Boards, Committees and Commissions are established to assist Council and provide opportunities for public involvement in municipal matters. Committees are advisory in nature and function within the authority set out in their Terms of Reference or by By-law. Citizen representatives are appointed in a voluntary capacity to bring local knowledge, expertise and experience to specific areas of civic concern.

When vacancies occur, the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall seeks applications from interested individuals who would like to serve the community as a member on various boards and committees. Applications are invited to submit their applications and resumes to the City of Cornwall's Clerk's Division by mail, in person, by fax or by email. Click here to download the volunteer application form.

The City of Cornwall is committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Send to:

Mail: Lay Appointments, Clerk's Division, PO Box 877, 360 Pitt Street, Cornwall ON, K6H 5T9
Fax: 613-932-8145
Email:  Please click here to email Debbie Caskenette
Phone: 613-930-2787 ext. 2219

 What is a committee of council?
Committees of council are groups of people officially delegated to perform a function, such as investigating, considering, reporting, or acting on a matter and make those recommendations to council.
 Are you qualified to serve on a committee of council? 
If you are willing to dedicate quality time to participate actively on a committee, if you have interest and expertise in the areas that advance the committee’s mandate, if you are willing to serve, attend regularly and actively participate on a committee, if you have a commitment to the objectives of the organization the answer if yes, you are qualified!
 How is a committee meeting conducted? 

Prior to starting, you will receive an orientation that covers the rules and focus of the group.

There will always be an agenda for our committee meetings. Agendas guide meetings because they help the group focus on a few main ideas. The agenda will be electronically handed out prior to the meeting so members can be prepared.

Minutes will be taken at every committee meeting. That way, you can have something to refer back to when you want to know what happened at each meeting.

The committee members will elect a chairperson from the group who will preside and conduct the meeting. 

 What does a chairperson do? 
The chairperson will:
  • Determine quorum and call the meeting to order
  • Identify agenda items
  • Gauge discussion among members and ensure adequate consideration has been given to each item
  • Offer guidance and ask questions without taking a specific position on a matter
  • Keep a record and determine speaking order and ensure all members have had an opportunity to provide their input
  • Ensure Administration has an opportunity to comment, where appropriate
  • Facilitate consideration of main motions, ensuring there are seconders
  • Rule on procedures with the assistance of staff, as appropriate
  • Ensure items are dispensed with in a timely and fair manner
  • Facilitate decorum and appropriate behaviour

 

Committees

 Audit Committee

Purpose:

The primary mandate of the Audit Committee is to provide an additional level of accountability to citizens on municipal financial reporting.  The Audit Committee assists Council in the provision of effective municipal government by overseeing the administrative policies regarding accounting, reporting, internal controls, safeguarding of corporate assets, legal compliance, ethical and regulatory requirements.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held at least twice per year, including an audit planning meeting with the auditor prior to the external audit commencing.

 

Current Composition:

Mayor Bernadette Clement
Councillor Eric Bergeron
Councillor Justin Towndale
John Lindsay

 

Council Members: 3
Lay Members: 2
Frequency of Meetings: 2 annually 
Time of Day: Noon
Location of Meetings:   Finance Boardroom at 100 Water Street East
Person Calling Meetings:  Chair and/or Finance Department


These meetings are confidential pursuant to the Municipal Act.

 Committee of Adjustment 

Purpose:

The Committee of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial body that hears applications concerning Minor Variances and Land Severances (consent).  Its process and procedures are outlined in the Planning Act.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held every second Tuesday of each month.

 

Current Composition:

Benjamin de Haan
Raymond Contant
Stephen Alexander

 

Council Members: None
Lay Members: 3
Frequency of Meetings: every 2 weeks on Tuesdays
Time of Day:  5:00 p.m.
Location of Meetings: Cornwall Civic Complex, McLeod Room
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair and/or Planning Department

 

2019 Committee of Adjustment Meetings

2018 Agendas

 Community Safety and Well-being Advisory Committee

Purpose:

This is a new committee mandated by the Provincial Government.  Municipalities are required to work in partnership with Police Services, health/mental health, education, community/social services and children/youth services as they undertake the planning process, the goal of which is to achieve the ideal state of a sustainable community where everyone is safe, has a sense of belonging, access to services and where individuals and families are able to meet their needs for education, health care, food, housing, income and social and cultural expression.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held bi-monthly on a regular schedule or as required by the call of the Chair.

 Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation Board of Directors 

Purpose:

The Corporation of the City of Cornwall is the sole shareholder of Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation.  The City of Cornwall is also the Consolidated Municipal Service Manager responsible for the delivery of Social & Housing Services within Cornwall and S.D. & G.

 

Meetings: 

Meetings are held monthly.

 

Current Composition:

Councillor Eric Bergeron
Councillor Claude E. McIntosh
Councillor Elaine MacDonald
Fernand Hamelin
Victoria Villalba
Ehteshamul Haque (Diki)
Mark Snelgrove

 

 

Council members: 3 (and 2 county representatives)
Lay Members: 4
Frequency of Meetings: 11 annually fourth Wednesday of month except for August
Time of Day:  12:00 p.m. (noon)
Location of Meetings: 1916 Pitt Street, Unit 11
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled

 

2019 Meetings

2018 Meetings

 Cornwall Police Services Board

Purpose:

The Board is responsible for the provision of adequate and effective police services in the municipality, by establishing objectives and priorities, establish policies, and receive regular reports from the Chief

 

Meetings: Meetings are held monthly.

 

Current Composition:

Mayor Bernadette Clement
Councillor Glen Grant
Michael Payette
William E. Beattie
Martha Woods

 

Council Members: 2
Lay Members: 3 (2 - Provincial Appointees, 1 Community Appointee)
Frequency of Meetings: 10 annually on Wednesdays except for summer, Budget Meetings, Special Meetings
Time of Day:  9:00 a.m.
Location of Meetings: City Hall, 360 Pitt Street
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair and/or Police Service

 

Click here to view the Cornwall Community Police Service website.

 Cornwall Community Woodhouse Museum Board 

Purpose:

The Historical Society is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to research, collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts important to the history of Cornwall and the Counties.  It promotes, encourages and participates in historically related projects, and operate the United Counties and Woodhouse museums.

 

Meetings: Meetings are held at the call of the Chair.

Current Composition:
Councillor Maurice Dupelle

 

Council Members: 1
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: 6-8 annually
Time of Day:  Evening
Location of Meetings: Cornwall Community Woodhouse Museum, Water Street
Person Calling Meetings:  Chair and/or Member

 

Click here to view the Cornwall Community Museum Website.

 Cornwall Planning Programs Evaluation Committee

Purpose:

The Committee is mandated to evaluate and recommend applications for approval or otherwise to the City of Cornwall Planning Advisory Committee (PAC).  Final approval of applications or other significant matters requiring Council approval will then be recommended to Council by PAC.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held monthly.

Current Composition:
Councillor Glen Grant
Councillor Elaine MacDonald
Irene I. Larin

 

Council Members: 2
Lay Members: 1, 2 from Heart of the City and Downtown BIA Staff
Frequency of Meetings: 10 annually, possible Special Meetings
Time of Day:  Daytime
Location of Meetings: Planning Boardroom, 100 Water Street
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair

 Cornwall Public Library Board 

Purpose:

To ensure that the public has access to the highest quality library service possible by acting in the interests of the library members and the community it serves.

 

Meetings: The Board meets 10 times yearly.

 

Current Composition:
Councillor Carilyne Hébert
Brenda Quesnel
Denise Nielsen
Jennifer Jarvis
Joan Gaudreau
Jordan Ann Kevan de Haan
Kathleen Bergeron
Patricia Waters
Susan Kail

 

Council members: 1
Lay Members: 8
Frequency of Meetings: 10 annually on the fourth Tuesday of the month except for summer
Time of Day:  4:30 p.m.
Location of Meetings: Cornwall Public Library, 25 Second Street East
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair or Library

 

Click here to view the Cornwall Public Library website.

Click here to view council attendance at the Cornwall Public Library Board.

2019 Meetings

2018 Meetings

 Cornwall Regional Airport Commission

Purpose:

The Corporation of the City of Cornwall and the Township of South Glengarry entered into an Agreement in 1984 to establish, operate and maintain the Cornwall Regional Airport.

 

Meetings:

At the call of the Chair.

