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Oakville opens door to photo radar program
28 March 2018
Last year's Safer School Zones Act lets municipalities use photo radar in school zones
The town has taken another step toward bringing photo radar to Oakville.
The community services committee voted on March 26 to receive a staff report on automated speed enforcement (photo radar) and directed staff to work with other Ontario municipalities and the Ontario Traffic Council to develop a photo radar program.
On May 30, 2017, the province passed Bill 65, the Safer School Zones Act, which permits municipalities to use photo radar to address traffic safety issues at designated school zones and community safety zones.
Oakville Hydro receives performance award
28 March 2018
Utility wins Electricity Distributors Association’s 2017 Performance Excellence Award
Oakville Hydro has received an award in recognition of its health and safety program and other recent accomplishments.
The local utility received the Electricity Distributors Association’s (EDA) 2017 Performance Excellence Award during a March 26 gala.
The award recognizes a local distribution company’s achievements in five categories including: health and safety, operational excellence, financial operations, conservation and demand management and contribution to the community.
Town moves to regulate Airbnb and short-term rental accommodations in Oakville
27 March 2018
Short-term rental accommodation operator must now have principle residence in same dwelling
The town has made changes to its zoning bylaws in an effort to regulate and govern Airbnb and short-term rental accommodations in Oakville.
The town’s planning and development council voted to make the changes during a March 19 meeting.
The term “short-term accommodation” typically describes rentals that occur over a short period (e.g. less than 30 days).
Town staff said the zoning bylaw regulates the types of properties that homeowners can rent as a short-term accommodation, and effective Nov. 1, a new licensing bylaw will require rental companies and rental hosts to be licensed with the town in order to operate.
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