malahide Residents and Property Owners are now able to drop off their Hazardous Waste on Saturdays at the Community Recycling Centre.

Click here for the Brochure setting out Rules,Hours of Operation, Location, and Acceptable Material.

Leaf and Yard Waste

Leaf and Yard Waste Pick up is available in the Village of Springfield and Port Bruce.  2015 Pick up is scheduled for April 20 to May 15.  
 

There is no limit to the amount of leaf and yard waste that can be set out.  The program is NOT for waste items from farm or commercial or industrial operations.  The material MUST be set out in paper bags which weigh less than 22 kilograms (44 pounds) or bundled in lengths not greater than 1.2 m (4 feet).  Acceptable materials include:  leaves, sticks and twigs, garden plants, yard and garden trimmings.

Doors Open East Elgin 2015

The Township of Malahide is seeking local businesses, entrepreneurial establishments, tourist attractions and sites of historical & recreational interest to participate in
“Doors Open East Elgin 2015”  - Saturday July 11, 2015

For more information regarding this event please contact Allison at 519-773-5344 ext.222 or aadams@malahide.ca  Deadline to sign up for this one day event is June 1st 2015.

More information regarding Doors Open events throughout Ontario is available www.doorsopenontario.ca
 
This effort is a partnership between the Township of Malahide, the Town of Aylmer and the Municipality of Bayham to assist in the promotion of local endeavours at home and beyond our borders through the Doors Open program initiated by the Ontario Heritage Trust.

Greening Communities - Tree Program

Native tree seedlings are available for Malahide landowners at an affordable rate to help “green” the municipality.   
 
A minimum order of 20 trees is required and landowners must order species in quantities of 10.  Species available include: White spruce, Norway spruce, White cedar, White pine, Red maple, Sugar maple, Sycamore, Tulip tree, White birch, Eastern redbud and Red Osier dogwood.
 
Each tree is $3.00 or less and ranges in size from 30-100 cm depending on the species.
 
Contact your local Conservation Authority for more information about Greening Communities or for help in selecting species for your property.

Catfish Creek Conservation Authority
519-773-9037 or water@catfishcreek.ca
 
Kettle Creek Conservation Authority
519-631-1270 or betsy@kettlecreekconservation.on.ca

2015 Tree Order Form

Greening Communities Trees Available
 

2014 Election Results

 

FINAL SUMMARY OF ELECTION RESULTS

Municipal Elections Act, 1996 (s.11(4) 4)

I, Michelle Casavecchia-Somers, hereby certify that during the municipal election held on Monday, October 27, 2014, for the offices listed below, the certified candidates received the votes that follow their respective names:
 

 NAME OF CANDIDATE

OFFICE

VOTES

JIM JENKINS

DEPUTY MAYOR

955

MIKE WOLFE

DEPUTY MAYOR

1310

GEORGE STEENBERGEN

COUNCILLOR – WARD 1

185

MARK WIDNER

COUNCILLOR – WARD 1

370

MAX MOORE

COUNCILLOR – WARD 2

242

PAUL VANDERWYST

COUNCILLOR – WARD 2

167

RICK CERNA

COUNCILLOR – WARD 3

243

JAKE QUIRING

COUNCILLOR – WARD 3

205

TOM CHARLTON

COUNCILLOR – WARD 5

171

CHESTER GLINSKI

COUNCILLOR – WARD 5

318

CHRIS GOODALL

TRUSTEE – TVDSB

510

GREGORY GRAHAM

TRUSTEE – TVDSB

382

JOHN LAVERTY

TRUSTEE – TVDSB

313

DOUG SANDS

TRUSTEE – TVDSB

411

TERRI SNELL

TRUSTEE – TVDSB

536

JAMES TODD

TRUSTEE – TVDSB

624

TERRY CARROLL

TRUSTEE – LDCSB

108

BILL HALL

TRUSTEE – LDCSB

130

 

Dated this 28th day of October, 2014

 

 

Kidde Recalls Residential Smoke Alarms and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms

The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management advises that, on September 11, 2014, a joint notice by Kidde, Health Canada and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission was issued announcing that Kidde was recalling residential smoke alarms and combination smoke/CO alarms, models KN-COSM-IBACA, i12010S-CO-CA and i12010S-CA.
For more detailed information, please see attached document.

Shoreline Management Plan Open Houses

A series of Open Houses to detail work completed to date on the Elgin County Shoreline Management Plan are scheduled for the last week of August.
The County of Elgin, its shoreline municipalities and conservation authorities are undertaking a joint Shoreline Management Plan for the Elgin County shoreline. The management plan will establish accurate coastal hazard maps to assist stakeholders and regulators to evaluate future development permits and assess infrastructure at risk along the Lake Erie shoreline. An important part of the planning process is to inform the public and get feedback on these issues.
“Any landowner or tenant with property along the shoreline should consider attending an Open House,” says Elizabeth VanHooren, General Manager of Kettle Creek Conservation Authority (KCCA). “Erosion rates along this stretch of shoreline have been as much as 14 feet per year.” Three Open Houses are planned with each having an afternoon session from 2 – 4 p.m. and an evening session from 7 – 9 p.m.

  • August 26, 2014 EM Warwick Conservation Area, 26135 Warwick Line, West Lorne
  • August 27, 2014 Port Stanley Arena, 332 Carlow Road, Port Stanley
  • August 28, 2014 Port Burwell Legion, 40 Wellington Street, Port Burwell

Each session will start with a presentation from the consultant detailing the plan. The public will also be able to preview draft mapping and ask questions.

Please see full document here.

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