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Oakville council reiterates its commitment to Greenbelt following Ford statements

Oakville council reiterates its commitment to Greenbelt following Ford statements 1 May 2018

Oakville council reiterates its commitment to Greenbelt following Ford statements

Council says Greenbelt development would increase urban sprawl and local taxes

The Town of Oakville has reiterated its commitment to the Greenbelt following statements by Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford that he would open the preserved land up to development if elected. 

Oakville council voted unanimously Monday, April 30 to stand with its municipal neighbours to undertake continued action to maintain and grow the current Greenbelt. 

The Halton Region boasts a large area legally protected by Ontario’s Greenbelt.

Mayor 1st to register for election this fall

Mayor 1st to register for election this fall 1 May 2018

Mayor 1st to register for election this fall

Rob Burton became a registered candidate at 9 this morning

It would be an honour to serve the Oakville community as mayor again. 

On May 1, I registered to run for re-election on Oct. 22, 2018.  

Thank you to all who helped me qualify by endorsing my nomination as mayor. 


    If successful I will continue to deliver results for you

  • to protect Oakville as Canada's most livable town,
  • to defend our Glen Abbey decisions,
  • to save and even expand public greenspace,
  • to renew our downtown,
  • to move traffic with smart technologies and wider arterials,
  • to catch up on community facilities,
  • to protect stable neighbourhoods from unwanted intensification
  • by directing growth to our unanimously agreed growth nodes
  • to work to include everyone in our community's success,
  • to control growth, taxes, and debt to only what fits environmentally and economically.

Halton police roll out new primary Mobile Command Unit

Halton police roll out new primary Mobile Command Unit 26 April 2018

Halton police roll out new primary Mobile Command Unit

New vehicle part of $850,000 Mobile Command Unit Replacement Project

More room to work, greater technology and an information display monitor for the public are just a few of the features of the new Halton police primary mobile command unit. 

The 31-foot police vehicle, dubbed mobile command unit (MCU) #1, was unveiled Thursday, April 26, during a meeting of the Halton Regional Police Services board. 

MCU#1, which is now operational, is part of an $850,000 two-vehicle project initiated to replace the police service’s existing RV-style MCU.
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