SPECIAL ELECTION EDITION

Municipal Election 2014 Candidates
THE
List of Candidates for the Township of Perth East 2014 Municipal Election - as of September 12, 2014
POSITION/CANDIDATE CONTACT INFORMATION
PEN
FALL 2014 EDITION
MAYOR
Bob McMillan
2288 Line 45, RR1, Gadshill, ON NOK 1JO [email protected]
this issue
DEPUTY MAYOR
Rhonda Ehgoetz
4672 Line 42 Sebringville, ON N0K 1X0 [email protected]
COUNCILLOR - ELLICE WARD
William A. Miller
4866 Line 59 Milverton, ON N0K 1M0 [email protected]
Don Brunk
4111 Line 73 RR1 Newton, ON N0K 1R0 [email protected]
COUNCILLOR - MILVERTON WARD
Jerry Smith
9 Pugh Street East Milverton, ON N0K 1M0 [email protected]
James K. Stewart
55 Main Street South Milverton, ON N0K 1M0 [email protected]
COUNCILLOR - MORNINGTON WARD
Helen Dowd
4710 Perth Line 72 Newton, ON N0K 1R0 [email protected]
COUNCILLOR - NORTH EASTHOPE WARD
Hugh McDermid
2656 Perth Line 43 Stratford, ON N5A 6S2 [email protected]
Jeff Cressman
1745 Line 37 New Hamburg, ON N3A 4B4 [email protected]
Greg Nafziger
4190 Perth Rd 107 Shakespeare, ON N0B 2P0 [email protected]
COUNCILLOR - SOUTH EASTHOPE WARD
Andrew MacAlpine
2208 Fraser Street, Shakepeare, Ont. N0B 2P0 [email protected]
TRUSTEE - AVON MAITLAND DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
Julie Ann Moore
2288 Line 45 RR1 Gadshill, ON N0K 1J0 [email protected]
Jeffrey Dale
49 Mill Street East Milverton, ON N0K 1M0 [email protected]
TRUSTEE - HURON PERTH DISTRICT SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD
Shared with the Township of Perth East, Municipality of North Perth and Municipality of Huron East
Amy Cronin
86236 Johnston Line RR2 Bluevale, ON N0G 1G0
CONSEIL DE DISTRICT DU CENTRE-SUD-QUEST (French Public Board)
Shared with Regional Municipality of Waterloo and Counties of Middlesex, Wellington, Huron and Perth
Denis Trudel
74 Kipling Ave. London, ON N5V 2K1
Johanne R. Gray
770 Barclay Road London, ON N6K 1K8
Denise Alice Carter
56 Livingstone Cres Cambridge, ON N3H 5S7
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT DES ECOLES CATHOLIQUE DU SUD-OUEST
(French Catholic Board) Shared with Counties of Oxford, Grey and Perth
No candidates filed as of September 12, 2014
SPECIAL
ELECTION
EDITION
Important election
information - see
pages 5-7
2014 Municipal
Election Candidates
are featured on the
back cover
Online Payments P.2
Election 2014 P.5-7
Building Permits P.9
Election Candidates P.12
VOTE BY MAIL
The Township of Perth East will be utilizing the VOTE BY MAIL method for the
2014 Election. Eligible voters will receive their Voting Kit, via Canada Post mail
beginning the week of September 29th, 2014. In order to ensure delivery in
time for Voting Day, ballots must be mailed by October 18, 2014. Should a
voter be unable, or choose not to mail their vote, a central drop-off location at
the Perth East Municipal Office will allow in-person voting until the close of
voting (8:00 pm) on Voting Day – October 27, 2014.
ARE YOU ON THE VOTERS LIST?
UPCOMING
PERTH EAST
COUNCIL
MEETINGS
2014
7:30PM Start
Oct. 7
Oct. 21
Council
Council
___________________________
7:00PM Start
Nov. 4
Nov. 18
Council
Council
All documents, including
this newsletter, are
available in other/
accessible formats.
Contact the Clerk’s
Office at
(519)595-2800 for more
information
In order to receive the required Vote By Mail Kit, it is important that you are on
the voter’s list.
The Preliminary List of Electors for the Township of Perth East for the year
2014, prepared as required by the Municipal Elections Act 1996 (Section 23), as
amended, is available from the Office of the Municipal Clerk, 25 Mill Street E.