 

Current Composition:

Councillor Eric Bergeron
Councillor Justin Towndale
Councillor Dean Hollingsworth

 

Council Members: 3
Frequency of Meetings: 4 annually, possible  Special Meetings
Time of Day:  7:00 p.m
Location of Meetings: Planning Boardroom, 100 Water Street East (occasionally in South Glengarry)
Person Calling Meetings: Chair

 

Click here to view council attendance at the Cornwall Regional Airport Commission.

2019 Meetings

 

2018 Meetings

 Eastern Ontario Health Unit Board of Directors 

Purpose:

Legislated by the Health Protection and Promotion Act (July 1998) as follows:

“Every Board of Health shall superintend, provide or ensure the provision of heal programs and services in the following areas:  community sanitation, control of infectious diseases and reportable diseases, health promotion, health protection and disease and injury prevention, family health, collection and analysis of epidemiological data, and such additional health programs and services as are prescribed by the regulations.”

 

Meetings:

The Board of Directors’ meetings are held monthly.

 

Current Composition:

Mayor Bernadette Clement
Councillor Syd Gardiner

 

Council Members: 2
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: 10 annually on first Thursday of the month except for summer
Time of Day:  12:00 Noon (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: Health Unit, 1000 Pitt Street (occasionally at satellite offices)
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair

Click here to view the Eastern Ontario Health Unit website.

Election Compliance Audit Committee

Purpose:

The primary mandate of the Election Compliance Audit Committee is to hear and determine all applications filed in accordance with section 81 of the Municipal Elections Act in accordance with the procedures established by the municipal clerk under the provisions of the Act.

 

Meetings:

Called on a "as required" basis".

 

Current Composition:
Lay Members (3)

Wes Libbey

Naresh Bhargava

Rachel Poirier

 

2019 Meetings:

May 15 - Agenda

May 23 - Agenda

 

 Emergency Management and Advisory Committee

Purpose:

To act as an Advisory Committee to the Emergency Management Services of the City of Cornwall.  To guide the development, implementation, and maintenance of the community’s emergency management program.

 

Meetings:

The Committee meet quarterly, or more often at the call of the Chair.

 

Current Composition:
Councillor Syd Gardiner

 

Council Members: 1
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: 4 annually, on a Friday in January, April, September and November
Time of Day: 9:00 a.m.
Location of Meetings: EMS, 601 Campbell Street
Person Calling Meetings: Chair

 

Click here to view council attendance of the Emergency Management and Advisory Committee.

 Glen Stor Dun Lodge Management Board

Purpose:

The GSDL Committee of Management is responsible for providing overall guidance and management in accordance with the Long Tem Care Homes Act S.O. C.8, 2007 and regulations of the City of Cornwall.  It is responsible for ensuring that the programs of GSDL are in keeping with appropriate legislation, policies and guidelines, and for reviewing the financial affairs of the GSDL.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held five (5) times per year.

 

Current Composition:

Councillor Glen Grant
Councillor Elaine MacDonald
Councillor Claude McIntosh

 

Council Members: 3
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: 5 annually
Time of Day:  11:30 a.m. (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: Glen Stor Dun Lodge, 1900 Montreal Road
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair or GSDL

 

The Glen Stor Dun Lodge Management Board provides oversight to the Glen Stor Dun Lodge. The board is made up of representatives from both the City of Cornwall and the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

 Heritage-Patrimoine Cornwall

Purpose:

Legislated under the Ontario Heritage Act, the Heritage-Patrimoine Cornwall is an advisory committee of the municipality whose responsibilities include advising Council on heritage issues as defined by the Ontario Heritage Act, and to help ensure that plans for change and progress are developed in a manner that recognizes the historical continuity of the community.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held a minimum of eight (8) times per year.

 

Current Composition:
Councillor Maurice Dupelle
Aleida J. Sturkenboom
Carol Libbey
Debbie Ledoux
Donald Smith
Ginette Guy
Joan Gaudreau
Sean Lee
Sophie Jean

 

Council Members: 1
Lay Members: 9
Frequency of Meetings: 10 annually, every month except for summer, possible Special Meetings
Location of Meetings: Cornwall Public Library, 45 Second Street East
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair or Planning Department

 

Click here to view the Heritage-Patrimoine Cornwall website.

