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Correspondence Agenda - 2021/02/04 The Corporation of the Township of Malahide CORRESPONDENCE AGENDA February 4, 20217:30 p.m. Correspondence: AssociationofMunicipalities of Ontario - Watch FiledatedJanuary21and 28,2021.(PagesC3- 8) MunicipalityofGrey Highlands and Town ofGore Bay Resolutionrequesting theProvincetoaddress seven insurance issues includingreplacement of joint andseveral liability; andinvestigatetheunethical practiceofpreferred vendors. (Malahide Township Council supportedasimilarResolutionon January21,2021.) (PageC9-12) TownofPlympton-Wyoming and Municipality ofWest Nipissing Resolution requestingtheProvincetoaddress concerns regarding municipaldrainage matters and theneed for coordination withthe national railways. (Malahide Councilsupportedasimilar Resolution onDecember 17, 2020.)(PagesC13 -19) TownofPlympton-WyomingResolutionrequestingtheProvinceprovide longer turnaround times for deadlines on grantapplications.(Pages C20-22) MunicipalityofMississippi Mills ResolutionrequestingProvincetoreview Municipal Elections Act to provide Clerks with clarityinaddressingissues regardingadditionstothevoters list. (Pages C23-24) UnitedCountiesofStormont, Dundas & Glengarry,Township of South Stormont,and Township of North GlengarryResolutionrequestingthe Province to allow smallbusinesses to reopenimmediately with the required healthguidelinesandprotocols in placefor COVID-19. (PagesC25-27) Township of AugustaResolutionrequestingtheProvincetoreversetheir decision to closethe Ontario Fire College as it is one ofthebestandmost cost-effectivemethodsfor municipalities to train firefighters. (Pages C28-30) Township of South-WestOxfordResolution requesting theProvincetoallow municipalities to useAutomaticSpeed Enforcement (aka Photo Radar). (PageC31) CountyofPeterboroughResolutionrequestingtheProvincetodeployrapid testingintoLongTermCare facilities and commit to vaccinating all LongTerm CareResidentswithdose by February15.(PagesC32-33) TownofAylmerNoticeofPublic Meeting regarding 2 Minor Variance applications relating tothe property at142SouthStreetEast.(Page C34-35) MunicipalityofCentral Elgin Notice of Passingof Zoning By-law Amendments relating tothe following properties: -6738 Quaker Road. (PageC36) -45811 FruitRidge Line. (PageC36) 3 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:January 21, 2021 10:01 AM To: Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - January 21, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list January 21, 2021 In This Issue -Professional Engineers Ontario adopts Notarius digital signatures. -ROMA 2021 Conference. -Important information for registered ROMA delegates! -Notice of OSUM 2021 Annual Conference cancellation. -Automotive Parts Supply: Municipal Group Buying webinar. -Overcoming boredom during lockdown - LAS must-see shows. -Kraft Hockeyville nominations open: Deadline to submit your story is February 14. -Careers: Springwater, Sarnia, Brock, Amherstburg and London. AMO Matters Professional engineers can now use Notarius technology to apply a regulator-issued digital signature to engineering documents. AMO is pleased to learn that our partner’s digital signing solutions is now available to municipal engineers in good standing to securely sign documents remotely while maintaining the integrity of documents. Eye on Events Now only days away, the ROMA Conference will engage you in key issues on the municipal radar for 2021. Join your colleagues in getting in front of what is shaping up to be another extraordinary year. On Friday, January 22, you will receive an email with your ROMA Conference registration information, including: a link to access the conference, your unique credentials to log in and a link to a demo video on how to use the conference platform. You will be able to access the platform on Sunday, January 24. At the recent meeting of the Ontario Small Urban Municipalities (OSUM) Executive Committee, a decision was made to cancel the 2021 Annual General Meeting and Conference scheduled to be held in Brant County in spring of this year due to the ongoing impact and uncertainty of COVID-19. OSUM plans to connect with small 1 4 urban municipal leaders through webinars and communications over 2021. LAS Webinar February 10 at 10 am: We’re excited to add Automotive Parts Supply to our Municipal Group Buying Program. Register here to learn more about this new category and its supplier, NAPA Auto Parts. Save time and money while keeping your fleet on the move. Staying entertained during a pandemic can be a bit of a challenge. Check out this week's