Blue Mountain Ratepayers' Association

No Fireworks at Budget Meeting

Originally Posted on January 25, 2017 by tsgiilck in News at Thornbury Paper  

January 2017 – Newsletter Highlight Edition

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TOWN BUDGET 2016 The Town of the Blue Mountains recently underwent an audit that revealed our books are in good shape and we are the envy of most provincial municipalities. In 2016 our municipal taxes will be going up a

Density and Bonusing

e-Blast Density and Bonusing February 26, 2016 Blue Mountain Ratepayers’ Association is seeking more predictability for both developers and residents in the planning approval process and is appearing on Monday afternoon February 29 at 2:30 pm before a Special Meeting

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

Mayor McKean makes his point and Sun Times “gets it”

Sun Times Jan 11 2015. Blue Mountains says half isn’t enough. The town’s council recently passed a motion requesting Grey County return to the lower-tier municipalities “100% of all funds” the county has been able to put into a reserve