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January 25, 2019
Public Notice - Declaration of Surplus Lands

Parts of Abandoned Railway Corridor, Tillsonburg & South-West Oxford

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS, in accordance with Oxford County Policy on the Disposal of Land, and amendments thereto, that the Oxford County Council proposes to deem the following lands to be surplus to the needs of the County:

Parts of abandoned railway corridors crossing through Tillsonburg and South-West Oxford

Please note that legal description and detailed property mapping is available upon request or can be viewed at the Customer Service desk in the Oxford County Administration Building, as well as at the Tillsonburg and South-West Oxford municipal offices.

The County intends to dispose of sections of the abandoned railway corridor that have been deemed as not viable for use as utility and/or trail corridors, as well as, surplus flank lands through wider sections of the former railway corridors.

A report and by-law will be considered for adoption at the Council meeting outlined below. Written comments and/or verbal comments will be considered at the Council meeting noted below.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7:00 PM
Council Chambers
Oxford County Administration Building
21 Reeve Street, Woodstock, Ontario

Additional information concerning this proposal is available by calling 519-539-9800. For more information and/or to submit written comments, contact the Office of the Clerk.

Frank Gross, C. Tech
Manager of Transportation and Waste Management Services

Chloe Senior, Clerk
Oxford County Administration Building
P.O. Box 1614 -21 Reeve Street
Woodstock ON N4S 7Y3

Sign language and French language interpretation available with written notice to County Clerk at least seven days in advance of public meeting.

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