West Grey commemorates 50 years of Special Olympics
Joining 50 communities across Ontario, the Municipality of West Grey, will celebrate the Special Olympics’ milestone anniversary on March 25, 2019 with a flag raising ceremony at the municipal office in Durham. In conjunction with West Grey Police Services, Mayor Christine Robinson and members of Council are lending their support to raising awareness of Special Olympics and the important role sport plays in the lives of Ontario’s youth.
Please be advised that due to the extreme weather and temperature swings we have endured, the gravel road conditions will deteriorate over the next few days. We ask that commuters adjust speed to suit road conditions. West Grey will commence grading at the earliest opportunity when weather conditions improve.
1/2 Load Restrictions in Effect Commencing March 8, 2019
The Municipality of West Grey will be instituting Half Load Roads commencing no later than Friday, March 8, 2019 until further notice of cancellation. Should weather conditions dictate, the posting of Half Loads may be moved ahead.
The maximum allowable weight is 5 tonnes per axle in accordance with the Highway traffic Act, Section 122.
We kindly ask that your company respects the load postings in effect until lifted. Your co-operation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Brent Glasier, C.E.T.
Director of Infrastructure and Public Works
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