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Ward 4 Councillor Roger Lapworth resigns from Council

Ward 4 Councillor Roger Lapworth resigns from Council 29 March 2018

Ward 4 Councillor Roger Lapworth resigns from Council

Council must fill the seat by appointment within 2 months

Ward 4 Town Councillor Roger Lapworth has announced he will be resigning from Council for personal reasons effective March 30, 2018. 

“It is with much regret that I offer my resignation as Town Councillor for Ward 4,” Councillor Lapworth said. “It has been an honour to serve the residents of Ward 4 these past 12 years, and I want to thank my Council colleagues for their support during my time on Council.” 

Council will consider options to fill the vacant seat at its meeting on Tuesday April 3, 2018. Under the Municipal Act, Council must pass a motion to declare the seat to be vacant at its next meeting. An appointment to fill the vacancy must be made within 60 days of declaring the seat to be vacant.

Residents invited to weigh in on Oakville neighbourhood character bylaw April 19

Residents invited to weigh in on Oakville neighbourhood character bylaw April 19 29 March 2018

Residents invited to weigh in on Oakville neighbourhood character bylaw April 19

Council sets June target for passage for neighbourhood protection bylaw

OAKVILLE — The Town of Oakville is giving the public the opportunity to weigh in on a future it says is intended to protect the character of local neighbourhoods. 

Residents are invited to attend a public meeting on April 19 to give their thoughts on a proposed local variance criteria bylaw. 

Town staff said the bylaw seeks to better control changes that can be made in stable residential neighbourhoods by providing a scope as to what is considered a minor variance.

Oakville experiences 3.2% power reduction during Earth Hour

Oakville experiences 3.2% power reduction during Earth Hour 29 March 2018

Oakville experiences 3.2% power reduction during Earth Hour

Not Oakville's greatest Earth Hour effort, but not its worst

Oakville Hydro reports that during Earth Hour (Saturday, March 24), the demand for electricity in Oakville dropped by 3.2 per cent. 

Officials said this is the equivalent of turning off 390,000 light bulbs. 

The reduction is not quite as good as 2017’s results, which saw a power drop of 3.65 per cent. 

The year before (2016) Oakville saw a power reduction of 3.7 per cent.
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