Deepening Community for Collective Impact
200 Pine Ave.,
Date: Tuesday May 30, 2017
Time: 9 am to 4:30 pm
Join Paul Born, internationally renowned expert in community building conversations that make impactful change possible. Take one day to explore ways to build community in areas important to what you do and where you live. First time an event of this nature has been offered in Caledon. Don't miss this opportunity.
Canada 150 Event presented by the Caledon Concert Band Location: Caledon Community Complex, 6215 Old Church Road, Caledon East. This is an all-ages event with cafe style seating and a dance floor suitable for affordable, casual family fun. The program includes a wide variety of music styles including jazz, swing, disco, patriotic marches, classical and even klesmer! Fred Stride's rousing arrangement of O Canada will get your heart glowing for the true north strong and free. Free Admission for Children 12 years and under with a $15 Adult Ticket or $10 Senior/Student Ticket purchase at the door. Proceeds help to fund the projects and scholarships of the Caledon Concert Band Association, a registered charitable not-for-profit community organization. For more information or to purchase online advance tickets and reserve group rate tables go to:
Contact: Andy at 416-276-7852.
Date: May 28, 2017
Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
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Heavy trucks have been restricted in Bolton on portions of Highway 50/Queen Street (Regional Road 50) and King Street (Regional Road 9).
Extent of Heavy Truck Restriction:
The heavy truck restrictions are effective
as of November 30, 2015.
Heavy trucks are encouraged to use the below routes to bypass the downtown Bolton core.
Downtown Bypass routes:
Coleraine Drive south of Mayfield Road is still restricted to trucks.
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At the King Street and Queen Street intersection in downtown Bolton, turning trucks often went over boulevards and sidewalks, due to a shortage of space, creating safety concerns for pedestrians. As a result of this a restriction prohibiting trucks from turning at the intersection was implemented.
The turn restrictions will remain in place to prevent local delivery vehicles (local deliveries and collections trucks are not permitted to turn at the intersection but are exempt from heavy truck restrictions if the location cannot be reached by any other road and provided that the route taken is the shortest possible to and from the location on the truck restricted route) from turning at King Street and Queen Street.
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