Augusta Council conducts road tour to look at road work being proposed by staff in the 2019 Augusta Matters by Mayor Doug Malanka On Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019, CAO Morrison and Public Works, Mike Riberdy conducted a road tour for Council to give Council members an opportunity to observe first-hand what road maintenance projects consistent with … Continue reading “Augusta Council conducts road tour to look at road work being proposed by staff in the 2019”

Augusta Council receives the Township’s Augusta Fire Rescue 2018 Annual Fire Report Augusta Matters by Mayor Doug Malanka At its regular meeting of Council held on April 8th, 2019, Council received the Township’s Augusta Fire Rescue 2018 Report for information.  The Report which will be posted on the Township’s web site and residents interested in the … Continue reading “Augusta Council receives the Township’s Augusta Fire Rescue 2018 Annual Fire Report”

River Watch 2019

Following the spring high water levels on the St. Lawrence River in 2017, Augusta Township initiated a River Watch newsletter in 2018. Periodic emails from the municipality informed subscribing riverfront property owners of water levels on the river during the April/May period. The municipality is considering initiating the same newsletter for 2019 if water levels … Continue reading “River Watch 2019”

Augusta gets feedback on its portion of the joint Business and Retention and Expansion (BR&E) carried jointly by the Counties and participating Municipalities

Augusta gets feedback on its portion of the joint Business and Retention and Expansion (BR&E) carried jointly by the Counties and participating Municipalities Augusta Matters by Mayor Doug Malanka On March 19, 2019, members of Augusta Council, County and Municipal Staff and Business Owners and Operators in Augusta attended a session held at the MERC Hall … Continue reading “Augusta gets feedback on its portion of the joint Business and Retention and Expansion (BR&E) carried jointly by the Counties and participating Municipalities”

Augusta Township Council sets out its intention to pass the new building by-law to narrow the gap between expenditures and revenue

Augusta Township Council sets out its intention to pass the new building by-law to narrow the gap between expenditures and revenue Augusta Matters by Mayor Doug Malanka Augusta Township conducted an evaluation of our building services fee schedule through a comparison with area municipalities.  The review revealed that the current Building By-Law fees that Augusta Township … Continue reading “Augusta Township Council sets out its intention to pass the new building by-law to narrow the gap between expenditures and revenue”

Council looks to replenish its 2019 Budget reserves through a 1.99% levy increase

Council looks to replenish its 2019 Budget reserves through a 1.99% levy increase Augusta Matters by Mayor Doug Malanka Back on February 5th, 2019 Augusta Township Council began its 2019 budget deliberations.  Council agreed at that time that CAO Morrison would conduct a line‑by‑line review of his 2019 budget proposal.  The line‑by‑line review continued February 12th … Continue reading “Council looks to replenish its 2019 Budget reserves through a 1.99% levy increase”

Congratulations to the Leeds and Grenville Small Business and Trade show organizers and participants

Congratulations to the Leeds and Grenville Small Business and Trade show organizers and participants Augusta Matters by Mayor Doug Malanka Over the past years, Augusta Township, the Town of Prescott and the Township of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal jointly sponsored an annual Business Showcase Exhibition.  This year the three partnership municipalities jointly agreed to stand down on this year’s … Continue reading “Congratulations to the Leeds and Grenville Small Business and Trade show organizers and participants”