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Mayor Bob Kingsbury sits on all Council Committees
The Building Infrastructure Committee monitors that all Municipal buildings are maintained properly to ensure public safety and to extend the life of these structures.
Councillor Glen Campbell
Councillor Jamey Larone
Jeff Schruder, Municipal Infrastructure Manager
The Community Policing Advisory Committee is comprised of four local municipalities to work closely with the Renfrew Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police to determine strategies and initiatives for their local communities.
The Emergency Preparedness Committee is responsible for the maintenance and implementation of the Township Emergency Response Plan to improve public safety through the creation of a disaster resilient community as per the Ontario Municipal Act (RSO 2000).
The Horton Township Finance Committee is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the annual budget for all Township Departments as per the Municipal Act.
The Fire Committee oversees the operation and procedures and the annual budget for the Horton Township Volunteer Department in accordance with the Ontario Fire Marshall’s Office.
The Health and Safety Committee is responsible for ensuring the Township’s Health and Safety Policies and Procedures are followed as mandated by the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Chair: Councillor Robert A. Johnston
The Lime Stabilization Committee was created to oversee the pilot lime stabilization project in conjunction with the Ministry of the Environment and the County of Renfrew.
The Planning Committee is responsible for overseeing development within the Township in accordance with the Horton Township Comprehensive Zoning By-law and the County of Renfrew Official Plan.
Chair: Glen Campbell
Public Advisory Member: Dave Brown, Mae Craig, John Wilson, Bob Lockwood
For any Planning Inquiries through the Office, please contact Hope Dillabough, Deputy Clerk at 613-432-6271
The Public Works Committee is responsible for overseeing the Public Works Department and ensuring that Township roads are kept up to Provincial standards at all times. This Committee drafts the annual budget for this department and ensures that the necessary projects and maintenance of the Township roads are carried out in a timely fashion.
The Recreation Committee is responsible for providing recreational programs and activities within the Township and overseeing the volunteers for this organization. This Committee also manages the operations of our community centre and outdoor rink.
Chair: Councillor Robert A. Johnston
The Waste Management Committee is responsible for ensuring that all waste management functions are carried out in accordance with the Ministry of Environment regulations and to implement Best Practice methods that will extend the life of the Landfill Site.