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Posted Monday, August 13, 2018

Cobourg, ON – August 13, 2018 – Northumberland County will host a Fo­cus Group on August 23, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. to seek input from the public as part of the corporate website redesign process, which began earlier this summer.
The goal of the website redesign project is to update the County’s main website, increasing accessibility, user-friendliness and visual appeal. To begin the redesign process, the County conducted an online survey of resi­dents...

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Posted Wednesday, August 08, 2018

County & Rotary Club for Cobourg team up for zero-waste Ribfest Cobourg, ON – August 8, 2018 – Northumberland County and the Rotary Club of Cobourg are working together to organize Northumberland’s first zero-waste Ribfest. The 12th annual Northumberland Ribfest, to be hosted by the Rotary Club of Cobourg in Victoria Park from August 17 to 19, will feature the same delicious food and family-fun entertainment as always; however, the event will have a significantly smaller ‘waste line’.
Recognizing that Ribfest...

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Posted Monday, July 16, 2018

Master Drainage Plan Study Area The Study
The County of Northumberland (County) has initiated a Master Plan to identify a drainage plan for the overall study area (Figure 1). The County completed a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Municipal Class EA) for County Road 2 from Burnham/William Street in Cobourg to Hamilton Road in the Municipality of Port Hope that was approved by the MOECC in 2016, which recommended that a Master Drainage Plan (MDP) be developed for the Study Area. The intent of...

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Posted Thursday, July 12, 2018

The County of Northumberland is using Graham Agriservices to control an isolated population of wild parsnip along County Road 29 and County Road 30.
 
The following pesticide will be used:
Clearview Herbicide PCP 29752 under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada). Active ingredients are Aminopyralid and Metsulfuronmethyl.
 
Commencing Friday, July 27 th and
ending Friday, August 10 th , weather permitting.
For further...

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Posted Thursday, July 12, 2018

OakWiltTrap Cobourg, ON – July 12, 2018 – The Northumberland County Forest is one of three locations to be selected by the Ministry of Natural Resources and For­estry this summer to assist with sampling of Nitidulid beetles—otherwise known as sap beetles—in an effort to fight an invasive fungus that causes ‘Oak Wilt Disease’. This vascular disease affecting oak trees is currently prev­alent in the United States but has not yet impacted Canadian...
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