December 15, 2022 – At their December 14, 2022 Inaugural Meeting, County Council elected their Warden and Deputy Warden for the year 2023. County Council elected Henry Hogg, Reeve of the Township of Addington Highlands as Warden and John Wise, Reeve of the Township of Stone Mills as Deputy Warden.
Lennox and Addington County Council's Inaugural Meeting will take place on Wednesday, December 14, 2022 at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be in-person at the County Court House, 97 Thomas Street E, Napanee.
At the meeting, Council will elect their Warden, Deputy Warden and make all Committee appointments for the year 2023.
All are welcome to attend.
The meeting will also be livestreamed on the County's You Tube Channel:
Climate Action Plan
At the October 22, 2022 meeting, County Council approved a Climate Action Plan for the County of Lennox and Addington.
The Lennox and Addington County Paramedic Service has been informed that our electronic health record management system has been voluntarily and precautionarily shut down as a result of a cybersecurity incident within the IT infrastructure of our Service Provider.
At their September 28 meeting, County Council received updates regarding Housing and Homelessness initiatives as part of a report on Strategic Priorities. In 2019, Council made ‘Facilitating Safe and Affordable Housing’ the top priority for their term of office.
Highlights of the 2019-2022 report by Lynn Chenier, Director of Prince Edward-Lennox & Addington Social Services included:
The Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act creates an independent non-partisan process for the review and, if necessary, revision of the federal electoral map following the most recent decennial census.
At the annual Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Conference held in Ottawa this week, Lennox and Addington County Council had meetings with Ontario’s Minister of Health and Minister of Education.
Umicore is making a $1.5 billion investment in Loyalist Township to build a first of its kind industrial scale cathode and precursor materials manufacturing plant.
This investment in Lennox & Addington will support Ontario’s vision of building an end-to-end electric vehicle (EV) supply chain in the province and becoming a North American hub for building the cars of the future.
Building the facility will provide employment for around 1,000 people in the construction phase and employment for several hundred in operations.
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District 8 of the Association of Ontario Roads Supervisors (AORS) will be hosting a Provincial Truck Roadeo at the Strathcona Paper Centre on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. District 8 is one of the largest local associations in the province with over 100 municipal members and over 90 supplier members, with geographic area which stretches from the Township of Elizabeth-Kitley (Prescott area) to the City of Quinte West. The County of Lennox and Addington is a proud member of District 8.