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Posted Tuesday, October 15, 2019

OCWA staff have identified a watermain break at the corners of Elk and Hastings in Parkhill. In order to facilitate the repair, staff will be required to isolate the watermain(s) in this area. We apologize in advance of any disturbance this has with your water supply this evening as we correct the issue.
OCWA and North Middlesex staff are working diligently to correct the leak and restore your water as soon as possible but ask for your consideration over the next several...

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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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Posted Monday, September 09, 2019

North Middlesex LogoWastewater treatment in the community of Parkhill is currently provided by two lagoons, located north of the town, on Parkhill Drive. The lagoons are at capacity, which severely limits the amount of new growth the community can accommodate. New residential, commercial, and industrial growth must be connected to the Municipality’s sanitary system. In 2011, the Municipality took action to minimize stormwaterfrom entering the system to reduce average flow. A review of sludge...
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