Click here to view council attendance at the Heritage-Patrimoine Cornwall Committee.

2019 Meetings

 

2018 Meetings

 Lay Appointments Committee

Purpose:

The purpose of the Lay Appointments Committee is to provide City Council as a whole with recommendations to the appointment of various members as Council representatives to Local Boards, Committees and Commissions.

 

Meetings:

When needed to replace a position on any given Board, Committee or Commission in order to keep the compliment of their membership.


Current Composition:
Mayor Bernadette Clement
Councillor Maurice Dupelle
Councillor Dean Hollingsworth
Councillor Elaine MacDonald
Councillor Claude McIntosh


Council Members: 5
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: only when vacancies arrise (average of 4 annually)
Time of Day:  prior to Council meetings on second and fourth Monday of the month
Location of Meetings: Mayor's Chambers, 360 Pitt Street
Person Calling Meetings:  Mayor and/or City Clerk

 
2019 Meetings

These meetings are confidential pursuant to the Municipal Act.

 Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee 
Council Members: 1

Lay Members: 5 from disability community and 3 from community stakeholders
Frequency of Meetings: 5 annually
Time of Day:  daytime (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: Council Chambers, 360 Pitt Street
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair and/or City Clerk

Current Composition:
Councillor Justin Towndale
Ben Caron
Carol Boileau
Stefan Corriveau
Thelma Cameron
Tracey Siegel
 

Click here to view council attendance at the Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee.

The Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee was created in accordance with the Ontarians with Disability Act.  The Committee consists of eight (8) members, the majority of whom are persons with disabilities. Our Mission is to remove all barriers within The Corporation of the City of Cornwall faced by all citizens with disabilities and to ensure the implementation and continual improvement of our Accessibility Plan.

The Ontarians with Disability Act and the role of the mandatory plan and the Committee has been an important step in making Ontario cities accessible. For the disabled and non disabled members of the Committee, the process has opened our eyes to the needs of the citizens who have disabilities. The 2007 Plan is authored by individuals representing the Cornwall community and tailored for the Cornwall community. It will allow Cornwallites of all ages regardless of their abilities, to partake in the life of our community. When people with disabilities gain their freedom of movement and access, the entire community moves forward. 

Terms of Reference:

Purpose

To provide advice to Council on an annual basis about the preparation, implementation an effectiveness of the Accessibility Plan for the City of Cornwall.

Policy

  • To guide the preparation, review and amendments to the Accessibility Plan for the City of Cornwall;
  • Conduct annual reviews of the Plan;
  • Act as an advisory body and review agency for Council on matters of accessibility, community input or accessibility related complaints;
  • Act as a review agency (subcommittee) for selected development Site Plans; 
  • Provide broader public education campaigns and public forum workshops on the importance of accessibility in and for the community; and
  • Provide guidance on Capital Budget priorities in the City (and affiliated agencies).

Aim

  • To identify and study issues of concern to persons with disabilities and, on the basis of the knowledge and experience of Committee Members, to recommend action where appropriate;
  • Promote opportunities for self-help in the context of family and community for persons with disabilities;
  • Review government programs and policies affecting persons with disabilities in the community; and
  • Liaise with City departments and local organizations in addressing issues that are related to persons with disabilities in the community.

Function

Needs Assessment

  • The Committee will utilize a wide variety of information sources including existing data, service agency statistics, individual and group consultations, public forums, and published studies and reports to identify the needs of persons with disabilities;
  • In cases where needed information is unavailable, the Committee will make use of existing resources and encourage the appropriate organizations to undertake the necessary research; and
  • If needed, the Committee will attend to the gathering of information as required.

Policy Advocacy

  • The Committee will keep informed on matters of government policy (Municipal, Provincial, or Federal) affecting persons with disabilities;
  • In cases of local jurisdiction, the Committee may advocate before City Council on behalf of persons with disabilities; and
  • Where policies fall under the responsibility of other levels of government, the Committee will inform City Council of the impact of these policies on persons with disabilities and suggest possible courses of action for the City to pursue with provincial or federal government.

Public Education

  • The Committee will encourage the efforts of individuals and organizations to educate the community on matters pertaining to persons with disabilities; and
  • The Committee will communicate information to the disabled community by appropriate means.

