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Administrative Update

Tiny Council 2020 Budget Presentation

In his 2020 Tiny Budget Presentation, the Township’s Treasurer, Doug Taylor, explained the budget process and presented pie charts showing the allocation of funds to various aspects of the operating and capital budgets. He also supplied some information about reserves and reserve funds. Toward the end, he noted that the [more]

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Tiny 2020 Budget Approved

The Township of Tiny Council approved its 2020 Budget on January 27, 2020 at its Regular Meeting of Council. Tiny residents will see a 2.0% increase in the Municipal portion of their tax rates for 2020. The 2020 tax rate reflects Council’s commitment to the provision of high quality services [more]

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FoTTSA Flash January 2020 – now online

The FoTTSA Flash is a quick-read summary of what you need to know about life in Tiny each month. If you aren’t on our mailing list yet, send us an email: secretary.fottsa@tinycottager.org We do not share our mailing list with anyone. And you can always check out the current and [more]

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FoTTSA Report on Tiny Council Meetings: November 13 and 25, 2019

Sarjeant Waverley pits 1 & 2, aggregate licence application review; new complaint process: property standards and clean yards by-laws, short term rental information, noise control by-law; sandbags at Farlain Lake; encroachment policy extended for two years; Georgian Bay Great Lakes Foundation update; Rural Ontario Municipal Association annual conference delegations; Signum telecommunications tower at Champlain road [more]

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Report on Tiny Council Meetings: October 16 & 28, 2019

Sarjeant Pits – Amending Agreement to the French Road Haul Route Agreement, High Water at Farlain Lake, Use of Public Beach at Wahnekewening by Residents, Short Term Rentals, Free Resident Parking Permit, The Cultural Alliance in the Heart of Georgian Bay, Changes to the Aggregate Resources Act (ARA), Telecommunications Tower Proposal at 771 Champlain Road, Parking at Thunder Beach [more]

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Save Our Water Article in Simcoe.com

Simcoe.com has just published an excellent article summarizing the fight to Save Our Water so far: Tiny Township cottagers have joined in the fight against the Teedon Pit expansion. The Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations (FoTTSA) has acquired legal representation and will be seeking a moratorium on the expansion [more]