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Posted Thursday, December 05, 2019

The Ailsa Craig Water Storage Municipal Class Enviromental Assessment document is now available.  Please note that the document is currently under eview at the Ministry of Environment, Conservation & Parks.
Any comments, questions or concerns may be forwarded to:
Jonathan Lampman Infrastructure Supervisor Municipality of North Middlesex jonathanl@northmiddlesex.on.ca P: 519-294-6244 ext.223

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Posted Thursday, December 05, 2019

The Parkhill Wastewater Treatment Facility Municipal Class Enviromental Assessment document is now available.  Please note that the document is currently under eview at the Ministry of Environment, Conservation & Parks.
Any comments, questions or concerns may be forwarded to:
Jonathan Lampman Infrastructure Supervisor Municipality of North Middlesex jonathanl@northmiddlesex.on.ca P: 519-294-6244 ext.223


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Posted Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Municipal Enforcement Unit LogoThe Municipality of North Middlesex has engaged the services of the Municipal Enforcement Unit (MEU) for municipal by-law enforcement including Tidy Yards, Parking, Property Standards etc
Signed, written complaints (using Complaint Form or Email) must be on file with the MEU or municipal administration before an investigation into a non-compliance issue will commence.
Anonymous Complaints will NOT be investigated
Please visit the Municipal Enforcement Unit Facebook...

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Posted Thursday, October 03, 2019

The Community Development Fund Program is now accepting applications for financial support in 2020.  The deadline is November 30th at 12:00 p.m. - No exceptions to the date and time are considered.  Questions concerning this program may be directed to Jackie Tiedeman during regular business hours.

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Posted Monday, September 09, 2019

North Middlesex LogoThe Municipality of North Middlesex is supplied with potable water from Lake Huron. There is currently no built-in water storage facility within Ailsa Craig, which makes the community vulnerable to not having enough water available during scheduled or emergency repairs or maintenance to the Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System. The Municipality identified the need to develop a potable water storage strategy. This study provides the...
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