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Posted Friday, July 21, 2017

Whitby, Ont. – The Regional Municipality of Durham, Works Department would like to advise residents of upcoming road reconstruction work at the intersection of Taunton Road (Regional Road 4) and Enfield Road (Regional Road 24)/Trulls Road in Clarington.
For more information, visit the Region of Durham website.

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Posted Thursday, June 29, 2017

Clarington June 29, 2017/- The Municipality of Clarington has selected a new Chief Administrative Officer. Andrew Allison will take over the administration as Clarington’s CAO beginning on August 14, 2017. His appointment will be ratified by Council at its meeting on Monday, July 3, 2017.
Mr. Allison has a wealth of experience in Municipal government. He has been Clarington’s Municipal Solicitor since 2010. Mr. Allison has been working as a solicitor in municipal...

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Posted Friday, June 23, 2017

Flooding at Cobbledick Trail Clarington June 23, 2017/- Heavy rain has caused localized flooding on various roads and in low-lying areas across the Municipality of Clarington. Several local roads are closed due to flooding and pooling water.
Clarington Operations crews are responding to a large volume of calls regarding flooding. Crews have been dispatched to assess each location and ensure that drainage systems are unclogged and allowing the water to drain. Due to heavy rains, residents can expect...

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Posted Monday, June 05, 2017

Clarington June 5, 2017/- The Municipality is creating a vision for the neighbourhoods around Clarington’s two future GO train stations, as GO Transit is scheduled to extend its service eastward. Almost a year ago the Ontario Government and Metrolinx announced the extension of the GO Transit Lakeshore East Corridor by 20 kilometres, creating two new stations in Courtice and Bowmanville. As the Municipality prepares for this new vital transportation link to the community,...
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Posted Friday, June 02, 2017

Local residents place thank you sign Update # 23 Cedar Crest Beach Flooding Issued: June 2, 2017 Time: 4:15 p.m.
Clarington/- A large-scale sandbagging effort is underway at East Beach and West Beach today and tomorrow. Multiple agencies and volunteers have joined today’s efforts including Clarington Operations crews, Clarington Emergency and Fire Services; crews from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF); students from Durham College, Fleming College, local high school students...

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