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Annual General Meeting
SEPTEMBER 11, 2016
8:30 - 10:30 AM
5078 Rice Lake Drive, Bewdley, ON K0L 1E0
Please join us for breakfast and our first annual general meeting of the CCHT!
Please contact Cathie Houston (Phone: 905-342-3794 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gwen Barnes (Phone: 905-396-5332 Email: email@example.com) for tickets. $10 each (includes taxes and gratuities)
Dave Austin, owner of Rhino's, will donate $7 for each meal to Community Works in Bewdley
(Community Works provides food and clothing as well as a small quantity of toys, linens and other household items to families in Hamilton Township, as well as the surrounding area, in need.)
YOU MUST BE A CCHT MEMBER TO ATTEND.
June 21, 2016
Mr. Arthur Anderson
Chief Administrator Officer
Township of Hamilton
RE; Municipal Water Operations, Hamilton Township
As you are aware Council will be reviewing the Water Plan developed by the Township after July 01, 2016. In light of the impact this evaluation and subsequent decision of Council to continue to provide Municipal Water Services, the CCHT ( Citizens Council of Hamilton Township ) is requesting that you provide us with the following information.
Without Prejudice: From The Citizens’ Council of Hamilton Township
What is the value of maintaining the existing investment in trained staff, direct accountability, quality infrastructure, financially sustainable, and internal control of a vital municipal service?
We would hope that Hamilton Township households that are connected to the municipal water supply, would soon be receiving a questionnaire or an invitation to a public meeting from Hamilton Township Council, to provide their input on how they want the water services provided in the future.
WITHOUT PREJUDICE: Mayor Lovshin: Can you please define "minor" for us?
The exclusive interview with Mayor Lovshin as reported by Northumberland Today on May 2nd cannot go without comment from the Citizen's Council of Hamilton Township (CCHT).
The interview was in relation to a report by Amberley Gavel of the investigation into past conduct of the Mayor and Council. The report conclusions state in part;
"Amberley Gavel has concluded that Council for Hamilton Township breached the open meetings requirements of the Municipal Act and the provisions of the Township's Procedural By-law when meeting in Closed Session under section 239 of the Municipal Act on March 12, 2015, specifically when it continued to meet in the absence of the Acting Clerk and failed to properly allow for a record of the full proceedings of the Closed Session." (Amberley Gavel report here).