Please consider attending to support Norfolk Victims of Industrial Wind Turbines as Stephana Johnston (and other adversely impacted residents) give their deputations to the HN Board of Health on Tuesday, April 28 at the Norfolk County Council chambers.
Start time for the HN Board of Health meeting is 5:30 pm, for more information please call 519 – 586 – 9437:
“This is to confirm that you are scheduled on the Agenda for the Board of Health meeting on Tuesday, April 28,2015, as a deputation to speak regarding Health Hazards.
Please be advised that the Board of Health meeting will commence at 4:30 p.m. changed to 5:30 pm in the Council Chambers, County Administration Building, 50 Colborne Street South, Simcoe. Please use the Talbot Street entrance and proceed upstairs.
A direct link to the Agenda will be posted on the front page of Norfolk County’s website, www.norfolkcounty.caunder Public Notices on the Friday afternoon prior to the meeting if you would like to see where you are scheduled on the Agenda.
The Procedural By-Law of Norfolk County allows deputations to address Committee for ten minutes in total per person or group. Following your deputation, Committee will have an opportunity to ask questions regarding your deputation. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Andy Grozelle, Clerk, at 519-426-5870, Extension 1228 or email@example.com. or Stephanie Godby, Deputy Clerk/Licensing Coordinator at 519-426-5870, Extension 1237 or firstname.lastname@example.org..
If you require the use of the laptop and projector for a PowerPoint presentation, please contact Janet Woynarski in the Clerk’s office at email@example.com or by telephone 519-426-5870 Extension 1222 to make arrangements to have your presentation loaded onto the laptop in advance of the meeting to ensure that it works properly.
We are committed to providing services as set out in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. If you have any accessibility needs, please contact us as soon as possible.
Please note that all Norfolk County Buildings have been designated as Scent Free and we encourage visitors to refrain from using scented products when meeting in Norfolk County Buildings.”