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17 Sep
Large Item Collection Week

06:00 AM | Laurentian Valley

Large item collection starts this week! Items may be left at the curb no earlier than Sunday, September 12th. 

For more information on the program along with a list of what is and is not collected, please visit: https://ovwrc.com/large-item-collection

17 Sep
Road Line Painting

08:00 AM | Entire Township of Laurentian Valley

Notice of Line Painting Throughout the Township of Laurentian Valley Roads

The Township of Laurentian Valley assumes no responsibility for paint damage claims from motorists who cross wet paint lines.

Facts:

  • Line painting is done primarily during daylight hours only.
  • Most Township Roads are painted each year.
  • It takes about 2 minutes for traffic paint to dry.
  • Wet traffic paint on the road may splatter on your vehicle if you cross the centerline before the paint has dried.

If you encounter a line painting crew on the road:

Don’t:

  • Pass, unless the warning signs direct you to do so

  • Cross the centerline

Do:

  • Slow down and stay well behind the truck.
  • Obey the warning signs on the truck.
  • Be patient.
  • Unless otherwise directed, wait for the truck to pull over before passing.
If your vehicle is splattered with paint:
  • Go to a car wash as soon as possible.
  • If the paint does not wash off, spray the affected area with WD-40 and allow it to dry for 2 hours, then rewash the vehicle.
  • If the paint remains, consider submitting a claim to your insurer.

 

For further information please contact: 

Mark Behm, C. Tech.
Public Works Manager
mbehm@lvtownship.ca
613-735-6291

17 Sep
South Wind Drive Reconstruction

08:00 AM | South Wind Drive

Notice of Road Reconstruction - South Wind Drive 

Dear Resident,

The Township of Laurentian Valley advises that our Public Works division will soon be making road improvements in your neighborhood.  Approximately 0.36 km of roadway will be reconstructed. This will be a project includes South Wind Dr. from Mud lake Rd to the Dead End.

The project involves the reconstruction of the roadway and ditching improvements which includes the following works:

  • Stripping of asphalt road surface
  • Replacement of granular road base materials
  • Placement of geo-synthetic products
  • Culvert replacements
  • Ditching works where required
  • Repaving of the roadway
  • Shouldering of the new roadway

Please be informed of these works and particularly your attention - please obey:

  • All signage in the designated work area
  • Traffic Control Persons when travelling through the work site
  • Vehicles and equipment within the work site

The Municipality is committed to working with you to help alleviate the impact of the construction on your daily activities. Every effort will be made to minimize any inconveniences to you. If you need to drive through the construction zone, please allow additional commuting time. Construction is scheduled to begin on September 13, 2021 and all works should be completed by October 1, 2021. The work will be completed by Township Operations Staff, as well as contracted services from Greenwood Paving and G.P. Splinter.

Thank you for your assistance while we work to improve the Township of Laurentian Valley. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Municipal Office at 613-735-6291.

 

Yours truly, 

Mark Behm, C. Tech.

Public Works Manager

mbehm@lvtownship.ca

18 Sep
South Wind Drive Reconstruction

08:00 AM | South Wind Drive

Notice of Road Reconstruction - South Wind Drive 

Dear Resident,

The Township of Laurentian Valley advises that our Public Works division will soon be making road improvements in your neighborhood.  Approximately 0.36 km of roadway will be reconstructed. This will be a project includes South Wind Dr. from Mud lake Rd to the Dead End.

The project involves the reconstruction of the roadway and ditching improvements which includes the following works:

  • Stripping of asphalt road surface
  • Replacement of granular road base materials
  • Placement of geo-synthetic products
  • Culvert replacements
  • Ditching works where required
  • Repaving of the roadway
  • Shouldering of the new roadway

Please be informed of these works and particularly your attention - please obey:

  • All signage in the designated work area
  • Traffic Control Persons when travelling through the work site
  • Vehicles and equipment within the work site

The Municipality is committed to working with you to help alleviate the impact of the construction on your daily activities. Every effort will be made to minimize any inconveniences to you. If you need to drive through the construction zone, please allow additional commuting time. Construction is scheduled to begin on September 13, 2021 and all works should be completed by October 1, 2021. The work will be completed by Township Operations Staff, as well as contracted services from Greenwood Paving and G.P. Splinter.

Thank you for your assistance while we work to improve the Township of Laurentian Valley. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Municipal Office at 613-735-6291.

 

Yours truly, 

Mark Behm, C. Tech.

Public Works Manager

mbehm@lvtownship.ca

18 Sep
Road Line Painting

08:00 AM | Entire Township of Laurentian Valley

Notice of Line Painting Throughout the Township of Laurentian Valley Roads

The Township of Laurentian Valley assumes no responsibility for paint damage claims from motorists who cross wet paint lines.

Facts:

  • Line painting is done primarily during daylight hours only.
  • Most Township Roads are painted each year.
  • It takes about 2 minutes for traffic paint to dry.
  • Wet traffic paint on the road may splatter on your vehicle if you cross the centerline before the paint has dried.

If you encounter a line painting crew on the road:

Don’t:

  • Pass, unless the warning signs direct you to do so

  • Cross the centerline

Do:

  • Slow down and stay well behind the truck.
  • Obey the warning signs on the truck.
  • Be patient.
  • Unless otherwise directed, wait for the truck to pull over before passing.
If your vehicle is splattered with paint:
  • Go to a car wash as soon as possible.
  • If the paint does not wash off, spray the affected area with WD-40 and allow it to dry for 2 hours, then rewash the vehicle.
  • If the paint remains, consider submitting a claim to your insurer.

