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Posted by on May 24, 2017

We have spoken many times lately about collaboration with other Town Advocate groups in regards to working together with the BMRA for the benefit of all residents. I am pleased to inform everyone that a: Communications Panel has been formed

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Posted by on May 6, 2017

The Special Edition AGM May Newsletter is here! AGM May 2017 Newsletter

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Posted by on May 3, 2017

Originally posted by: By Patrick Maloney, The London Free Press on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 8:05:53 EDT AM Electoral reform: City council votes 9-5 to scrap first-past-the-post voting and make London a Canadian trailblazer. Get ready for ranked ballots. Despite opposition from

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Council Corner

Posted by on Apr 20, 2017

Grey County and The Blue Mountains are going to try and work out their differences without calling in a marriage counsellor. At its regular meeting on April 13, county council voted to create a special task force to study issues

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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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London Ontario to Use Ranked Ballots in 2018 Election!

Originally posted by: By Patrick Maloney, The London Free Press on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 8:05:53 EDT AM Electoral reform: City council votes 9-5 to scrap first-past-the-post voting and make London a Canadian trailblazer. Get ready for ranked ballots. Despite opposition from

Grey could discuss council composition!

Originally Published: By Denis Langlois, Sun Times, Owen Sound on Friday, April 28, 2017 4:15:27 EDT PM.  Grey County staff will soon poll council members to see if there is any appetite for cutting by half the number of elected officials at

County talks seem promising

County talks seem promising, Members of The Blue Mountains committee who made a presentation to county council last week say the dialogue seems promising. Councillor Michael Martin, who chairs the newly-formed committee examining the relationship between the town and Grey

Joint Communications Committee Panel

We have spoken many times lately about collaboration with other Town Advocate groups in regards to working together with the BMRA for the benefit of all residents. I am pleased to inform everyone that a: Communications Panel has been formed

Thank you for Attending Our AGM!

A sincere thank you to all who braved the rain and attended our AGM at the Marsh Street Centre. Special thanks to our Guest Speakers,  The Honourable Jim Wilson MPP, Simcoe-Grey and Dan Skelton President & Chief Operating Officer at Blue Mountain

Grey County and The Blue Mountains create task force to discuss issues

Grey County and The Blue Mountains are going to try and work out their differences without calling in a marriage counsellor. At its regular meeting on April 13, county council voted to create a special task force to study issues

New Library Concerns with County Involvement

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

Special Edition May 2017 Newsletter

The Special Edition AGM May Newsletter is here! AGM May 2017 Newsletter

Grey County to talk with Blue Mountains

By Rob Gowan, Sun Times, Owen Sound Thursday, April 13, 2017 3:37:34 EDT PM Grey County has agreed to work towards forming a task force to discuss concerns coming out of the Town of the Blue Mountains stemming from the