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June 19, 2020
Public Notice: Closure of Parts of Oxford Road 6 Road Allowance in Township of Zorra

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS, in accordance with Section 35 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and County of Oxford’s Public Notice Policy (Section 11.0, Closing a Highway)

Oxford County Council proposes to close a portion of the road allowance for Oxford Road 6, in the Township of Zorra, south-east of the intersection of Oxford Road 113 and Perth-Oxford Road.

A public meeting will be held, and a by-law will be considered for adoption at County Council on July 8, 2020. Written and/or verbal comments will be considered at the Council meeting noted.

Additional information concerning this Notice is available by contacting Mike Amy, Supervisor of Facilities. For further information and/or to submit written comments, please contact the Office of the Clerk.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, and to help prevent the spread of the virus, rather than attend the Council meeting, we are providing the following link to view the proceedings via live stream:

A recording of the meeting will also be posted on the Oxford County website following the meeting. It can be viewed at:

We welcome your comments and request they be submitted in writing to . All written comments received will be read aloud for Council’s consideration. Comments received may become part of the public agenda.

If you wish to speak as part of the virtual public meeting, we ask that you register ahead of time by contacting the Clerk’s office at 519-539- 9800 x3001 or Requests to participate in the meeting must be received by Friday, July 3, 2020. Details on participation in the meeting will be provided upon registration.

July 8, 2020
Virtual Council Meeting

Chloe Senior, Clerk
Oxford County Administration Building
P.O. Box 1614—21 Reeve Street
Woodstock ON
N4S 7Y3
519-539-9800 Ext. 3001

Mike Amy, FMP, SFP Supervisor, Facilities,
Public Works

Sign language and French language interpretation available with written notice to County Clerk at least seven days in advance of public meeting.

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