Milverton, ON.
Electors should check to ensure that their names and relevant information are
correctly shown on the list.
Application for inclusion, additions or corrections to or deletions from the list
may be made by an elector by completing and filing an Application to Amend
the Voters List form (EL15) with acceptable identification and providing the
information to the Office of the Municipal Clerk.
No person shall use information obtained from the Preliminary List of
Electors except for election purposes.
The last day for filing applications for inclusion, additions, corrections or
deletions is October 27th, 2014 at 8:00PM.
IMPORTANT 2014 DATES:
Sept. 29 :
Oct. 18
Oct. 25:
Oct. 27:
(the week of): Voter Kits (Ballots) arrive in your mailbox
Deadline to mail completed ballot for guaranteed delivery by mail
In-person drop-off available in Shakespeare 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Election Day – Final Day for Voting
MUNICIPAL STAFF DIRECTORY
PURCHASING A
FARM?
Check with OMAFRA
before you purchase a farm
to be sure the property is in
the correct tax class, please
call 1-800-469-2285.
When a property is sold, it
will become 100%
residential. The farmland
assessment class is very
important and can mean the
difference of thousands of
dollars on a tax notice. The
Township must bill out
according to the
assessment information
sent to them and getting it
changed after the deadline
has passed is not always
possible.
TAX DUE DATES
Upcoming Dates:
Nov 28
MAILING ADDRESS
REMINDER
Please notify the Township
with your correct address.
Canada Post has returned
mail with incomplete
addresses.
Failure to receive a tax
notice does not exempt
you from penalty.
Phone: (519)595-2800
[email protected]
Fax: (519)595-2801
Long Distance: 1-888-712 -0618
www.pertheast.ca
ADMINISTRATION:
Now Available!
Online Payments
By Credit Card
Credit Card Payments
As of September 2014, the Township of Perth East is accepting credit card
payments (VISA, Mastercard and American Express) online. This service will
initially be set up for property tax, utility and general accounts receivable bill
payments, with more bill types to be introduced at a later date.
The
Township of Perth East will be using the secure "icity" platform with payments
accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with no cost to the Township. The
payer is given notice on the website that the convenience fees are their
responsibility.
For more information, visit www.pertheast.ca
Municipal Drains
If you are requiring any type of municipal drainage maintenance please
contact Ashley Matheson at the Township of Perth East at 519-595-2800
ext. 221 or send an email to [email protected], prior to commencing
any work, to ensure the proper approval process is in place. Please note
that local conservation authority approvals/fees may be required.
EXT.
FIRE DEPARTMENT:
Landfill Hours
Ellice Landfill
Year Round
Mon. 8:00am - 12:00pm
Wed. 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Sat. 9:00am - 4:00pm
South Easthope Landfill
Year Round
2nd/4th Sat.
8:00am -12:00pm
Tues. 8:00am - 12:00pm
Thurs. 1:00pm - 5:00pm
EXT.
Glenn Schwendinger
CAO
232
Bill Hunter
Fire Chief
226
Theresa Campbell
Clerk
223
Todd McKone
Fire Prevention Officer
227
Donna Chaffe
HR Manager/CAO Assistant
238
Tanya Bettridge
Assistant
233
Ashley Matheson
Assistant/Receptionist
221
PUBLIC WORKS & PARKS:
Kate Skelding
Assistant
225
Mackenzie Kipfer
Assistant
FINANCE:
(After hours: 595-8700)
EXT.
Wes Kuepfer
PW & Parks Manager
234
221
Bill Wilson
Operations Coordinator
249
EXT.
Mike Kuepfer
Foreman, North
Rhonda Fischer
Treasurer
229
Ron Pfeifer
Foreman, South
Wendy McMurray
Accounting Supervisor
247
Bill Westman
Greenwood Cemetery (519)595-4051
Loretta Wicke
Property Tax/Utility Clerk
228
PERTH EAST RECREATION COMPLEX (PERC):
Connie Jantzi
Accounts Payable/Receivable
235
Phone: (519)595-8375 Fax: (519)595-4067
BUILDING/BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT:
EXT.