Membership

The Committee will elect a Chairperson (elected amongst the members). The membership will consist of members with disabilities who shall form the majority of the Committee, professional members from the stakeholder community who have a vested interest with accessibility, a member of Council, an Accessibility Coordinator through the Office of the City Clerk and administrative staff who will act as resources.

Term

All members selected to sit on the Committee shall hold their seat for the term of Council and shall be appointed by the Lay Appointments Committee.

 

Click here to view council attendance of the Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee.

2019 MAAC Meetings

 

 Planning Advisory and Hearing Committee

Purpose:

This Committee is legislated requirement and is governed through the Planning Act.  Its role is to hold public hearings and make recommendations to Council on Official Plan/Zoning amendments, and subdivision/condominium applications.  It is also responsible for preparing planning policies and undertaking studies and research on specific land uses (industrial, residential or commercial) or specific districts of the City (i.e. Downtown).

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held monthly.

 

Current Composition:
All Members of Council
Amanda Brisson
Ronald Symington

 

Council Members: Consists of all of City Council
Lay Members: 2
Frequency of Meetings: Third Monday of the month subject to change
Time of Day:  7:00 p.m. 
Location of Meetings: City Hall, 360 Pitt Street

 

Click here to view council attendance of the Planning Advisory and Hearing Committee.

 

2019 PAC Meetings

2018 PAC Meetings

 Property Standards Appeals Committee 

Purpose:

The Property Standards Committee is a decision-making Committee appointed by Council and established under the provisions of the Ontario Building Code Act.  The Committee hears Appeals of Property Standards Orders that have been issued under the Building Code and the City's Property Standards By-law.  The Property Standards By-law regulates items of safety and general upkeep of properties and buildings. Property Standards Inspectors investigate and determine if the Property Standards By-law has been violated. If the property does not conform to the By-law, a Property Standards Order is issued to the owner of the property. If an owner disagrees with the Order or a portion of the Order, they may appeal to the Property Standards Appeal Committee.  

 

Meetings:

At the call of the Chair when requests for appeals are received.

 

Current Composition:
Kevin Amyotte
Alex de Wit
Gerry Roy

 

Council Members: None
Lay Members: 3
Frequency of Meetings: as required
Time of Day:  daytime

 
These meetings are confidential pursuant to the Municipal Act. 

 Raisin Region Conservation Authority 

Purpose:

The purpose of the Raisin Region Conservation Authority Board is to make decisions which directly affect its watershed, the citizens within the community and their environment; taking into consideration changing provincial/municipal political climate, the ever-changing public opinion on the environment, and the unpredictable economic indicators.  Financially, the Board sets financial policies, delegates spending to its General Manager, monitors the financial bottom lines, and lobbies for collective government funding resources.

 

Meetings:

The Board meets nine (9) times per year.


Current Composition:
Councillor Carilyne Hébert
Councillor Claude McIntosh


Council Members: 2
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: 18 annually, third Thursday of every month except for summer
Time of Day:  7:00 p.m. (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: Raisin Region Conservation Authority, 6589 Boundary Road

 

Click here to view council attendance of the Raisin Region Conservation Authority.

Click here to view the Raisin Region Conservation Authority website.

 St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences 

Purpose:

The SLRIES is a non-government organization dedicated to education and research on large rivers and their associated ecosystems.  It serves as a leader in environmental research, education and community action on the St. Lawrence River by partnering with local stakeholders, government, the City of Cornwall and the Mohawks of Akwesasne on research programs involving related activities such as mentoring students, sharing research outcomes, collaborating with partners and participating in associated social and government policy debates.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held quarterly, or at the call of the Chair.


Current Composition:
Councillor Todd Bennett

 

Council Members: 1
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: quarterly (March, June September and December)
Time of Day:  3:00 p.m. (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences

 

Click here to visit the St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences website.

 Senior Friendly Community Plan Development Advisory Committee 

Purpose:

The roles of this Committee include developing an implementation action plan to support seniors and people with dementia; to reduce organizational, social and physical barriers that prevent seniors and people with dementia from fully engaging in community activities; to provide education about aging and dementia; and to provide a healthy community by focusing on key area identified by the World Health Organization.  All recommendations are forwarded to City Council for consideration.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held quarterly, or at the call of the Chair.

