Midland Mirror February 26, 2007
South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region will receive an additional $629,152 in funding from the province to complete studies on local drinking water systems.
In addition to the regional funding, the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio will receive $96,9640, the Township of Mulmur $127,540, the Town of Shelburne $103,820, and the Township of Springwater $10,000, all in partnership with the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority, a member of the South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe Watershed Region.
The Severn Sound Environmental Association, also a member of the South Georgian Bay-Lake Simcoe region, will receive $198,125 in partnership with the Townships of Midland, Penetanguishene and Tiny.
Several additional municipalities were also successful in their proposals. The Township of Essa gets $68,000, the Towns of Orangeville and Mono $143,409, and the Town of Wasaga Beach $46,404.