Brock Accessibility Advisory Committee (B.A.A.C.)
The Brock Accessibility Advisory Committee (B.A.A.C.) provides advice and recommendations to the Council of the Township of Brock on matters related to the identification, removal and prevention of barriers for persons with disabilities.
- View the B.A.A.C. Terms of Reference (pdf)
- B.A.A.C. has created an information brochure on accessibility related resources and initiatives in the Township of Brock, an Accessible Event Planning checklist which includes a number of recommendations to assist event organizers in making their event accessible to all, and an Accessibility Makes Good Business Sense sheet to assist businesses in learning ways to make their businesses more accessible. Contact us for a copy of these documents.
Manilla Community Recreation Centre Committee of Management
The Manilla Hall Board of Management promotes the use of the hall by the community, undertake fund-raising activities and events to promote financial sustainability, manage the hall in the best interests of the community and municipality in accordance with municipal procedures and regulations, and identity and assess leisure needs within the community.
Wilfrid Community Recreation Centre Committee of Management
The Wilfrid Hall Board of Management promotes the use of the hall by the community, undertake fund-raising activities and events to promote financial sustainability, manage the hall in the best interests of the community and municipality in accordance with municipal procedures and regulations, and identity and assess leisure needs within the community.
Sunderland Township Hall Board of Management
The Sunderland Town Hall Board of Management encourages and assists in promoting opportunities to meet the needs and interests of the Sunderland and area community.
Committee of Adjustment
The Committee of Adjustment schedules public hearings to consider minor variance applications which have been received. The need for a minor variance occurs when some aspect of a building project does not meet the requirements of the comprehensive Zoning By-law, although there may be other circumstances that require a minor variance.
Public Library Board
Public libraries are located in each of the three urban areas in Brock Township and are run by the Public Library Board. The role of the board is to work with the Library CEO to execute the mission, vision and values of the organization and determine the goals and objectives of the library and secures adequate funds to fulfill these goals.
The cost of fences to be erected along a common property line are normally shared between two property owners. In the event of a disagreement between two property owners, or if one property owner does not wish to pay their share, an application may be made to the Township to have the Fence Viewers attend the property.
Fence Viewers are appointed by Council to arbitrate and make awards as to the cost of the fence construction along common property lines. The Fence Viewers will attend the property to visually inspect the area and, once completed, they will file a report outlining the responsibilities to each property owner (section of fence to be erected and type), assign a date by which the fence must be constructed, and assess costs for their attendance.
The Township’s Livestock Investigators are appointed by Council and are contacted in the event of livestock being killed or injured by wildlife. The Investigator attends the scene and remains and files a report with the Township for reimbursement through OMAFRA.
The Poundkeeper is responsible for securing and housing any at large livestock. The Poundkeeper will house and feed such animal(s) until the owner pays the required pound fees and takes the animal back to their farm.
Council Compensation Review Committee
The Council Compensation Review Committee (CRCC) is an advisory Committee of Council, comprised of members of the public and Council, supported by Township staff, who will complete a review of the current compensation for elected officials of the Township of Brock.
A past municipally elected official is not eligible for appoint to the Committee unless that person has not been in a municipally held position for at least two (2) years prior to 2018 municipal election.
The committee will:
- Review the current compensation for elected officials;
- Review expenditure allowances and reimbursement policies;
- Compare compensation to other municipalities in Durham Region;
- Compare compensation to similarly structured municipalities across Ontario;
- Consider the duties of Council and legislative compensation requirements and;
- Provide a formal recommendation with supporting data to Council on proposed compensation rates by December 2020.
Non-Profit Sector Review Committee
The Non-Profit Sector Review Committee is an advisory Committee of Council, comprised of members of the public and Council, supported by Township of staff, who will provide advice and recommendations to Council on the current state of Non-Profit Community Organizations within the Township of Brock.
- The committee will:
- Discuss challenges and opportunities facing non-profit sector community organizations in the Township of Brock;
- Network and discuss opportunities for cross-collaboration within the community organizations in the Township of Brock and;
- Provide advice and recommendations to Council on how the Township can provide meaningful support to local organizations.