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Canadian Champion (Milton, ON), 10 Oct 2019, p. 31

The following text may have been generated by Optical Character Recognition, with varying degrees of accuracy. Reader beware! (| 311 REGION ~ sHalton LA £ in BRU ube ~ Halton Highlights 5s Access to Regional services is one click, one tap . or one call away Halton Region contributes to a high quality of life in our community by providing Regional roads, community planning, waste management, water and wastewater infrastructure, public health programs, social services and.7 more. It's easy to connect with our programs <5) services, and we work to ensure you can access information, resources and support in the way that works best for you. To recognize Customer Service Week, we would like to highlight how you can contact us: EA Visit for information, Download the OneHalton app resources and online tools and forms. to access services from your ht mobile device. } , | Follow us on social media for updates, Visit a Regional facility for . =n tips and arinouncements. in-person support. *® ~ Email us at or call 311 to connect with a customer A. service representative. : Bears srssasn ene nserie ease sans sess sass ts eps tsstsat sss sss AEE ERIE Res AeA RANI AL ARREST RARAR LENA R EER Abs . Help prevent wind- blown litter "We can all work together to keep our neighbourhoods clean! Here are some tips to keep in mind to help keep recyclables from blowing away on windy days: : 1 «Put materials at the curb by 7 a.m. the day of collection, not the night before. + ~ Consider placing recyclables in a clear plastic bag for curbside collection. « Place heavier items on top of loose materials. > These small.actions can make a big difference in reducing our impact on the environment. To find more tips, view your collection schedule or sign up for weekly reminders, please visit or download the OneHalton app. - ---- slain abana inion aS i sa ------------------------------------------------------ * Keeping you informed by highlighting what makes Halton a great place to live. Gary Carr, Regional Chair Make an informed decision this Federal election : Before you cast your ballot in the Federal : election, | encourage you to learn local : candidates' positions on issues that are . important to people in our community. : In September, we asked Federal election : candidates what they would do to: . invest in roads and infrastructure; - confirm Regional and Provincial regulatory roles in the proposed CN ~ truck-rail hub; « address climate change and support community resilience; « deliver-universal access to broadband internet; and - support safe, affordable and accessible government-assisted housing. . v : As we receive candidate responses, we will post them on our Federal election webpage. : To learn more, please visit : Remember, your vote counts--make : 'an informed decision on October 21! SF EE EEE ESAS EE EEE EEE EEA EIEN LEI AIEEE ATE Meetings at Halton Region 1151 Bronte Rd., Oakville, L6M 3L1 : Visit'for full schedule. October 16 9:30a.m. Regional Council Please contact us as soon as possible if you have any accessibility needs at Halton Region events or meetings. This page has been donated by this newspaper to communicate important ., Information to Halton residents at no cost to taxpayers. | : : | | | i 610Z '01 4990100 'Aepsinyy | uoidwey) ueipeue) uoyiy | Le wood uojeyapisur >

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