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Posted by on Sep 19, 2017

On Saturday, October 14th, the BMRA Board hosted a Free Public Round Table Workshop at the L.E. Shore Library. Refreshments were served and the event was open all residents of the Blue Mountains. It was great to have many friends, ratepayers and

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Posted by on Sep 2, 2017

Newsletter Fall The Let's Chat Fall Newsletter is available. Please click on PDF to view. Share with Friends!  

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Posted by on Oct 16, 2017

http://www.thornburypaper.ca/bmra-holds-public-forum/  

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Council Corner

Posted by on Oct 23, 2017

There is a Ontario Municipal Board Meeting in the Council Chambers Oct 25 at 10:30 am  The owner of the property at 209553 Highway 26 (across from Mac’s Milk) in Craigleith was turned down by Council for his request for a Zoning

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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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