Posted on October 20, 2020 01:42 PM
Christmas in Pelham changes on their way
Pelham's annual holiday event, Christmas in Pelham, will look slightly different in 2020 than in previous years. Approved by Council on Monday night, the 2020 event will have an expanded event footprint, putting physical distancing requirements, controlling the number of participants, and modeling similar to the successful 2020 Pelham Farmers Market layout and protocols in place.
The other key element...
Posted on October 06, 2020 02:55 PM
Active Transportation Committee update
Chair of the Pelham Active Transportation Committee (PATC) Bea Clark presented an update to Council, highlighting the PATC Master Plan and the Committee's four main priorities. Clark noted that the Master Plan requires regular review and assessment to ensure progress, reflect changing conditions, update budget planning, and ensure milestones are met and celebrated. In 2018, Council approved a review...
Posted on September 23, 2020 10:14 AM
Councillor Wayne Olson swears oath of office
Newly elected Ward One Councillor Wayne Olson swore the oath of office for Pelham Town Council on Monday night. Olson, who won the recent by-election held on September 15, participated in his first meeting as a member of Council. Welcome to Councillor Olson.
Updates on social gatherings
Fire Chief and CEMC Bob Lymburner updated Council on the most recent numbers and updates on COVID-19. Notably,...
Posted on September 09, 2020 12:57 PM
Recreation programming on the horizon
In a verbal update, CAO David Cribbs informed Council that programming at the Meridian Community Centre (MCC) would be ramping up by the end of the month. Programs including shinny, public skating, ladies learn to play hockey, pickleball, and Brock's fitness class are likely to resume by the end of September, while seniors learn to skate, fitness, and chair yoga, are on their way for October.
Posted on August 27, 2020 03:57 PM
Traffic safety devices in the budget for 2021
Council approved the initiative in principle and referred the purchase of traffic safety devices for consideration in the 2021 Roads Capital Budget.
Staff recommended the installation of eight 12 inch solar-powered flashing yellow warning lights along Effingham Street between Regional Road 20 and Regional Road 69. Four lights will be installed to warn drivers of an approaching intersection...