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Posted by on Feb 13, 2017

BMRA On line Membership is Down - Please Mail in Form. Sorry for any inconvenience, we will update as soon as we are back online for membership renewals. We are also investigating remittance by email now. Thank you for your patience.

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Posted by on Feb 1, 2017

Newsletter February 2017 Now Available! Watch for your Hard Copy in your mail box with the Blue Mountains Review!

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Council Corner

Posted by on Feb 6, 2017

http://www.thornburypaper.ca/possibility-of-a-county-library-service-gets-cold-shoulder-from-town/

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Mission Statement

The BMRA is a not-for-profit volunteer group committed to the Town of the Blue Mountains succeeding as a residential, agricultural and four seasons recreational community. The Association seeks to represent all members of our community: full and part-time, urban and rural residents, as well as visitors. We encourage responsible decisions regarding land use and the protection of the natural environment. We seek excellence in community services, provide a forum for issues affecting our diversity and advocate for effective management of our Town’s budgets and finances within changing economic realities.

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April Newsletter and May 7 2016 AGM Invite

Spring 2016 Newsletter PB Apr 4 The latest BMRA Newsletter has been released for your viewing pleasure. Let us know if you have any comments and/or suggestions. Don't forget the BMRA-AGM is scheduled for May 7th with the business portion

Directors’ Message at the 2015 AGM– A year in Review

Your Ratepayers Association has had a very busy…and we hope you agree, successful year. Since saying goodbye to your Past President Michael Seguin at last year’s AGM, we can now welcome him as an elected Councillor. That is success. Along

McKean New Mayor of TBM

McKean new mayor of Town of Blue Mountains Paul Brian, Enterprise-Bulletin Monday, October 27, 2014 THE BLUE MOUNTAINS — The Town of Blue Mountains has a new mayor in John McKean. After a convincing win over opponent Duncan McKinley on

Mood for Change

The Blue Mountains' new mayor says results show 'mood for change' Collingwood Connection By Erika Engel The Blue Mountains elected John McKean as the town’s new mayor, and Gail Ardiel as deputy mayor. “I think there was a mood for

Our Town Needs Fresh Leadership

Download a copy of the mailer article pdf by clicking here

August/September Newsletter is now available

The August/September, 2014 edition "The View From Blue" has now been released for your viewing pleasure. Read and learn more about the candidates and the municipal election in both this edition (see blue button to the left) and the last

On line Membership is Down – Please Mail in Form

BMRA On line Membership is Down - Please Mail in Form. Sorry for any inconvenience, we will update as soon as we are back online for membership renewals. We are also investigating remittance by email now. Thank you for your patience.

TBM – New Official Plan – NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE – March 21, 2017

Notice of Prehearing Conference

E-Blast January 2016

The BMRA is sending this New Year’s eBlast to our membership with an optimistic message that having learned a few things through trial and error during 2015, we can now hopefully get on the same page in 2016 and work

Update from Mayor McKean

The Blue Mountains Mayor John McKean discusses the year, looks ahead to 2016 Source:  Thornbury Paper, Jon Svec Following the conclusion of Town of The Blue Mountains Mayor John McKean’s first calendar year in his new role, Mayor McKean sat

Promises Made , Promises Kept. Thank you Mayor McKean

My motion passed today  ( July 7 2015) at Grey County giving direction to County staff to begin talks with the Town of Blue Mountains staff, working out the details for TBM to be the pilot project for downloading county

Focus 5 Update – April, 2015

During the Fall 2014 election, the BMRA identified 5 issues which it felt should be addressed by the municipal candidates. These Focus Five issues helped crystallize voter preferences for change, and are still relevant today. With a new Council now