40 Temperance St. Milverton
Grant Schwartzentruber
Chief Building Official
222
Becky Westman
PERC Manager
Jonathan DeWeerd
Building/Sewage Inspector
244
Jeff Lamb
Operator
Jean Welsh
Assistant
224
Mackenzie Kipfer
Assistant
Maurita Boyle
By-law Enforcement Officer
231
Paul Weber
Arena Attendant
Gerald Moore
Plans Examiner
241
PLANNING: (Can also call 519-271-0531 ext. 413)
Adam Betteridge
PARKS & HALLS
TILE LOANS
For Tile Loan applications
and inquiries, contact
Wendy McMurray at 519595-2800 or
Box 455, 25 Mill Street East, Milverton, ON N0K 1M0
www.pertheast.ca/reccomplex
Planner
Ellice Hall/Quinlan Park
Perth County Federation of Ag. (519)393-5555
CANINE CONTROL
Greenwood Park
P.E.R.C.
(519)595-8375
Dan Schamber
Canine Officer
Morningdale Park
P.E.R.C.
(519)595-8375
Ashley Matheson
Dog Tagging
Shakespeare Optimist Hall
Karen Danis
(519)625-8088
PERTH EAST PUBLIC LIBRARY
PERC Banquet Hall
P.E.R.C.
(519)595-8375
19 Mill Street E. Milverton
MUNICIPAL DRAINS & TILE LOANS
EXT.
Cindy Dunbar
248
EXT.
(519)273-7869
221
(519)595-8395
www.pertheast.library.on.ca
Library CEO
Municipal Drains
Ashley Matheson
221
GARBAGE & RECYCLING PICK-UP
Tile Drains/Loans
Wendy McMurray
247
Bluewater Recycling
Drainage Superintendent
Bill Dietrich
HYDRO ONE
1-877-363-7464
(519)880-2708
EXT.
1-800-265-9799
TREE/WEED INSPECTION
Marvin Smith
(519)291-2236
PERTH EAST MUNICIPAL OFFICE – OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY, 8:30AM TO 4:30PM
www.pertheast.ca
Free Skating Cont’d
Jan 4
TarBush Giller & Associates
Jan 18
Mennonite Savings & Credit Union
Feb 16
Huronview Insurance
Mar 16
Milverton Lions Club
Mar 18
Milverton Lions Club
If interested in sponsoring a Free Skate, please
contact Becky at 519-595-8375
ON THE ICE
AVAILABLE ICE TIME
PARENT’N TOT SKATING
Please
check
out
our
website
at
www.pertheast.ca to view our ice schedule
contact Becky at PERC for available ice times.
Days: Mondays, Tuesdays
10:30 am – 11:30 am
Thursdays
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Ages: 6 years of age & under, plus caregiver
Cost: No Charge
Ice time allocated by PERC for pre-schoolers and
their parents or caregivers.
This time is
unorganized recreational skating only. Helmets
are recommended for all participants.
ADULT SKATING
PROGRAMS & SPECIAL
EVENTS
SHUFFLEBOARD
Days: Mondays
Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Cost: $2.00 per participant
INDOOR WALKING CLUB
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Cost: No Charge
Days: Mondays through Friday
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Cost: Free but preregistration is required
Helmets are recommended for all participants.
PUBLIC SKATING
Indoor walking club provides a great activity and
an easy way to exercise year round in a safe and
weather friendly setting.
Days: Sundays
Commencing September 18
Time: 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm
Cost: $3.50 unless sponsored
This program is offered by Community Outreach.
Contact Gina at 519-595-8755 for more
information on joining this program.
Ice time allocated by PERC for recreational
skating. Sticks and pucks are not permitted on
the ice surface during this time. See website for
schedule of sponsored public skating times.
Free Skating - Sponsors
Oct 5
Mennonite Savings & Credit Union
Dec 7
Milverton Firemen Association
Dec 12
Huronview Insurance
Dec 21
Perth Care for Kids
Dec 22
Milverton Lions Club
Dec 23
Culliton Inc.
Dec 28
Milverton Lions Club
PARADE OF LIGHTS CELEBRATION
Date: Friday December 12
Time: 7:30 pm (following Parade of Lights)
Cost: Free Admission
Free Skating and a visit with Santa 7:30 pm –
8:50 pm. Free Skating sponsored by Huronview
Insurance, Milverton
See you at The PERC!
www.nfpa.org
FIRE CHIEF’S DESK
SMOKE ALARMS
Smoke alarms that are properly installed and maintained play a vital role in reducing fire
deaths and injuries.
