Members of the 2018-2022 Orangeville Council were sworn into office December 3rd by Justice Richard Schwarzl.
Sandy Brown elected as Orangeville's new mayor and Andy Macintosh as the new Deputy Mayor.
Council passes motion to encourage the elimination of plastic straws.
A multi-purpose health and lifestyle centre is under construction at the Alder Recreation Centre, with Humber College contributing $150,000 towards the project.
Canada Day celebrations run from 12-5 p.m. at the Alder Recreation Centre on July 1, with fireworks lighting up the sky over Island Lake at 10 p.m.
The 2018 budget highlights include significant capital investments and the addition of eight full-time firefighters.
Council to consider the matter at its next meeting.
The new strategic plan identifies actions and priorities for the corporation.
For second time, Town is awarded costs in court case.
Policing decision ends with 4-3 vote.
Award presented for advancing awareness and actions for accessibility.
The Town Hall closes at 4 p.m. during the summer months.
OPS to present information to Council on April 3, 2017.
The presentation of OPP costing will be in Council Chambers, with overflow audience in the Opera House.
The community is invited to a flag-raising event in Dragonfly Park on February 15.