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Changes to Recycling Collection The Town of Carleton Place Public Works Department would like to inform residents that effective June 1st, 2020 Emterra Environmental will be providing recycling collection and processing services on behalf of the Town.  Initially residents will not see any changes at the curb, however the Town will begin the transition to a dual stream process with alternating collection of paper products and other recyclable materials each week starting August of 2020.  Residents will be receiving a new yellow bin from Emterra and along with promotional information including a calendar to help
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Covid-19 - Update #72 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT UPDATES Today, the Ontario government made amendments to the Retirement Homes Act, 2010 regulation, enabling the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA) to better support seniors living in retirement homes during the COVID-19 outbreak.    As of June 1, backcountry camping will be available at Ontario Parks, including access points, paddle and portage routes and hiking trails. Ontario Parks will also be expanding day-use activities to include picnicking and off-leash pet areas.   As Ontarians continue to work and learn from home, the Provincial
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Covid-19 - Update #71 MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT UPDATES HHW & Compost Facilities - The Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Facility and the Compost Yard remain closed. Curbside collection of leaf and yard waste will continue and residents are encouraged to place their paper bags at the curb for collection.   Library Curbside Pickup – A reminder that the Carleton Place Public Library is now offering curbside pickup. Place your order by phone at 613-257-2702, by email or place a hold on the website. Wait for your notification that your materials are ready for pickup. When you receive your notification, contact
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Emergency Committee of the Whole Meeting Summary - May 28, 2020 Council held an emergency Committee of the Whole meeting this evening at 6:00 p.m. to continue discussions that commenced at the regular Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, May 26th for an extension of Development Permit DP3-04-2019 for McArthur Island by a period of time equivalent to the duration of the declared provincial COVID-19 emergency. After a lengthy in camera discussion with the Town’s solicitor, the following motion was passed in open session: THAT Council agrees to extend time for entering into a Development Permit Agreement with respect to DP3-04-2019 McArthur
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Covid-19 - Update #69
Covid-19 - Update #68
Council Meeting Highlights - May 26 2020
Library Now Offering Curbside Pickup
Boat Launch Season Pass Now Available
Covid-19 - Update #67
Covid-19 - Update #66
Covid-19 - Update #65
Dog Parks & Benches Open
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