We want your input, the Township of Scugog has prepared a survey related to the Broadband (Internet) initiative for Scugog Island. The link to the survey follows.
Copies of the survey will also be available at the Municipal Office (181 Perry St., Port Perry). If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-985-7346 ext, 116.
The Township of Scugog will host a Public Information Session regarding the Broadband (Internet) Project for Scugog Island on Thursday, November 26th at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers (181 Perry St., Port Perry).
Council and Staff will be present at the session.
The Council of the Township of Scugog and the Region of Durham will hold a joint public information meeting to provide interested parties the opportunity to make comments, identify issues and provide additional information relative to the subject applications submitted by Canterbury Land Development Corporation for the lands know as Former Canterbury Common Golf Course:
– Plan of Subdivision Application – S-S-2015-02
– Scugog Official Plan Amendment Application – SOP/02/2015
– Zoning By-law Amendment Application – Z/07/2015
Please click the link below for complete meeting notice.
TAKE NOTE that at the November 2, 2015 Council Meeting, Council passed a new Site Alteration By-Law, By-Law Number 62-15. A copy of By-Law 62-15 is available at the reception counter of the Municipal Office, 181 Perry Street, Port Perry, or by accessing the following links:
The GTAH Mayors and Chairs call on Federal Party Leaders to address infrastructure deficit. Following a meeting on Tuesday, October 6th of the Co-Chairs Mayor John Tory and Roger Anderson sent the attached letter to the Federal Party Leaders.
Now’s the time to Have Your Say about community safety issues, local policing priorities and the quality of police service in Durham Region.
As part of our ongoing commitment to service improvement, the DRPS is once again reaching out to the public and conducting a wide-ranging public opinion survey.
The DRPS wants to hear from you about issues that affect community safety and the quality of police services. The 49-question survey takes about 10 minutes to complete online. The feedback will be used to help guide operational priorities and support the direction of the next Business Plan.
The 2015 survey is now available online at www.drps.ca/ survey and will be available until December 31, 2015.
Central East LHIN invites local residents to complete an online survey at www.centraleastlhin.on.ca to share their experiences and provide feedback to assist LHIN to identify priority areas and action items for the next three years.
The Township of Scugog is accepting grant applications for events occurring between the months of January to March. All applications for events occurring between the timeline must be submitted by December 15th.
For more information, please click here.
The 2015 Final Property Tax Bills have been mailed. Due dates for the 2015 final tax billing are as follows:
- June 25, 2015
- September 25, 2015
Tax payments can be made in person, by mail, pre-authorized payment plan, and on-line banking. Interac is available for your convenience.
Failure to receive a tax bill does not excuse a taxpayer from the responsibility for payment of taxes, nor relieve the assessed owner of liability for any penalties or interest due to late payment.
If you have not received your tax bill, please contact the tax office at: 905-985-7346 ext. 102 or 106.
Port Perry - June 2, 2015
The Township of Scugog and the Scugog Professional Fire Fighters Association (SPFFA), the Association representing the Township's four full-time firefighters, have negotiated a four-year collective agreement. This agreement, which was within the Council's mandate, includes wage and benefit improvements for firefighters.
"We are pleased that we were able to reach a freely negotiated collective agreement with the IAFF and avoid arbitration," said Mayor Thomas Rowett. "This agreement respects the important role of our fire fighters and provides for labour stability".
"The parties worked together to address the needs of the community all the while continuing to address some important issues. We have shown that by working together agreements can be reached, avoiding arbitration which is costly to both parties and closing the wage parity gap that exists with our comparators," said Clint Walker, President SPFFA. "Our members play a critical role in keeping Scugog safe. We are pleased that Council recognized this with a collective agreement that includes clearer language and wage and benefit improvements."
The collective agreement includes changes to language to streamline the promotional process, some improvements to benefits, as well as retroactive wage increases and a future wage increase.
"In terms of the wage increases, we were in a position where there was a significant wage gap with other comparative fire departments. Had we not negotiated this agreement, we would have found ourselves in the costly hands of the provincial arbitration process with similar results. By freely negotiating this agreement, we save the costs of arbitration while having more say on the final outcome. We achieved this result in a professional and respectful manner with our local full-time firefighters and recognize the extremely important service they provide to our residents." Mayor Rowett acknowledged.
The new collective agreement was ratified by the IAFF Local 4679 on May 19, 2015 and by the Township of Scugog Council on June 1, 2015.
For additional information you may contact Mayor Tom Rowett at 905-985-7346 ext. 116 / email email@example.com and Clint Walker, President SPFFA at firstname.lastname@example.org.