Smoke alarms save lives. If there is a fire in your home, smoke spreads fast and you need
smoke alarms to give you time to get out. Having a working smoke alarm cuts the chances of
dying in a reported fire in half. Almost two-thirds of home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes
with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.
Here's what you need to know!
• Test smoke alarms monthly - Push The Button!
• Change the batteries twice a year - Change the Clocks, Change the Batteries!
• Replace smoke alarms after 10 years - How Old Is Your Alarm?
• Develop & practice a home fire escape plan - Have 2 Ways Out!
CO (Carbon Monoxide) ALARMS
Although the popularity of carbon monoxide (CO) alarms has been growing in recent years, it
cannot be assumed that everyone is familiar with the hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning in
the home.
Often called the silent killer, carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless, colorless gas created
when fuels (such as gasoline, wood, coal, natural gas, propane, oil, and methane) burn
incompletely. In the home, heating and cooking equipment that burn fuel are potential sources of
carbon monoxide. Vehicles or generators running in an attached garage can also produce
dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.
Make sure you install and maintain CO alarms in your home!
SPARKY THE FIRE DOG®
Hey kids, check out all of the fun stuff Sparky has for you to do! Visit
www.sparky.org for games, activities and even colouring pages.
Parents will love it, too!
Found Dog/
Adopt-A-Dog
Now featured on the Perth East Website
under Municipal Services - Canine Control
are two new pages. The Found Dogs page
features lost dogs that are in the care of the
Canine Officer. The page will include one or
more photos and a description of the dog.
After the allotted time, if a Found Dog is not
claimed, it will be placed up for adoption and
featured on the Adopt A Dog page. If you have lost a dog or are interested in adopting one, the Perth
East website is a great place to look. www.pertheast.ca .
Getting Married? Get Your License Here!
The Township of Perth East issues marriage licences in accordance with provincial requirements
and Township policies and procedures. Licences are valid for 90 days from date of issuance.
To obtain further information regarding marriage licences, please visit the Township of Perth East
website www.pertheast.ca or contact the Township of Perth East at 519-595-2800.
Perth East Public Library
HOURS:
Monday and Saturday 9am-1pm;
Tuesday-Thursday 9am-8pm;
Friday and Sunday closed.
WELCOME NEW STAFF
Perth East Public Library is pleased to welcome
new staff members Rachel Garland, Maddison
Smith and Devon Cartwright.
AFTER 9 CLUB RETURNS
After 9 Club has returned after the summer hiatus. Children 9 years and up are invited to join us for
this weekly program offered every Wednesday evening from 6:30-7:30.
TODDLER TIME
Toddler Time continues every Tuesday morning from 10:30-11:00. Play and Learn with the Early
Years runs every Thursday morning from 10:00-11:30.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Anyone interested in joining the "Friends of the Library" committee please call 519-595-8395.
Building Permits
Planning to build or complete renovations to your
home, business or farm building? Building Permits
are required to ensure that zoning requirements, fire
and structural safety standards as well as other
building standards are met, primarily for safety
reasons.
Whether you do the work yourself or hire a
contractor, it is the property owner’s responsibility to
ensure that a Building Permit is obtained, when
required, and that the required inspections are
called for and any infractions are corrected. Starting
construction without a permit is illegal and is a
Provincial Offence under the Ontario Building
Code Act. We advise property owners to ensure
that the permit has been issued prior to any work
commencing.
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New heating system
Furnace replacements when
source (ie. Electric to Gas)
changing
fuel
Demolition/Removal
• Demolition of a building or portion of a building
Electrical
• The Building Department does not issue
electrical permits or carry out electrical
inspections. Please contact the Electrical Safety
Association for information (1-877-372-7233)
Close your building permits
Over the next few months the Building Department
will be again sending out letters to property owners
with open and outstanding Building Permits. Open
permits can cause issues when you plan to sell or
refinance your property. Financial institutions will
A building permit is generally required for, but is request, when a property is sold or when refinancing
is obtained, confirmation that all inspections have
not limited to, the following:
been completed and details on any outstanding work
Exterior
orders and Building Permits issued.
• Building a deck, porch, sunroom, solarium
To book an inspection or to inquire whether there are
• Building an addition
any open permits on your property please contact the
• Installing a pool
• Building a garage/carport (attached or detached) Building Department at 519-595-2800 ext. 241.
