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GOOD FOOD BOX IS BACK CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE
JOB POSTING - Economic Development Officer
RECREATIONAL T-BALL AND SOCCER FOR KIDS
Starting July 11 up to August 23, 2017
Tuesdays in Warren at the Ballfield and Wednesdays in Markstay at the Ballfield
from 6:15pm to 7:30pm
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Come Out And Have Some Fun
TEMPORARY BRIDGE CLOSURE IN MARKSTAY - THURSDAY. MAY 11, 2017 UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 (Estimated)
Mayor Steve Salonin meeting with MP Marc Serre at the FONOM Conference in North Bay on Thursday, May 11th, 2017
Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Markstay-Warren, during its Regular Meeting scheduled for May 15, 2017, will consider adopting the following:
• By-law for 2017 Water Rates,
• By-law for 2017 Sewer Rates,
• 2017 Tax Rate By-law (2017 Budget)
* By-law to amend the Property Standards By-law 2013-53.
A friendly reminder to all residents of Markstay-Warren
There is a weekly limit of 6 garbage bags with a weight limit of 35 lbs which came into effect in October of 2016. This change was put in place due to the increasing cost in providing this service. If you have bags left after your pick-up day then you had to many bags.
We appreciate your co-operation in this matter.
On your garbage pick-up day,
make sure your garbage is at the roadside by 9 a.m.
The Municipality of Markstay-Warren is seeking volunteers to sit on a
Property Standards Committee.
This committee forms part of the Property Standards By-law 2013-52. The purpose of this committee is mainly to hear appeals from residents
after an order has been served if so required.
Please submit your letter of interest including a short resume to Denis Turcot, CAO/Clerk,
21 Main Street South, Markstay, ON P0M 2G0
Markstay-Warren Public Library
Notice: Council will be considering a By-Law to amend By-Law 2001-02,
click here to view the proposed amending By-Law
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The Municipality of Markstay-Warren lies within the Sudbury East area, located along the Highway 17 corridor between the City of Greater Sudbury and the City of North Bay. It was created in 1999 through the amalgamation of the political townships of Hagar, and Ratter and Dunnet, the geographic township of Awrey, and portions of the geographic townships of Hawley, Street, Loughrin and Henry. The three major settlements within the Municipality are the village of Markstay, the village of Hagar, and the village of Warren