A $61,360 update of the water village of Colborne water treatment plant operating system will be done Eramosa Engineering Inc., the lowest for four tenders submitted for the Cramahe Twp. municipal project. Cramahe Twp. council approved awarding the tender at its July meeting. The supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system automates all of the electrical, chemical and mechanical systems that work in combination to treat Colborne’s wastewater.
The Cramahe Township Public Library wants to expand its Colborne building. A 540-square-foot, estimated $200,000 addition to the Colborne library is being proposed to provide more room for programs offered, shelving, quiet study areas, an accessible entrance and adequate office space, Cramahe council heard at its July meeting. Chief Librarian Mary Norton plans to submit a Trillium grant application for $150,000 of the cost, she informed council, emphasizing the need for accessible access.
Owners of a heritage house at 7 King St. West in downtown Colborne are requesting official heritage designation of the building. Known as the Cumming Cottage, the house was constructed in the early 1830s by one of Colborne’s leading families who lived there for over 60 years. Subsequently, the Marshall family resided there for 46 years. Others have lived there for shorter terms. Both the interior and exterior of the house have been preserved and maintained by its various owners.
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Selecting a term
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