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TBM seeks federal funding to assist with parking woes

TBM seeks federal funding to assist with parking woes

TBM is applying for a federal grant to assist in creating new parking lots and installing webcams near trailheads
Grey County council meetings will soon be available on Rogers TV

Grey County council meetings will soon be available on Rogers TV

County council meeting will begin streaming on Rogers TV beginning on March 11
Two new cases of COVID-19 reported in the Blue Mountains today

Two new cases of COVID-19 reported in the Blue Mountains today

The health unit is now reaching out to those aged 80 and over to arrange vaccinations against COVID-19
Thornbury Pier repairs on track for the summer season, says town official

Thornbury Pier repairs on track for the summer season, says town official

TBM is also planning to remove the old boat launch that sits adjacent to the pier
Grey Bruce Health Unit reports second COVID death

Grey Bruce Health Unit reports second COVID death

A woman in her 70s died this afternoon after being hospitalized with COVID-19
TBM drops $3.45M on west-end property

TBM drops $3.45M on west-end property

The town is in the process of purchasing two lots equal to about 13 hectares at 125 Peel Street in Thornbury
TBM considers creating impound lot to allow town to establish tow-away zones

TBM considers creating impound lot to allow town to establish tow-away zones

Mayor expecting influx of visitors in summer says the town 'needs the ability to tow' vehicles that are parked illegally
Blue Mountains town hall reopens Monday

Blue Mountains town hall reopens Monday

Library and museum still operating on curbside and virtual service only
Grey Highlands approves ‘21 budget with a 1.5 per cent tax increase

Grey Highlands approves ‘21 budget with a 1.5 per cent tax increase

Grey Highlands council and staff debated the 2021 draft budget for more than 40 hours
Grey Highlands residents can expect 50% increase on water/wastewater bills by 2026

Grey Highlands residents can expect 50% increase on water/wastewater bills by 2026

The plan is to increase both rates by 10 per cent a year for five years