blog to see which shows LAS staff are watching to keep boredom at bay. Municipal Wire* The Township of Lucan, Ontario won the Kraft Hockeyville competition in 2018. The grand prize winner will have an opportunity to host an NHL preseason game and receive $250,000 for arena upgrades. Three-runner up communities will get $10,000 to purchase new hockey equipment for their minor hockey programs. To submit a nomination visit the Kraft Hockeyville website. Careers General Manager, Infrastructure & Operational Services - Township of Springwater. Reports to the Chief Administrative Officer. Apply online by visiting Springwater Careers and click on Apply Now to submit your cover letter and resume for Competition Number 2021-01. Closing Date: January 29, 2021. Note: Applications that are not submitted online will not be considered. Elections Manager - City of Sarnia. Reporting directly to the City Clerk, the successful incumbent will provide leadership in the preparation, coordination and management of all related activities for the 2022 Municipal Election. This is a contract position for a period of up to two (2) years. Candidates are invited to submit a resume in confidence to hr@sarnia.ca indicating “2021-04 – Elections Manager” by February 3, 2021. Director, Community & Protective Services - Town of Amherstburg. This position is responsible for the oversight of the Town’s Parks and Naturalized Areas, Recreation Services, Tourism and Culture, Municipal Facilities, and Fire Services divisions. For a detailed job description, visit Careers on the Town's website. Please submit a resume with a cover letter to Michelle Rose, Manager of Human Resources at resumes@amherstburg.ca on or before 4:30 p.m., February 9, 2021. Director of Finance & Treasurer - Township of Brock. This job posting, and the job description (to be updated), are available at Township of Brock Careers. Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume, which clearly describe how the candidate meets the qualifications, marked confidential, by no later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday, February 8, 2021 to: Dean Hustwick, Chief Administrative Officer, hr@townshipofbrock.ca. Director, Planning & Development Services - Town of Amherstburg. This position is responsible for the oversight of the Town’s Planning, Building Services, Licensing and Enforcement divisions, and for the administration of the Town’s police services portfolio. For a detailed job description, visit Careers on the Town's website. Please submit a resume with a cover letter to Michelle Rose, Manager of Human Resources 2 5 at resumes@amherstburg.ca on or before 4:30 p.m., February 9, 2021. Director, Anti-Racism & Anti-Oppression Unit - City of London. To view the full Position Brief, please visit KCI Talent. For more information about this exciting leadership opportunity, please contact Ellie Rusonik, Associate Vice President, Search +Talent or Samantha David, Senior Search Consultant at KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.) via email at CityofLondon@kcitalent.com. Please send a resume and letter of interest to the email address in previous sentence by February 15, 2021. All inquiries and applications will be held in strict confidence. About AMO AMO is a non-profit organization representing almost all of Ontario's 444 municipal governments. AMO supports strong and effective municipal government in Ontario and promotes the value of municipal government as a vital and essential component of Ontario's and Canada's political system. Follow @AMOPolicy on Twitter! AMO Contacts AMO Watch File Tel: 416.971.9856 Conferences/Events Policy and Funding Programs LAS Local Authority Services MEPCO Municipal Employer Pension Centre of Ontario ONE Investment Media Inquiries Tel: 416.729.5425 Municipal Wire, Career/Employment and Council Resolution Distributions *Disclaimer: The Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) is unable to provide any warranty regarding the accuracy or completeness of third-party submissions. Distribution of these items does not imply an endorsement of the views, information or services mentioned. Association of Municipalities of Ontario Please consider the environment 200 University Ave. Suite 801,Toronto ON Canada M5H 3C6 before printing this. To unsubscribe, please click here 3 6 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:January 28, 2021 10:01 AM To: Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - January 28, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list January 28, 2021 In This Issue -Municipal Information & Data Analysis System (MIDAS). -Book now for your 2021 Road/Sidewalk Assessment. -Our Municipal Group Buying webinars are back! -Peterborough County resolution concerning long-term care residents. -AMONTario Climate Change & Asset Management Conference. -Kraft Hockeyville nominations open: Deadline to submit your story is February 14. -Careers: Town of Hawkesbury and City of Markham. AMO Matters 406 of 444 municipalities in Ontario have now their 2019 Financial Information Returns (FIRs), and 444 have posted their 2018 FIRs, all available on MIDAS. Access to MIDAS is free and available to all Ontario municipalities, creating opportunities to generate reports and compare data. Browse the MIDAS brochure to see what it can do for you. To get access, email midasadmin@amo.on.ca. LAS Looking to improve your road assets in 2021? Join 93 other municipalities who have gotten a road or sidewalk assessment through LAS. Get the most from your budget dollars using objective information and state-of-the-art software. We’re expecting a busy 2021, contact us today to receive a no-obligation quote. Our popular bi-weekly webinar series is back this year! Keep your fleet in top shape with two new categories under our Municipal Group Buying Program. Join us on February 10 @ 10 am to learn about Automotive Parts (with NAPA), and on February 24 @ 10 am for Fleet Upfitting (with Commercial Truck). Municipal Wire* The Peterborough County resolution requests the Province of Ontario to take immediate steps to reduce the number of postive COVID cases and to save lives in 1 7 long-term care homes, including the deployment of rapid COVID testing and committing to vaccinating with the first dose, all residents of congregate senior living facilities by February 15, 2021. AMONTario’s Climate Change & Asset Management Conference will provide municipalities with tools to integrate climate change adaptation (resilience) and asset management planning. Starts on Feb. 22nd. More information and registration here. The Township of Lucan, Ontario won the Kraft Hockeyville competition in 2018. The grand prize winner will have an opportunity to host an NHL preseason game and receive $250,000 for arena upgrades. Three-runner up communities will get $10,000 to purchase new hockey equipment for their minor hockey programs. To submit a nomination visit the Kraft Hockeyville website. Careers Chief Administrative Officer - Town of Hawkesbury / Director Général - La Ville de Hawkesbury. A complete description of the position can be found on the Town's website. Please send your résumé and a detailed cover letter before February 12, 2021, to the attention of Marie-Claude Morin (by email to Marie- Claude.Morin@alternativerh.com).THE FIRST INTERVIEWS WILL BE ON FEBRUARY 22 & 23, 2021. Please do not phone or come to the office without being contacted. Director of Engineering - City of Markham. This is a unique opportunity to champion the City’s engineering, transportation planning and overall development framework serving the current and future residents of the Markham community. For more information on this Director of Engineering position, and to apply online by Sunday, February 14, 2021, please visit City of Markham Employment. Director of Environmental Services - City of Markham. A visionary leader, you welcome the opportunity to oversee the management of $6.45 billion of City infrastructure. You are equally energized about acting as the champion of Markham’s environmental strategies in waste management, environmental stewardship initiatives and public education. For more information on this pivotal role as Director of Environmental Services, and to apply online by Sunday, February 14, 2021, please visit City of Markham Employment. About AMO AMO is a non-profit organization representing almost all of Ontario's 444 municipal governments. AMO supports strong and effective municipal government in Ontario and promotes the value of municipal government as a vital and essential component of Ontario's and Canada's political system. Follow @AMOPolicy on Twitter! 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To unsubscribe, please click here 3 9 Page | 1 January 22, 2021 RE: Insurance Rates Resolution Please be advised that the Council of the Municipality of Grey Highlands, at its meeting held January 20, 2021, passed the following resolution: 2021-39 Moved by Tom Allwood, Seconded by Aakash Desai Whereas the cost of municipal insurance in the Province of Ontario has continued to increase with especially large increases going into 2021; and Whereas Joint and Several Liability continues to ask property municipality is found at minimum fault; and Whereas these increases are unsustainable and unfair and eat at critical municipal services; and Whereas the Association of Municipalities of Ontario outlined seven recommendations to address insurance issues including: 1.The provincial government adopt a model of full proportionate liability to replace joint and several liability. 