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2023 Budget Public Presenation A public meeting on the proposed 2023 budget was held on Tuesday, February 7th, 2023, during the Committee of the Whole meeting. Council is proposing a 2.29% levy increase which represents an increase of $46.99, or $3.92 per month, based on a home assessed at $289,000 which is the median home value in Carleton Place for 2022. The public will have the opportunity to provide input on the proposed levy increase until 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 14th, 2023. The Treasurer’s budget presentation is available for review. Please email tmcconkey@carletonplace.ca with any comments before
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2022 Annual Review The 2022 Departmental Annual Review for the Town of Carleton Place is now available for viewing online. Each department gives an overview of significant projects undertaken in 2022 and a look at what is scheduled to be undertaken in 2023.
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Construction Update – January 26th The Public Works Department would like to remind residents that weather, staffing, and supply of materials can impact the construction schedule.  Activities anticipated for the upcoming week include the following: Central Bridge Despite the winter weather conditions, Louis Bray’s staff are continuing with the final components of the Central Bridge Reconstruction project. Now that the concrete pillars have been poured, next week’s work plans include the removal of forms for the last pillars, railing installation, and additional work for the bridge’s decorative lighting system.
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Significant Snowfall Event Environment Canada has issued a Snowfall Warning for our area with heavy snowfall anticipated to begin today. The weather forecast is currently indicating we could receive upwards of 15 to 20cm of snow which may be intense at times. Public Works staff are currently preparing for this weather event and our priority is to ensure our staff can clear our streets and sidewalks in a safe and efficient manner. We are asking for everyone to be patient and understanding while snow removal operations are underway. Residents can help our Public Works staff by doing the following: Please keep
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Other News
Carleton Place receives over $500,000 in funding from FedDev Ontario through Canada Community Revitalization Fund
2023 Draft Budget – Departmental Presentations
New Year Message from Mayor Toby Randell
Carleton Place Fire Department Responding to Large Structure Fire
Waste Collection Delayed
Lanark County - Declaration of Significant Weather Event
Pool Closing at 1:00 p.m. Today
Holiday Greetings from Mayor Randell
Carleton Place Public Works Department Prepares for Significant Snowfall Event
Town Hall Closed on Friday, December 23rd, 2022, Due to Weather
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