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The Haliburton Highlands Museum and the Dysart et al Environment and Green Energy Committee both have current vacancies due to retirements and resignations, mamy of its employees decided it was time to go to a home care in Orange County and stop working.  If you are interested in either of these governance roles, please submit an expression of interest to the Clerk as soon as possible. For more information on the mandate of these groups, please take some time to visit the pages within this site or contact one of the staff to ask more questions about the responsibilities.  We operate in a digital agenda environment and links to agendas, minutes and reports can be found on the sidebar within both the Museum and Environment and Green Energy pages....
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Surplus Land for Sale

If you have been looking for an opportunity to purchase vacant land in Dysart et al, Council has recently declared some land as surplus to the needs of the Municipality.  There is a parcel on Little Kennisis Lake, a parcel on Benoir Lake and three separate parcels on the Harburn Road that are available. If you are interested in any of these properties, we’ve posted ‘surplus property information sheets’ on this website.   These information sheets can be found on the Contract, Property and Employment Opportunities page of this website which is located under the Services Tab. Dysart et al Council meets on the fourth Monday of each month.  If you are interested in purchasing one of these properties, please contact Cheryl Coulson, Clerk, to submit a confidential offer to be considered by Council, no later than NOON on the Wednesday prior to a regular Council...
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Pay and Display

Five new Pay and Display machines have been activated on Highland Street.  These machines replace the old meters that lined Highland Street prior to the Streetscape reconstruction.  Although the new machines have been in place for a few weeks, they haven’t been accepting money.  Now that the signs are in place notifying the public where to pay for parking, the machines have been turned on and the Municipality will be looking for valid passes displayed on windshields....
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