2.Implement enhancements to the existing limitations period including the continued applicability of the existing 10-day rule on slip and fall cases given recent judicial interpretations and whether a 1 year limitation period may be beneficial. 3.Implement a cap for economic loss awards. 4.Increase the catastrophic impairment default benefit limit to $2 million and increase the third-party liability coverage to $2 million in government regulated automobile insurance plans. 5.Assess and implement additional measures which would support lower premiums or alternatives to the provision of insurance services by other entities such as nonprofit insurance reciprocals. 6.Compel the insurance industry to supply all necessary financial evidence including premiums, claims and deductible limit changes which support its own and municipal arguments The Municipality of Grey Highlands 206 Toronto Street South, Unit One P.O. Box 409 Markdale, Ontario N0C 1H0 519-986-2811 Toll-Free 1-888-342-4059 Fax 519-986-3643 www.greyhighlands.cainfo@greyhighlands.ca 10 Page | 2 as to the fiscal impact of joint and several liability. 7.Establish a provincial and municipal working group to consider the above and put forward recommendations to the Attorney General; Now therefore be it resolved that the Council for the Municipality of Grey Highlands call on the Province of Ontario to immediately review these recommendations and to investigate the unethical practice of preferred vendors who are paid substantial amounts over industry standards, despite COVID 19 delays, as insurance premiums will soon be out of reach for many communities and Be it further resolved that this motion be provided to the Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance, the Honourable Doug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario, the Honourable Bill Walker, MPP for Bruce - Grey - Owen Sound, and all Ontario municipalities. CARRIED. As per the above resolution, please accept a copy of this correspondence for your information and consideration. Sincerely, Jerri-Lynn Levitt Deputy Clerk Council and Legislative Services Municipality of Grey Highlands The Municipality of Grey Highlands 206 Toronto Street South, Unit One P.O. Box 409 Markdale, Ontario N0C 1H0 519-986-2811 Toll-Free 1-888-342-4059 Fax 519-986-3643 www.greyhighlands.cainfo@greyhighlands.ca 11 12 13 14 15 16 Resolution No. The Corporation of the Municipality of West Nipissing / 2021 / 11 La Corporation de la Municipalité de Nipissing Ouest JANUARY 5, 2021 Moved by / Proposé par : Seconded by / Appuyé par : ΅ /ƚǒƓĭźƌƌƚƩ —͵ 5ǒŷğźƒĻ Ά ΅ /ƚǒƓĭźƌƌƚƩ \[͵ {ĽƓĽĭğƌ Ά WHEREAS the Municipality of West Nipissing received a request from the Municipality of Southwest Middlesex seeking support for their resolution asking various levels of government to address concerns regarding municipal drainage matters and the need for coordination with the national railways; BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council for the Municipality of West Nipissing supports the Municipality of resolution seeking to address concerns regarding municipal drainage matters and the need for coordination with the national railways; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Council for the Municipality of West Nipissing also requests that the resolution be forwarded to the Provincial Minister of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs, Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Federal Minister of Transportation, the local MP and MPP, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, and all municipalities. YEAS NAYS DUHAIME, Yvon FISHER, Christopher LARABIE, Roland MALETTE, Léo CARRIED: ΅ ağǤƚƩ WƚğƓƓĻ {ğǝğŭĻ Ά ROVEDA, Dan WARD 7 (vacant) DEFEATED: SÉNÉCAL, Denis SÉNÉCAL, Lise DEFERRED OR TABLED: SAVAGE, Joanne (MAYOR) 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITYOF MISSISSIPPI MILLS 3131 OLD PERTH ROADPO BOX 400 RR 2ALMONTE ONK0A 1A0 PHONE:613-256-2064 FAX:613-256-4887 WEBSITE:www.mississippimills.ca January 18,2021 MinistryofMunicipalAffairs and Housing th 17Floor,777Bay Street TORONTO,ON M7A2J3 Attention:TheHonourableSteve Clark Re:Requestfor Revisions toMunicipal Elections DearMinister Clark, OnOctober20,2020theCounciloftheMunicipalityofMississippiMillspasseda