While the big story at the November 6 Brownsburg-Chatham council meeting was the termination of seven new firefighters, council also passed a series of motions affecting other municipal projects and services.
Motions were passed to apply for funding to make improvements to trails and other outdoor recreation facilities, and for provincial funding for a community agriculture garden project.
Under public works, council awarded a contract for $23,000 for grass mowing at the municipal campground. At the municipal marina, $791,000 will be spent on new breakwaters as part of the project to enlarge the facility.
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