Simcoe County Update with Warden George Cornell

Regional review, affordable housing, Bradford West Gwillimbury, paramedic services, age friendly initiatvies, museum month

The Ontario government’s review of the regional and county system of government continues with an eye to styreamlining services and cutting costs. Warden Cornell loks at the potential implications for the county…

Bradford West Gwillimbury considering the possibility of becoming a separated municipality, like Barrie and Orillia, Cornell is not convinced BWG has done all of its homework…

Simcoe County takes pride in its forested areas and takes great steps to ensure it remains healthy through controlled burns to get rid of dying trees and debris, and replanting…

The population of Simcoe County continues to age…county officials are cognizant of this…in terms of housing and programs…

The county continues to look for ways to increase the supply of affordable and attainable housing, working with individual groups and municipalities…

Paramedic services in Simcoe County are second to none says Cornell…a huge, essential service that covers the entire county including Barrie and Orillia…

May is Museum Month and there is be much to do at the Simcoe County Museum….