resolutioninsupportofWollastonTownshipto review the MunicipalElectionsActandprovideamendments toprovideclearer,stronger wording, toassist municipal Clerks in addressing issues to allow for a moredefinitivedecisiontobemadewhenaddingnames to the voters list andto ensure that there is aclearandaccessiblewaytoreportelection fraudandthattherulesdescribedintheMunicipalElectionsActareactually enforceableevenifthere is notacurrentcaselaw. Acopyoftheresolutionisattachedfor your reference. Sincerely, Jennifer Russell Deputy Clerk jrussell@mississippimills.ca 613-256-2064 x 225 3131 Old Perth Rd, PO Box 400 Almonte, ON K0A 1A0 cc.Premier Doug Ford, Daryl Kramp, AMO and all Ontario Municipalities Attachment: Resolution No.421-20 24 COUNCIL RESOLUTION October 20, 2020 Resolution No421-20 Moved byDeputy Mayor Minnille Seconded byCouncillor Dalgity CW148-20 Info List Item #6 -Request for Revisions to Municipal Elections BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the Municipality of Mississippi Millsask Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Hon, Steve Clark, to review the Municipal Elections Act and provide amendments to ensure that loopholes are closed on any pay to play schemes in rural communities where non-resident electors are permitted to participate in elections so that $100.00 leases do not tum into ballots for garden sheds; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the Municipality of Mississippi Millsask the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Hon. Steve Clark, to review the Municipal Elections Act and provide amendments to provide clearer, stronger wording, to assist municipal Clerks in addressing issues to allow for a more definitive decision to be made when adding names to the voters' list; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, thattheCouncil of the Municipality of Mississippi Millsask the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Hon. Steve Clark, to ensure that there is a clear and accessible way to report election fraud; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the Municipality of Mississippi Millsask the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Hon. Steve Clark, to ensure that the rules described In the Municipal Elections Act are actually enforceable even if there is not current case law; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that support for this resolution be sent to Premier Doug Ford, Daryl Kramp, M.P.P. for Hastings-Lennox and Addington, all Ontario Municipalities and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario. I, Jennifer Russell, Deputy Clerk for the Corporation of the Municipality of Mississippi Mills, do hereby certify that the above is a true copy of a resolution enacted by Council. ________________________________ Jennifer Russell,Deputy Clerk 25 26 Subject: South Stormont Resolution -Support for Reopening Small Businesses Dƚƚķ ķğǤͲ CƚƩ ǤƚǒƩ ĭƚƓƭźķĻƩğƷźƚƓͲ ƦƌĻğƭĻ ŅźƓķ ĬĻƌƚǞ ğ ƩĻƭƚƌǒƷźƚƓ ƦğƭƭĻķ ĬǤ ƷŷĻ /ƚǒƓĭźƌ ƚŅ ƷŷĻ ƚǞƓƭŷźƦ ƚŅ {ƚǒƷŷ {ƷƚƩƒƚƓƷ ƚƓ WğƓǒğƩǤ ЋЉͲ ЋЉЋЊʹ Resolution No. 017/2021 Moved By: Councillor Guindon Seconded by: Councillor MacIsaac THAT the Council of the Township of South Stormont request that the Province of Ontario allow for small businesses to immediately reopen with the required health guidelines and protocols in place; and THAT this resolution be sent to the Premier of Ontario, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, MPP Jim McDonell, and circulated to all municipalities in Ontario. CARRIED YźƓķ ƩĻŭğƩķƭͲ Ashley Sloan, AMP Deputy Clerk Come see for yourself! Township of South Stormont 2 Mille Roches Rd., P.O. Box 84 Long Sault, ON K0C 1P0 Email: ashley@southstormont.ca Office: 613-534-8889 ext. 204 Fax: 613-534-2280 Like Us On Facebook 27 28 29 30 31 January 11, 2021 Premier Doug Ford Legislative Building, Queens Park Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 Dear Premier Ford: Speeding on provincial, county and municipal roadways continues to put the lives of Ontarians at risk. While we have access to several tools to help mitigate speeding traffic, the one tool that is currently not fullyavailable to us is Automatic Speed Enforcement(ASE) (aka Photo Radar). Over the past decade, in South West Oxford the vast majority of charges laid are for drivers travelling well in excess of the posted speed limit. The cost of providing police time for something that could be done through the use of technology is disturbing to our council. The Council feels that it would be far more effective to have police concentrate on other problems such as Break and Enters, illegal drugs and