 

Current Composition:
Mayor Bernadette Clement
Councillor Syd Gardiner
Councillor Glen Grant 
Bernard Lamarche
Beverley Robertson
Brian L. Lessard
France Brunet
Ian McKinnon
Jean-Louis Tanguay
Linda Newman
Yvette L. Gauthier
Rachel Larin

 

Council Members: 3 
Lay Members:  9
Frequency of Meetings: Monthly
Location of Meetings: EMS Training Room, 601 Campbell Street

 

Click here to view council attendance at the Senior Friendly Community Implementation Committee.

2019 Meetings

 

2018 Meetings

 Service Manager Joint Liaison Committee

Purpose:

This Committee is legislated through the Social Assistance Reform Act, the Social Services Improvement Act, and the Consolidated of Municipal Services Management-Consolidation Planning Framework: Southern Ontario, January 1998.

The SMJLC is a partnership between the City and the United Counties of SDG in overseeing the programs and financial management of the delivery of shared services managed by the City of Cornwall, i.e. Ontario Works, Child Care, Social Housing and Land Ambulance services.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held quarterly, or at the call of the Chair.

 

Council Members: 4
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: 4 annually
Time of Day:  10:00 a.m. (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: Council Chambers, 360 Pitt Street (occasionally at SD&G, 26 Pitt Street)
Person Calling Meetings:  Pre-scheduled and/or Chair and/or Mayor/Warden

 

Click here to view council attendance at the Service Manager Joint Liaison Committee.

 Social Planning Council for Cornwall and Area 

Purpose:

Per the attached, the model for Social Planning Councils (SPC) is well established and acts as a united voice on social issues for the community.   Membership includes various groups and agencies that work together to improve and enhance the quality of life in our community.

 

Current Composition:
Councillor Todd Bennett 

 

Council Members: 1
Lay Members: None
Frequency of Meetings: to be determined
Time of Day:  12:00 Noon (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: City Hall, 360 Pitt Street

 Transit Committee 

Purpose:

The Transit Committee is pro-active in recommending to Council strategies for the municipal transit service in the City of Cornwall, aiming at promoting and providing accessible, reliable and affordable services to its citizens while minimizing the cost to the taxpayer.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held on a quarterly basis.

 

Current Composition:
Councillor Justin Towndale
Carol Boileau
Kevin Amyotte
Robert L. Lalonde 

 

Council Members: 1
Lay Members: 2, plus 1 Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee
Frequency of Meetings: quarterly
Time of Day:  12:00 Noon (2 hours)
Location of Meetings: City Hall, 360 Pitt Street

 

Click here to view Council Attendance of the Transit Committee.

 

 Discontinued Committees
The following committees have been discontinued. To access past minutes and agendas, or for more information, please contact the Clerk's Office at 613-930-2787 ext. 2316.
  • Budget Steering Committee
  • Building Industry Liaison Advisory Committee (BILAC)
  • Council Compensation Committee
  • Economic Development Strategic Plan Implementation Advisory Committee
  • Fire Master Plan Implementation Committee
  • Heritage Property Tax Relief Program Committee
  • Municipal Environmental Advisory Committee
  • Municipal Tax Registration Policy
  • Official Plan/Urban Settlement Boundary Steering Committee
  • Personnel Committee
  • Port Divestiture Committee
  • Property Standards Advisory Committee
  • Recreation Advisory Committee
  • Review of Community Agencies Committee
  • Skateboard/BMX Sub-Committee
  • Youth Advisory Committee
  • Cornwall and Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Downtown BIA and Le Village BIA
  • Canada Day Committee
  • Cornwall Harbour Development Corporation
 Deferred Committees 

The following committees have been deferred. To access past minutes and agendas, or for more information, please contact the Clerk's Office at 613-930-2787 ext. 2316.

  • Cornwall Regional Airport Review Committee
  • Cornwall and Akwesasne Liaison Committee
  • Cultural Plan Committee
  • Waterfront Committee
  • Waterfront Land Acquisition Committee

For more information, please contact the Clerk's Division at 613-930-2787 ext. 2316.

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