Posted on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 05:43 PM
COVID-19 is a serious public health matter that we continue to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
Throughout the pandemic, town staff have worked diligently to deliver public services to the people of Wasaga Beach.
Earlier this month, the town announced a COVID-19 outbreak.
The town took all the proper steps to deal with the situation, as confirmed by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit and the Ministry of Labour.
The town wishes to thank the health unit and the South Georgian Bay Community...
Posted on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 05:05 PM
A post by Jeff Dennis, assisted by Judith Desormeaux and John Sare, circulating on social media, contains significant financial misinformation about the town.
The focus of the egregious post is financial information related to the twin-pad arena and library project, as well as other town initiatives such as the Main Street Bridge reconstruction project.
The town is setting the record straight. The town encourages all residents with financial questions about the municipality to contact the Treasury...
Posted on Thursday, October 21, 2021 06:36 PM
Faye Ego, as president of the Wasaga Beach Ratepayers Association, is making false and egregious statements in a letter to the organization’s members.
Ms. Ego’s misleading message is also circulating on social media.
In the correspondence, Ms. Ego states the town clerk has delayed until Nov. 23 a presentation to council of a petition calling for a halt to the twin-pad arena and library project.
This is not true.
Ms. Ego contacted the town on Sept. 10 to see if she could submit the petition.
Posted on Tuesday, June 08, 2021 04:29 PM
The municipality is redeveloping town-owned land at the main beachfront between Spruce Street and 3rd Street, commonly known as Beach Area 1.
The town-owned land at Beach Area 2, commonly known as the Municipal Picnic Area, is not proposed to be developed.
The town-owned parking lots at the beachfront came into the possession of the town many years ago.
In 2015, the town purchased the commercial properties.
This area was identified for redevelopment through the Downtown...
Posted on Friday, March 05, 2021 12:00 PM
Council updated the indemnification policy in 2020, first adopted in 2006.
The policy protects individual members of council, employees, and members of town boards from gaps in the town’s insurance program. The town’s liability insurance protects council as a whole.
During a person’s time on council, they might find themselves subject to a lawsuit or similar proceeding in connection with their duties as an elected official. The policy protects them in these cases, subject to certain limits...