2020 Draft Sewer and Water Budget
Staff presented the draft 2020 Water and Sewer budget to the public for comment at the October 8th Committee of the Whole meeting. The draft includes a recommendation for a 5% increase to water and sewer rates. This will result in a total charge of $935.68 per year for a residential property with one or two people; an increase of $44.52 per year (or $3.71 a month) over 2019 rates. The justification for the increase is primarily centered around an increase in the cost to undertake construction projects locally. Increased costs have had a significant impact on the long-term capital plan for
September 27, 2019
An application for a Class III Development Permit has been received for 75 Roe Street. The application proposes to construct a two storey, 1031.6 square metre NAPA Auto Parts business. SIGN NOTICE. Comments can be made at this link until October 27, 2019. Further information can be found on the Development Services - Planning Page.
October 10, 2019 - Development Services Dept.
Construction Update - October 10, 2019
The Town of Carleton Place together with AECON would like to inform residents of the following activities planned for the coming days:
AECON’s crews have now completed the underground portion of the High Street project and will begin replacing concrete curbs and sidewalks throughout the construction area with new concrete. Residents will be informed in writing by AECON when access to driveways will be limited.
Antrim Street & Queen Street South (Mary St. to Nelson St. E.)
AECON’s crews will be removing asphalt and concrete in the coming days. Once
October 10, 2019
Lanark County Social Housing
The Lanark County Housing Corporation (LCHC) is an organization owned by Lanark County, responsible for the administration and funding of social housing within the County and the Town of Smiths Falls. LCHC owns a total of 533 social housing units throughout Lanark County, including the properties located at 314 to 334 Joseph Street, 328 to 388 Pattie Drive, and 153 to 205 Edwards Drive, also known as JEP. In 2015 LCHC determined these properties had reached the end of their useful life and the JEP site would be redeveloped. To enable this process, as tenants moved from their homes the
October 10, 2019