On Nov 10, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) issued a final ruling on implementing the OEB’s March 12, 2015 Decision (2015 Decision) to eliminate the Hydro One Networks Inc. seasonal distribution rate class. The 2015 Decision found that the Hydro One seasonal class was to be eliminated and existing seasonal class customers were to be moved to one of three Hydro One residential rate classes according to their density.
Implementing the Ontario Energy Board’s Decision to Eliminate the Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution Seasonal Rate Class
The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) determined that Hydro One’s seasonal rates class should be eliminated and existing seasonal class customers should be moved to one of three Hydro One residential rate classes according to their density.
The proposed Shoreline and tree preservation bylaw has been soundly defeated for the second time in five years! Thank you to all the members that took the time to voice their concerns to council regarding this aggressive bylaw.
Ontario’s earlier consultations and ongoing negotiations with the AOO have resulted in some changes to the package of Crown lands proposed for future transfer to the AOO.
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Madawaska Valley passed By-Law Number 2020-68 on the 7th day of July, 2020, under Section 34 of the Planning Act.
Information Update and Notification of Application for Chippawa Shores
Wood ash recycling presentation
Here follows info about draft amendments to the HH Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw No. 2004-035 as presented to Council by our Planning Department
The Chippawa Shores development meeting on Oct 15 was well presented and provided information that proactively answered a lot of questions.
A subdivision and condominium development is proposed for 190 acres which borders Madawaska River, Green Lake and Labrador Lake. A total of 54 lots with seven shared elements are proposed.