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2
• Sheds (greater than 10 m [108 ft ])
Booking Building Permit Inspections
• Altering a roof structure
• Altering a foundation (underpinning)
by voicemail
• Adding or altering exterior stairs
The Building Department has implemented a new
Interior
system for booking building inspections. To book
• Finishing your basement
your inspection, please call 519-595-2800 ext. 241
• Creating an accessory apartment/in-law suite/ and follow the instructions for leaving a message. If
basement apartment
booked by 4:00 pm one business day, the inspection
• Dormers or finishing attic space
can usually be booked for the next business day. A
• New or enlarged existing windows or doors
minimum 24 hours’ notice is required for all
• Interior structural alterations
inspections.
• Adding/removing walls
Information required to book an Inspection:
• Adding or altering chimney/woodstove/fireplace
• Name & Phone number of person requesting
• Adding a kitchen or bathroom
inspection,
• Change of use
• Permit #,
Plumbing, Sewage Systems
• Type of inspection required (indicated on Building
• Installing/altering plumbing systems
Permit),
• New sewage system or repairs to existing
• Address of project,
• Installation, repair of storm, sanitary and water • Date inspection required,
service
• Time inspection required (in AM or PM),
• Any information the inspector may need to
Heating
complete inspection.
• Major duct work
OPEN AIR BURNING
Fall is always a busy burning season. By-law
No. 08-2006 sets out the rules and regulations
for open air burning in Perth East and it is
available on the township website for your
reference. There is a section that prohibits the
burning of materials that contain rubbish or
create
obnoxious
odours
to
the
neighbourhood. We frequently answer
questions about the request to burn garbage,
old mattresses and other such items. Not only
is it a violation of the bylaw to burn these items
but you are putting yourself and your
neighbours at risk.
Burning rubbish and other prohibited
materials can create some of the following
toxic chemicals: arsenic, styrene’s, barium,
mercury, chromium, PCBs, particulates, formaldehyde, benzenes, hydrochloric acid, lead, cadmium,
hydrogen cyanide, and carbon monoxide.
We encourage you to seek out alternatives to burning:
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Utilize our local recycling options for newsprint, plastics, glass, office
paper and boxboard.
Compost organic waste such as vegetable scraps, leaves and grass
clippings and add the compost to your lawn or garden.
Of course, you can always try to buy less in the first place. Look for
products with less packaging and buy only what you need.
Proper waste disposal through processing, resource recovery or land
filling is always preferable to burning.
Open-Air Controlled Burn Permit - this permit can be obtained by calling 519-595-2800.
Perth East Transportation
Perth East Transportation provides transportation for individuals and groups using our bus, van
and volunteers. Trips are provided within Perth East and beyond
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To access this service:
Call our office at 519-595-8755
Office hours are Mon - Fri 8 am - 4:30 pm
Voice mail messages can be left, calls will be returned
next business day
24 hours notice is appreciated
Additional stops - please let us know at time of booking
Cancellations - call our office as soon as possible
Cost - trips are based on per kilometer (min $4.50)
Municipal
Election
2014
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Council for the Township of Perth East consists of 7 members:
Mayor
Deputy Mayor
South Easthope Ward Councillor
North Easthope Ward Councillor
Ellice Ward Councillor
Milverton Ward Councillor
Mornington Ward Councillor
Offices for School Trustees include:
Avon Maitland District School Board
Huron Perth District Separate School Board
Conseil de district du Centre-Sud (French Public Board)
Conseil scolaire de district des ecoles catholique du Sud (French Catholic Board)
Municipal Elections are held every four years.
VOTE BY MAIL
The Township of Perth East will be using Vote by Mail for the 2014 Municipal Election.
A mail in ballot provides greater accessibility for voters to vote from the comfort of their home. Voter's
Kits will be provided to every person who qualifies to be an elector and whose name is on the Voter's
List.
Voters are reminded to check the Voters' List for their name and confirm their mailing address. The
list is available at the Township office.
DID YOU RECEIVE YOUR BALLOT?
If an eligible elector does not receive a Voter Kit or if the Voter Kit is lost or destroyed, a new Voter
Kit may only be issued by attending the Township of Perth East Office located at 25 Mill Street East,
Milverton, ON during regular office hours (8:30 am – 4:30 pm) and until 8:00 pm on Election Day October 27, 2014.
