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Posted Thursday, April 27, 2017

WELLINGTON COUNTY- At today’s Wellington County Council meeting, Councillor Rob Black, Chair of the County’s Library Board, announced that Devlan Construction Ltd. of Guelph has been selected as the Contractor for the new Hillsburgh Library. Work will begin shortly. 
Devlan has previously been the Contractor on the Drayton and Arthur Libraries and the Mount Forest and Willowdale Child Care and Learning Centres. The new $3.1 million dollar Hillsburgh Library...

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Posted Tuesday, April 18, 2017

ABOYNE ON- The Wellington Terrace Family Council is hosting an upcoming educational session for families caring for a loved one with dementia. This marks the 8th year the Family Council has hosted an educational session, and the 3rd year on the topic of dementia care, but this year the team will be building on previous sessions.
The guest speaker, Terri Adlam, a Waterloo Wellington Psychogeriatric Resource Consultant, will help families gain important communication skills...

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Posted Thursday, April 06, 2017

WELLINGTON COUNTY- The Lake Erie Source Protection Region released the results of the Guelph and Guelph/Eramosa Tier 3 Water Budget and Local Area Risk Assessment study at the Lake Erie Region Source Protection Committee meeting this afternoon.
The Tier 3 Study began in 2008, and the County and Townships' participation began in 2014 after the Grand River Conservation Authority and the City of Guelph identified to the County that the Wellhead Protection Area, with respect...

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Posted Thursday, March 30, 2017

WELLINGTON COUNTY- At today’s County Council meeting, Councillor Rob Black, Chair of the County’s Information Heritage and Seniors Committee, introduced Mr. Sandu Sindile as a the new Curator for the Wellington County Museum and Archives. Mr. Sindile replaces Susan Dunlop, who retired in March after 25 years of dedicated service. “Sandu has worked in arts and culture for 23 years,” said Janice Hindley, Administrator for Wellington Place. “He...
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Posted Friday, March 17, 2017

C:\Users\jennifera\Desktop\Aboyne Opening ABOYNE ON- The County of Wellington, the Wellington County Library Board and the County Social Services Committee officially re-opened the new Aboyne Library branch and Children's Early Years Division offices today.
The new modern design of this multi-purpose building allows for a seamless integration between library services and the Children's Early Years Division office space.
"We've modernized and revitalized this library branch," said Warden Dennis Lever. "We've...

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