Aurora Ward System Approved

I am pleased to share that the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) issued its decision re: the ward boundary appeal.

The appeal has been dismissed and the Town’s by-law creating the ward system has been affirmed.  In its dismissal, the Tribunal stated that “…the Tribunal finds that the process was fair, reasonable and transparent and included a consideration of all options, including retention of the current at-large system. The Tribunal further finds that the Town’s study included public consultation and that input received both for and against the change to a ward-based system was considered.”

The Town of Aurora now officially moves to a ward system with 6 wards.

To learn more about specific ward locations please visit Town of Aurora Wards

Below the entire final decision is available to read.

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