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A new edition of the Townschool Council begins its activities
After a successful début last year, Mount Royal’s Townschool Council has made a triumphant return this fall. Once again, a dozen sixth-grade students – a mix of boys and girls from various primary schools located within the Town limits – assembled in Town Hall’s Elizabeth Hall on November 7 to be duly sworn in following elections held in their respective educational institutions.
As was the case last school year, the young councillors will meet monthly under the chairmanship of mayor Philippe Roy to organize a special project. The end of their term of office will roughly coincide with the end of the school year. Last week’s swearing-in of the young councillors constituted a first step in their discovery of the municipal democratic process and their exploration of the role of elected official.
After planting a ginkgo in Connaught Park, the first cohort of Townschool councillors successfully completed their chosen project, which was to set up and staff information booths on environmental protection, an activity they carried out in connection with the house soccer end-of-season festivities last spring. (...) More
Last updated: December 5, 2013
A non-perishable food drive is being held to benefit the Côte-des-Neiges Multicaf, a community organization that provides food to low-income families.
From December 2 to 20, drop off your donations at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt), the library (1967 Graham), the recreation centre (60 Roosevelt), the municipal workshops (180 Clyde) or the inspection building (10-20 Roosevelt).
Registration to recreation activities other than aquatic ones begins at 6:00 on Monday, December 9 for residents using our online service. Why not bookmark our electronic registration site today?
This week, Mount Royal home and business owners are receiving an invoice for their water consumption. As the 2013 readings were taken in the fall instead of the spring, the period covered by the invoice is 15 months and not the usual 12 months, as is allowed under section 66 of our Water Supply By-law No. 1419.
Instead of checking the taxation period dates on your invoice, look under the "Meter Reading Details" to check whether in 2013 the amount shown as the previous reading matches the current reading on the invoice you received last year. You will then know whether this year’s measurement started with the right amount.
For more information, please have your invoice handy and dial 514-734-3021 or 514-734-3026.
In order to meet legal requirements, our public notices are always published in the Journal de Mont-Royal and posted at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue).
Last updated: December 4, 2013
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