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County Council Highlights - April 3, 2019

By County of Lambton

Wyoming, ON – At its regular meeting Wednesday, April 3, 2019, Lambton County Council:

  • Heard an update presentation from Bluewater Health regarding the hospital's activities, plans and needs for the coming years.
  • Heard an update presentation from Bioindustrial Innovation Canada.
  • Received an overview of the Strategic Plan for the Intelligent Sarnia-Lambton Community Taskforce.  Council also reviewed the proposed schedule for the planned site visit from representatives of the Intelligent Community Forum in late April.
  • Recognized the work of volunteers in the County's three Long-Term Care Homes and Adult Day Programs in celebration of Volunteer Appreciation Week.
  • Was informed that Bill Bilton (Township of Dawn-Euphemia), Muriel Wright (Township of Plympton-Wyoming), and Jerry Westgate (Township of Warwick) will serve as their respective municipality's alternate member of County Council.
  • Authorized staff in the Cultural Services Division to undertake a Community Needs Assessment and Analysis regarding service hours of operation across the Division that includes the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery, Lambton Heritage Museum, Oil Museum of Canada, Lambton County Archives and Lambton County Library branches.
  • Struck an ad-hoc committee of Council to review and suggest changes to the Councillor Code of Conduct in time for Council's May 1, 2019 meeting.
  • Noted that Council will next meet in Open Session at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 1, 2019.

This article was posted Wednesday, April 3, 2019 1:57 PM


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