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Power Outage Update - May 24th, 2022 The Municipal Emergency Control group met this morning and will meet again tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. Staff will continue to share the latest information as it becomes available. Street Closures and Power Restoration – Public Works has been working with Hydro One to make the streets in Town passable. Hydro One has been in contact with the Town and they are working to restore hydro to customers as quickly as possible. Restoration will begin with the critical areas of Town, for example, the hospital, and water and wastewater treatment plants, as they are considered priority areas for
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Message from Mayor Black It looks like power has been restored to most of the community. I know how much of a relief this must be after a few stressful days. I would like to thank Staff, our CAO and all the residents for their patience. I recognize that this is not the end of our situation. Many households lost food supplies, missed work, and there is still a lot of debris clean-up ahead of us. We will continue to work with the community to ensure there are options for those who are experiencing food adversity, and assistance in the community clean-up efforts. I am proud that our residents and businesses
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Power Outage Update - May 23rd Windstorm Updates The Municipal Emergency Control group has met several times since the storm hit and will be meeting again tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. Staff will continue to share the latest information as it becomes available. Compost Yard - In order for residents to be able to dispose of yard waste from the storm, we are opening the Compost Yard at 128 Patterson Crescent for residents of Carleton Place (proof of residency is required) with additional hours as follows: Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 24th, 2022, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 25th, 2022, from 8:00 a.
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Message from Mayor Doug Black I want to start by thanking the community for their perseverance through these difficult few days. Council and I have been working closely with staff since the onset of the storm to ensure the safety and well-being of the community is priority #1. I want to thank the Carleton Place Fire Department, the Public Works Department, the Recreation and Culture Department, Town Hall staff, and my fellow Councillors for their efforts, and their families for their support. I ask for everyone’s patience as we continue to work to clean up the debris and provide critical services for our
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Other News
Power Outage - May 23rd Update
Storm Damage and Power Outages
Power Outage Update - May 22nd 2022
Construction Update - May 19th 2022
Community Improvement Plan Project Update
Victoria Day Waste Collection
Monitoring Wells Clarification
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Depot – Opening May 21st
Construction Update - May 12th 2022
FreeCycle Weekend
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