The Municipal Clerk or designate will verify the elector’s eligibility to vote.
Inquiries regarding the Voters List should be made to the Clerks Department at 519-595-2800.
About the Election & Vote By Mail
WHAT IS VOTE BY MAIL?
Vote By Mail has become a popular method of conducting elections in Ontario. Rather than casting
ballots at a traditional Voting Place, a ballot is mailed to each qualified elector in advance of Election
Day. The voter marks the ballot, signs a declaration, and mails it back to the Municipal Clerk before the
deadline. Marked ballots can also be personally deposited at the Perth East Municipal Office up to and
including Election Day. All ballots are private and secure using a security envelope system.
IS VOTE BY MAIL SECURE?
Yes! Not only can you vote in the privacy and security of your own home, but your ballot is delivered
discreetly by mail using Canada Post.
AM I ELIGIBLE TO VOTE?
To be an eligible elector in the Township of Perth East you have to be:
• A Canadian Citizen
• 18 years of age or older
• Residing in the Township of Perth East or the owner or tenant of land in the Township, or the spouse
of such owner or tenant; and
• Not prohibited from voting under any law
Delivering Your Ballot In Person
LOCATION
DATES AND TIMES
Township of Perth East
Municipal Office
Municipal Office (Reception)
During regular office hours –
Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
until October 27, 2014 (Election Day)
25 Mill Street East,
Milverton
N0K 1M0
October 27, 2014 until 8:00 pm
After-Hours Drop Box , 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week until October 27, 2014 (Voting Day) 8:00 pm
Perth County Welcome Centre and
Artisan Marketplace
ONLY on October 25, 2014
2146 Line 34 (Hwy 7&8)
10:00 am – 4:00 pm (Right beside the Best Little Pork Shoppe
in Shakespeare)
BRING THE ENTIRE VOTER’S KIT IF DELIVERING YOUR BALLOT IN PERSON.
WHAT ABOUT STUDENTS?
A student may vote in the municipality where he or she is temporarily residing while attending school as
well as at his or her permanent home in a different municipality, provided that he or she does not intend
to change his or her permanent home.
HOW MANY VOTES DO I GET?
A voter is only entitled to vote once in a municipality and once in a school board even if the voter has
more than one qualifying property address within the municipality or school board. The place where they
vote is where they reside. In a municipality with wards, if a voter resides in one ward but has other
properties in different wards in the same municipality, he or she may only vote in the ward where he or
she resides. A voter may only have one permanent residence.
WHAT ABOUT COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES?
If the person's name does not appear on title, he/she is not entitled to use that property as a qualifying
address - a company is not entitled to vote.
The property owner must still satisfy all the other eligibility factors of any elector, such as citizenship,
residency within/outside the municipality, school board residency, etc.
WHAT IF I AM A TENANT OR TENANT FARMER?
A tenant is eligible to vote if he/she is a Canadian citizen, is 18 years of age or older and not disqualified
from voting for any of the reasons set out in the Municipal Act; and satisfies the following:
• the tenant farmer can only vote once in a given municipality;
• the tenant farmer must not be a corporation
• depending on where they permanently reside, they may not be eligible to vote for school board
trustees.
Municipal Election 2014 Results
Results will be available as soon as possible after 8:00 pm on Election
Day October 27, 2014 and will be available at the Perth East
Recreation Complex (PERC), on the Township of Perth East website at
www.pertheast.ca and posted at the entrances to the Municipal Office
located at 25 Mill Street E. Milverton, ON.
If you have questions concerning the upcoming Township of Perth East
2014 Municipal Election please contact the Clerk’s Department at the
Municipal Office, 25 Mill Street E. Milverton, ON at 519-595-2800 or
[email protected]
Election Information Hub
The Township of Perth East website is your one-stop information hub for the 2014 Municipal Election.
Information can be found on the site that is relevant to both voters and candidates. Voters can learn
about the Vote By Mail method, the offices and respective candidates, important dates, voter eligibility
and more. Candidates will have instant access to all the appropriate forms, guides and candidatespecific information. The website will also feature the Election Results following the completion of the
count on Election Day.
Visit the Election pages at www.pertheast.ca