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Posted On Friday, July 23, 2021

Please prepare a proposal for consideration pursuant to the attachment regarding the Municipality of Kincardine postponed Canada Day celebrations, renamed “Community Fireworks”, on September 11, 2021
Colleen Gillis– Canada Day Committee
Brad Kirkconnell – Canada Day Committee
Municipality of Kincardine
Municipal Administration Centre
1475 Concession 5, RR # 5
Kincardine, Ontario
N2Z 2X6
 
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Posted On Wednesday, July 21, 2021

 
Municipality of Kincardine Council is seeking input into the Election Process for the Deputy Mayor to be effective starting in the 2022 election. Public input will include a survey on www.KincardineTalks.ca opening Tuesday July 21, 2021 and closing on Thursday September 30, 2021. Please note that you do not need to register for KincardineTalks to complete the survey. 
Currently, the Councillor elected at large with the greatest number of votes becomes Deputy...

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Posted On Monday, July 19, 2021

 
 RFP No. CS 2021-01 
The Corporation of the Municipality of Kincardine Request for Proposal 
Municipal Modernization Funding – Procurement Policy and Procedure Review 
Proposal Packages can be downloaded from the Municipal Website www.kincardine.ca, attached below.
Proponents shall register their intent to participate with the Municipal contact identified in Part A, Section 
2.1 and/or check the Municipal Website...

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Posted On Sunday, July 18, 2021

Grey Bruce continues to see a significant number of COVID-19 cases with 99 per cent being the Delta variant. Therefore Grey Bruce is moving to a modified Step 3 with strong recommendations instead of regulatory orders to contain the spread of COVID-19. A slow and modified progression into Step 3 in Grey Bruce will reduce the risk of the current surge worsening. However, that may change to orders if control over the current surge is lost.
Please see the attached release...

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Posted On Thursday, July 15, 2021

The Ontario Government announced that the Province will move into Step 3 of the re-opening plan on July 16, 2021. This will permit the re-opening of indoor sports and recreational fitness facilities subject to a maximum 50 percent capacity of the indoor space, with physical distancing and other restrictions in effect including the active screening of all those that enter the facility for programs. Staff will ensure that Public Health directives are followed by patrons which include...
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