The Township of Perth East launches “Your Say Perth East”

Source: Perth East
Date: Tue Sep 4 11:45:08 MST 2018

Milverton, ON – The Township of Perth East has officially launched a new public engagement website titled “Your Say Perth East”, for residents and ratepayers to engage with the Township and fellow participants on projects happening in Perth East.

In a joint initiative and purchase with the County of Perth, “Your Say Perth East” uses the EngagementHQ platform to enable the public to share their thoughts on numerous projects, have access to specific information about a project and to see history of the project all in one online area.

“’Your Say Perth East’ is going to be an important tool for the Township to engage with the public using many different types of tools and on multiple projects at the same time,” says Chief Administrative Officer of the Township of Perth East, Glenn Schwendinger.

Projects that are ready for input from you on “Your Say Perth East” are:

Pay in #PerthEast (Online Payment Services);
Define Your #PerthEast Library (Perth East Library Programming and Services);
Interact, Engage, Discuss with #PerthEast (Communications Strategic Plan) and
The County of Perth Official Plan Review
In addition, the Township of Perth East will soon be asking for your input on the Asset Management Plan Project and the Strategic Plan on “Your Say Perth East”.

“We (the Township) are excited to offer this additional tool for our community to interact with fellow members of the community, council and staff on items that affect Perth East,” says Mayor of the Township of Perth East, Bob McMillan.

The Township of Perth East invites residents, property owners, businesses, service groups and other stakeholders register for a free account, to share their thoughts about important projects in our community at www.yoursaypertheast.ca! “Your Say Perth East” is always being updated, so stay tuned for new projects, initiatives and questions that you can have “your say” on!


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