 

For further information please contact: 

Mark Behm, C. Tech.
Public Works Manager
mbehm@lvtownship.ca
613-735-6291

18 Sep
Giant Booksale at the Pembroke Public Library!

09:00 AM | 237 Victoria Street

 

 Join the Pembroke Public Library on Saturday, September 18, 2021 for a Giant Booksale!

 

9 am - 2:30 pm Rain or Shine! Something for Everyone!

 

For more information regarding this event, please contact the Pembroke Public Library at 613-732-8844 or email: fineprint@pembrokelibrary.ca

19 Sep
Road Line Painting

08:00 AM | Entire Township of Laurentian Valley

Notice of Line Painting Throughout the Township of Laurentian Valley Roads

The Township of Laurentian Valley assumes no responsibility for paint damage claims from motorists who cross wet paint lines.

Facts:

  • Line painting is done primarily during daylight hours only.
  • Most Township Roads are painted each year.
  • It takes about 2 minutes for traffic paint to dry.
  • Wet traffic paint on the road may splatter on your vehicle if you cross the centerline before the paint has dried.

If you encounter a line painting crew on the road:

Don’t:

  • Pass, unless the warning signs direct you to do so

  • Cross the centerline

Do:

  • Slow down and stay well behind the truck.
  • Obey the warning signs on the truck.
  • Be patient.
  • Unless otherwise directed, wait for the truck to pull over before passing.
If your vehicle is splattered with paint:
  • Go to a car wash as soon as possible.
  • If the paint does not wash off, spray the affected area with WD-40 and allow it to dry for 2 hours, then rewash the vehicle.
  • If the paint remains, consider submitting a claim to your insurer.

 

For further information please contact: 

Mark Behm, C. Tech.
Public Works Manager
mbehm@lvtownship.ca
613-735-6291

19 Sep
South Wind Drive Reconstruction

08:00 AM | South Wind Drive

Notice of Road Reconstruction - South Wind Drive 

Dear Resident,

The Township of Laurentian Valley advises that our Public Works division will soon be making road improvements in your neighborhood.  Approximately 0.36 km of roadway will be reconstructed. This will be a project includes South Wind Dr. from Mud lake Rd to the Dead End.

The project involves the reconstruction of the roadway and ditching improvements which includes the following works:

  • Stripping of asphalt road surface
  • Replacement of granular road base materials
  • Placement of geo-synthetic products
  • Culvert replacements
  • Ditching works where required
  • Repaving of the roadway
  • Shouldering of the new roadway

Please be informed of these works and particularly your attention - please obey:

  • All signage in the designated work area
  • Traffic Control Persons when travelling through the work site
  • Vehicles and equipment within the work site

The Municipality is committed to working with you to help alleviate the impact of the construction on your daily activities. Every effort will be made to minimize any inconveniences to you. If you need to drive through the construction zone, please allow additional commuting time. Construction is scheduled to begin on September 13, 2021 and all works should be completed by October 1, 2021. The work will be completed by Township Operations Staff, as well as contracted services from Greenwood Paving and G.P. Splinter.

Thank you for your assistance while we work to improve the Township of Laurentian Valley. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Municipal Office at 613-735-6291.

 

Yours truly, 

Mark Behm, C. Tech.

Public Works Manager

mbehm@lvtownship.ca

19 Sep
Starter Company PLUS Program - Submission Deadline

08:00 AM | 9 INTERNATIONAL DRIVE PEMBROKE, ON

Starter Company PLUS Program - Provides Training and Potential Funding Support to Entrepreneurs

Pembroke, ON:  Enterprise Renfrew County is accepting Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Starter Company PLUS, a support program funded by the Government of Ontario, from entrepreneurs wishing to start, expand or purchase an existing business in the County of Renfrew and the City of Pembroke.

Starter Company PLUS has proven to be very supportive for entrepreneurs, providing four months of business coaching, business plan development, and instruction from our staff and trainers.  There is also direct counselling from insurance, legal and accounting professionals and valuable networking and coaching sessions with business professionals.  Applicants who successfully complete the business training then have an opportunity to pitch their business to an evaluation committee for a chance to win a grant of up to $5,000, which must be applied to their business operations. 

Colleen Sadler, Enterprise Renfrew County Business Consultant, explains, “This program is designed to provide entrepreneurs with the training and coaching they require to succeed in a competitive and challenging business environment.  The deadline to submit an Expression of Interest is midnight Sunday, September 19th, 2021.”

Interested entrepreneurs must select a time to attend an Information Session on Tuesday, September 21st at Starter Company PLUS Program Inquiry. The link will take them to the ZOOM Video Conference platform where they will provide required information. Candidates will be sent a link for the Starter Company PLUS Program ZOOM Information Session they have chosen.  After completing the Information Session and learning about the program benefits, requirements, level of commitment required and timelines, participants will be emailed the Application Form.

 

For more information, visit the Enterprise Renfrew County website.

 

Enterprise Renfrew County is a non-profit government organization funded by the Ontario Government, the County of Renfrew, the Town of Renfrew and the City of Pembroke. Its mandate is to promote and assist small businesses across the County of Renfrew and in the City of Pembroke.

 

For more information contact:

 

Colleen Sadler           Enterprise Renfrew County                                              613-432-6848

Michael Barber         Media Relations/Grants Coordinator, County of Renfrew     613-735-7288