An Ontario organization representing nearly 450 communities is pushing for legislative change after the option of appealing a high-profile court decision involving the municipal use of road salt was shot down. Continue reading
2017 MEOA CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW – PLEASE REGISTER SOON!
Please take time today to complete your registration to attend this great event, as the registration deadline of April 6th is approaching quickly.
Conference Registration Information @ www.meoa.org
Rooms are to be registered directly with the Nottawasaga Inn. A Conference rate of $149.00 is available to registrants, but availability of rooms is limited.
Hotel Registration Information @ http://www.nottawasagaresort.com
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2017 Conference & Trade Show: https://meoa.org/event/2017-conference-trade-show/
2017 PD Day: https://meoa.org/event/2017-pd-day/
2017 Technology Field Trip: TBD
Ontario municipalities could see ramifications from precedent-setting Superior Court decision over use of road salt.
Public works boss warns ‘roads may have to go back to gravel’.
The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is reviewing the current definition of a road-building machine (RBM) under the Highway Traffic Act (HTA). RBMs are exempt from many obligations under the HTA and other legislation that relies on the HTA for vehicle classifications. Continue reading