North Dundas Council meeting, Sept. 8, 2020

Watch the full proceedings, above.

WINCHESTER — Council engaged in a lengthy discussion Sept 8 with the township’s new public works director, Khurram Tunio, about a proposed snow-clearing policy to take effect this winter. Council also approved several thousand dollars in additional spending for Tunio’s department, though Deputy Mayor Al Armstrong assured taxpayers it won’t have an effect on tax rates as the money is coming out of reserves.

Council similarly approved Tunio’s request to close a couple of roads in South Mountain to truck traffic — a possible first for the township.

In this replay from the session earlier this evening, North Dundas Council meets Sept. 8, 2020, with all in attendance except Councillor Tyler Hoy. Council engaged in a lengthy discussion with the township’s new public works director, Khurram Tunio, about a proposed snow-clearing policy to take effect this winter. Council also approved several thousand dollars in additional spending for that department, though Deputy Mayor Al Armstrong assures taxpayers it won’t have an effect on tax rates as the money is coming out of reserves. Council similarly approved Tunio’s request to close a couple of roads in South Mountain to truck traffic — a possible first for the township.

Councillor Tyler Hoy did not attend the session.

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