Committees of Council/Boards - Trent Hills

By: Trent Hills  09-12-2011
Keywords: economic development, Advisory Committee

Contact: David Rogers, Chief Building Official 
705-653-1900 ext. 242
The Accessibility Advisory Committee is mandated to increase public awareness of the accessibility plan and to advise Council on the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to access.

Economic Development Committee
Contact:  Lynn Phillips, Community Development Officer
705-653-1900 ext. 239
The Economic Development Committee is mandated to support and retain existing businesses, and tourism as well as attracting new business.

Hastings Hydro Management Committee
Contact:  Marg Montgomery
705-653-1900 ext. 240
The Hastings Hydro Fund is mandated to review and recommend application for the disbursement of funds available from the sale of the former utility.

Hastings Marina Management Committee
Contact: Jim Peters, Director of Planning
705-653-1900 ext. 234
The Hastings Marina Board of Management is mandated to advise and recommend on safe and efficient operating and service practices.

Project Advisory Team
Contact:  Mayor Hector Macmillan
705-653-1900 ext. 237
The Project Advisory Team consists of practicing or retired engineers and/or professional trades people.  The team reviews or provides input and direction on proposed capital and construction projects as needed on a volunteer basis. 

Rural Issues and Agriculture Committee
Contact:  Jim Peters, Director of Planning
705-653-1900 ext. 234
The Rural Issues/Agricultural Advisory Committee is mandated to review and advise on issues associated with rural/agricultural land, farming practices, and government policy.

Heritage Advisory Committee

Contact:  Jim Peters, Director of Planning

705-653-1900 ext. 234

The Heritage Committee is mandated to advise and assist Council on all matters relating to buildings and areas of architectural and historical significance.

Warkworth Revitalization Committee
The Warkworth Revitalization Committee (WRC) is responsible for providing community input and recommendations to Council regarding the upgrade and beautification of the village of Warkworth.
Contact:  Bryce Allen, chair
705-653-1900 ext. 239

Line Fences Committee
The Line Fences Committee meets on an as-needed basis to arbitrate disputes between neighbours involving the construction, repair or maintenance of a fence on a property boundary line.
Contact:  Marg Montgomery, Clerk
705-653-1900 ext. 240

Committee of Adjustment
The Committee of Adjustment meets monthly to discuss and approve or deny severance applications and minor variances.
Contact:  Liz Mitchell, Planning Assistant
705-653-1900 ext. 224

Property Standards Committee
The Property Standards Committee meets on an as-needed basis to hear appeals involving orders issued against an owner due to the standard or condition of a property.
Contact:  Marg Montgomery, Clerk
705-653-1900 ext. 240

Community Policing Committee
Contact:  Heather Bonsell

Fire Committee
The Fire Committee meets to review operations of the fire department, three stations and volunteers.

Police Services Board
Contact: Shari Lang
705-653-1900 ext. 248
The Police Services Board is a five member board consisting of (2) two Council Members, (1) one Community Representative and (2) two Provincially appointed Representatives.  The Board meets as required and works with the Ontario Provincial Police in setting up policing priorities for the Municipality.

Public Library Board
Contact: Donna Wilson, Head Librarian
The Public Library Board is set in place in accordance with the Library Services Act that consists of one (1) Council Representative, three (3) Community Representatives and three (3) School Board Representatives as appointed by their respective Boards of Education for setting up policies and priorities for the three (3) Public Libraries located in Warkworth,      Campbellford, and Hastings.

Cemetery Board
A board appointed by Council responsible for the administration, management, care, maintenance and improvement of the Warkworth and Stones Cemeteries.
Contact:  Shari Lang
705-653-1900 ext. 248

Rural Roadside Maintenance Committee

Buildings & Facilities Committee


Keywords: Advisory Committee, economic development

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