domestic problems. We need a way to address the poor behaviours and habits that are putting our citizens at risk and tying up much needed first responder resources that could be better utilized to improve the well-being of our communities. Speeding,particularly throughour small villages,creates community concerns for the safety andwellbeing of our children and other vulnerable members.We need your help. In keeping with this The Council of the Township of South-West Oxford duly moved and carried the following resolution at the regular meeting held on January 5, 2021: …RESOLVED that the Council of the Township of South-West Oxford provide direction to the Clerk to send a letter to the Premier, MPP Ernie Hardeman, AMO and all Ontario municipalities insupport of the use of Automatic Speed Enforcement (photo radar) by municipalities. Please help municipalities in the Province by passing the necessaryregulations for municipalities to use ASE (if they choose)that willbring about thedriving behavioural changes we need. W e look forward to your help with this issue. Yours truly, Mary Ellen Greb, CAO c.c. AMO, Honourable Ernie Hardeman,Ontario Municipalities 32 January 22, 2021 Sent via email The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca The Honourable Doug Ford, Premier premier@ontario.ca Dear Prime Minister Trudeau and Premier Ford: Re: Long-Term Care At its Special Peterborough County Council meeting held on January 21, 2021, County Council passed the following resolution: Whereas we need measures immediately to reduce numbers of positive cases and save lives in long-term care homes; and Whereas together we can make meaningful change that will directly result in saving lives of our most vulnerable seniors; and Whereas owners of Torstar published a letter in all of their publications calling for specific immediate steps as follows; Therefore be it resolved: that Peterborough County Council request the Province of Ontario to deploy rapid COVID testing into long-term care facilities to test residents and staff as soon as Health Canada approves it for widespread use, and commit to vaccinating with the first dose, all long-term care residents, retirement and other congregate senior living facilities by February 15, 2021 and if necessary Federal authorities deploy the military to help the Province to establish a vaccine tracking system to trace rollout facility by facility; and That the Province of Ontario restore mandatory inspections of long-term care homes and use transparent reporting on inspection results; and That the Federal and Provincial governments provide sufficient emergency funds to hire adequate staff, provide training and continue to enhance long- term care wages to what Quebec has done; and 33 Prime Minister Trudeau and Premier Ford January 22, 2021 Page 2 That the Province of Ontario continue the emergency rapid response task force to act quickly as emergencies are identified; and That Federal and Provincial governments appoint Federal and Provincial ombudspersons and establish a Health Canada regulatory authority to review all long-term care complaints; and That a copy of this resolution be sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, MP Maryam Monsef, MP Jamie Schmale, MP Phillip Lawrence; MP Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health, Premier Doug Ford, MPP Dave Smith, MPP Laurie Scott, MPP David Piccini and to MPP Merrilee Fullerton, Minister of Long-Term Care, MPP Christine Elliott, Minister of Health, City of Peterborough, Eastern municipalities. Should you have any questions, please contact Lynn Fawn, Manager, Legislative Services/Clerk at lfawn@ptbocounty.ca or 705-743-0380, ext. 2102. Yours truly, Katie Green Administrative Services Assistant Fax: 705-876-1730 Email: kgreen@ptbocounty.ca c: The Honourable P. Hadju, Minister of Health The Honourable C. Elliott, Minister of Health The Honourable M. Fullerton, Minister of Long-Term Care M.Monsef, MP, Peterborough-Kawartha J.Schmale, MP, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock P.Lawrence, MP, Northumberland-Peterborough South D.Smith, MPP, Peterborough-Kawartha L.Scott, MPP, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock D.Piccini, MPP, Northumberland-Peterborough South J.Kennedy, Clerk, City of Peterborough Association of Municipalities of Ontario 470 Water Street Peterborough Ontario K9H 3M3 Phone: 705.743.0380 Toll Free: 1.800.710.9586 www.ptbocounty.ca 34 UPXO!PG!BZMNFS!DPNNJUUFF! PG!BEKVTUNFOU OPUJDF!PG!QVCMJD!IFBSJOH QMFBTF!UBLF!OPUJDF!uibu!uif!Upxo!pg!Bzmnfs!Dpnnjuuff!pg! 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