SWIFT (SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc) is a not-for-profit, collective broadband initiative that is funding the construction of an affordable, open-access, ultra-high-speed fibre-optic regional broadband network for everyone in Southwestern Ontario. Barry Field, the Chief Operating Officer of SWIFT, gave a presentation at the FoTTSA AGM on June 22nd, explaining how SWIFT works and what the timeline is for Simcoe County and Tiny Township. Read the presentation here.
Report on Septage Management Class EA Study; Implementing the Source Protection Plan for Water; Communications/Issues Management/Beach Ownership/Land Use Issues;Revision-Proposed Locations of Broadband Infrastructure in the Township; Administration Building Barrier-Free Main Entrance Renovation; Balm Beach Road West; Cycling & Pedestrian Lanes No Parking & Signage/Legal Opinion; By-Law 12-032-To Prohibit, Regulate and Control the use of Parks; [more]
New Towers for Broadband Internet Proposed by Point to Point and Bell; By-Law to Regulate the Rate of Speed/Balm Beach Road West; Request Refused to Purchase a Portion Lot 14, Concession 12; Holding Symbol Removal By-Law Approved; Changes to Burn Permits; Septage Class EA Project Update; Emerald Ash Borer [more]
High Speed Internet Update Unfortunately, the areas of Tiny Township that have long suffered with slow dial-up internet service will have to suffer for a while yet. Despite receiving an on-line petition signed by over 1000 households, neither Bell nor Rogers have as yet expanded their service. But some residents [more]