Council Highlights: March 2022

Lambton Shores Council met on March 15, 2022 for a regularly scheduled council meeting.


  • Council received a presentation from Lambton Area Water Supply System (LAWSS) requesting support for a joint funding application for LAWSS capital project; staff is to report back to Council on the request
  • Council supported a resolution to dissolve the Ontario Land Tribunal
  • Council received a report about the Redevelopment of Municipal Drive/Lions Park and asked staff to begin planning for the future of the property by assessing the future of the existing municipal administration building, the requirements for a new works depot and recreational facilites
  • Permission was granted to Grand Bend Optimist Club for Grand Bend Beachfest
  • The Lambton Film and Food Festival received permission for the temporary closure of a section of King Street in Forest from May 26-29, 2022
  • The 2021 Lambton Shores Annual Water Reports were received
  • Johnston Brothers Bothwell Limited was awarded the tender for the supply and delivery of Granular ‘M’ Gravel
  • Lavis Contracting Company Limited was awarded the Ravenswood Line Reconstruction Tender in the amount of $ 3,889,841.20
  • A Conditional Building Permit for 62 Main Street, Grand Bend

The next scheduled Council meeting takes place in person on April 5, 2022 at the Legacy Centre in Thedford.  The public is invited to view the meeting online or in person.

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