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By-law for governing the calling, place and proceedings of meetings
Draft Zero Poverty Plan, a transportation strategy for freight railways, the 2019 budget process, and Princeton wastewater servicing
Read more - Council this Week: Highlights from the June 13 County Council agenda
CAO (CS) 2018-16 - Appointment of Deputy Clerk
CAO 2018-14 - Leading Oxford County to a zero poverty future
CAO 2018-13 - Steel corridors of opportunity
Princeton class EA study update
Council this Week
Highlights include the Woodlands Conservation Bylaw, a refreshed human resources strategy and a delegation from the Future Oxford Partnership.
Agenda - V1
CAO (CS) 2018-10 - Appointment of Clerk
2017 Financial statements, pilot testing of driverless vehicles, EV charger study and more
Inn Out of the Cold operating agreement, 2018 tax policy by-laws, disposal of surplus land under the Housing First policy and more
Farm tax ratio reduction scenarios, Board of Health appointments representing Oxford, Elgin and St. Thomas, Paramedic Services Ten-Year Comprehensive Master Plan and proposed amendments to Blue Box Program
Funding for electric vehicle charging stations, Public Works annual reporting and an update on the Trans Canada Trail
Exploring new technology to reduce the amount of waste going to the County's landfill and a resolution asking for municipal-level approval for new landfill developments
Update on public health merger, annual water system performance summary reports, and progress on the 10-Year Shelter Plan
Regulatory changes for renewable generation facilities, delegations from UTRCA and Elgin St. Thomas Public Health, and more
New electric vehicle charging station in Zorra and Tillsonburg, the County's submission on Ontario’s food and organic waste framework, and more
Smart Cities Challenge, interim tax levy and next steps in public health merger
Regular Council reports on Official Plan review, Phase 2 of Hodges Pond restoration and more. Special budget meeting reports on court security and transportation costs, preliminary property assessment figures, and more
Regular meetings held on 2nd Wednesday of the month start at 9:30am. Meetings held on 4th Wednesday of the month start at 7:00pm.
Two meetings per month unless otherwise specified(*).
Written and/or verbal comments will be considered at public meetings. Written comments can be submitted to the County's Customer Service Desk located in the Oxford County Administration Building, 21 Reeve Street, Woodstock - P.O. Box 1614, N4S 7Y3.
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