Blue Mountain Ratepayers' Association


Posted by on Dec 12, 2017

It’s Halliday season. Grey Highlands Deputy Mayor Stewart Halliday was elected as the 2018 Grey County Warden Tuesday night. Halliday was elected on December 5 at the inaugural meeting of Grey County Council, defeating Councillor John Bell, the Deputy-mayor of

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Posted by on Nov 28, 2017

Please see BMRA Newsletter and Pass Along to Friends. Newsletter_November

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Council Corner

Posted by on Dec 1, 2017

Please see link to view the Town's 2018 proposed Budget. Click on Link below 2018 Proposed Budget The 2018 Proposed Budget and Staff Report is available for review. The 2018 Proposed Budget provides for the same service level and the same services delivered at

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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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Summer Newsletter

The Summer Newsletter is now posted... click here   Deputation Form for download click here  

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First funds awarded for the Secondary Suite Grant Program

By T.S. Giilck HEATHCOTE – June 20 was an auspicious occasion for the Blue Mountains Attainable Housing Corporation as it handed out its first funds under the Secondary Suite Grant Program. A $5,000 cheque was presented to Meg and Mike

Interim library CEO hired to reduce staff workload.

By T.S. Giilck The decision to hire an interim chief executive officer (CEO) at the L.E. Shore Memorial Library was made to reduce the workload of staff, particularly Andrea Wilson, who had been filling the position since March. That was

June Newsletter

June newsletter hot off the press! click here