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  1. Intro vaccine passports for Rec centre participation

    I suggest that vaccine passports be required for Rec Centre use. With unvaccinated participation , health measures often require capacity levels to be reduced to much lower levels. With 75 percent and growing already vaccinated, Vaccine passports would increase confidence and more spaces for participation at the centres .

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    Starting September 22, people need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access select indoor services and programs taking place at community centres, arenas, pools and entertainment/cultural venues. This is required by the Government of Ontario’s proof of vaccination regulations. Some exceptions are permitted under these regulations. Full details: www.barrie.ca/ProofOfVaccine

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  2. Look at the damage that Comorov birds are doing to the trees along the waterfront between Johnson beach and Lak house. Trees are dying

    We need the city to go in a boat and view the damage to the trees. There is also an area across the lake. They are a large group of birds and in Orillia they decimated an entire island. Don’t know how to get rid of Comoros but we need to investigate before too much damage is done

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    The City has implemented the cormorant management portion of its geese management contract. The company that addresses geese control is now conducting some cormorant control options to attempt to move these birds off to roost elsewhere.

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  3. FINE THESE DEMONS WHO PARK OFF THE CITY!!!!!

    The City should put out a new By-Law about our garbage being put out the night before as these **** pickup and black trailer is parked in front of our house for about 3 days and nights in a row and he has ample room to park in his own driveway. This is not fair to the City picking up our recycling today and have to drive around them. What kind of **** laws do we have here in Barrie, On? These demons will dump our garbage all over if we put it out the night before and it is…

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    According to the City’s traffic bylaw, no person shall park a vehicle in front of or within 1.5 metres of the entrance to a public lane or private driveway, and within 9 metres of an intersection unless otherwise indicated by sign. The consolidated by-law is available for download at www.barrie.ca/bylaws

    To report infractions at the time of occurrence, or to inquire further about this or other by-laws in relation to your particular experience, please contact Enforcement Services at (705) 739-4241 or enforcement.services@barrie.ca

    Enforcement Services staff retrieve messages from this phone number 7 days/week, 7:30am–11pm from April through November and 24/7 from December through March.

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  4. Stop using the Barrie Advance to distribute the City of Barrie Calendar

    The Barrie Advance can not guarantee to the door delivery and for most of us only get it thrown on our driveways.
    I have had to stop delivery because I have someone clear the snow from my driveway and I do not want these haphazardly thrown newspapers wrecking their equipment.
    Can the city switch delivery methods? Hire a charity to deliver the calendars or use (I hate to say it) Canada Post.

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  5. ban people from outside simcoe county while there area is in “red” or lockdown. Why should this area have to deal with consequences of the

    It will cost this area. Ie hospital beds being full, when virus spreads exponentially We will be in lockdown for Christmas when we should be on the other side of the curve

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  6. The bank at the corner of mulcaster and collier st. needs to have wheel chair parking in front of the bank not across the road .

    There are no wheel chair parking spots in front of the bank. ( Bank of Montreal ). This makes it very difficult for handycap customers. The first 2 spaces in front of the bank should be for wheel chair. Collier St and Mulcaster.
    There is one wheel chair spot across the road which makes no sense at all. Thank you

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