Township of South Stormont Ontario Bulletin for September 2013 – Check Them Out on Facebook Now Too!



Contact Information

Town Hall

Telephone: 613-534-8889 or 1-800-265-3915

Fax: 613-534-2280

Address: 2 Mille Roches Road, PO Box 84, Long Sault, ON K0C 1P0

Email Address:


Mayor Bryan McGillis 613-937-3116


Deputy Mayor Tammy Hart 613-984-2543


Councillor Cindy Woods 613-537-2977


Councillor Barry Brownlee 613-537-9753


Councillor Richard Waldroff 613-537-8226

Regular business hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Latest news and information:   visit

South Stormont Town Council 2012

Council Meetings

September 9 and 25 at 7:00 PM


The public is welcome to attend.

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Town Hall Closure

The Town Hall will be closed on Labour Day, Monday, September 2. Staff will be available at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, September 3.

Public Presentation Handouts October 25, 2011






Seconds can mean the difference between life and death in an emergency. Without clearly posted civic numbers to guide them, emergency responders can sometimes have difficulty locating the address of a 911 emergency. Please make sure that your civic number is posted in front of your home or business, and that it is clearly visible from the road day or night.


 Assistant Facilities Attendant

The Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting resumes for the part-time student position of Assistant Facilities Attendant.  Applicants must be a minimum of sixteen years old, currently enrolled in school, and be available to work weeknights and weekends from September 2013 to April 2014.  Resumes to the attention of Kevin Amelotte, Parks and Recreation Supervisor can be delivered to the South Stormont Town Hall (2 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault) during business hours, or emailed to  The application deadline is August 29 at 1:00 PM.


Utility Billing (Water/Sewer for the period January to June, 2013

Water bills have been mailed and are due September 9.  If you have not received your water bill, please contact Kandie at the Town Hall for a copy.

Property Taxes

A friendly reminder that the final installment for 2013 property taxes is due on September 30.    For your convenience, please be advised of the following methods of payment available:

  • In person at the Town Hall, cash, cheque, etc.

  • Mail cheque or money order to P.O. Box 84, Long Sault, ON K0C 1P0.

  • After hours, access the drop off box beside the front entrance of the Town Hall.

  • Telephone/internet banking.

  • At ABMs (automated bank machines) and at most financial     institutions.

Please ensure that your method of payment allows sufficient time for processing; payments must be received at the office by the due date. A penalty of 1.25% is added to all outstanding tax accounts the day after the payment due date and continues to be added on the first day of each month until the account is paid in full.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Addressing Your “Address”

Please review your invoices to confirm your mailing address is complete, including a post office box number if applicable.  Should any changes be required, kindly contact the Municipal Office. The Township is not responsible for undelivered mail.


Basting in BBQ Basics

  • Keep children and pets far away from a hot grill, and never leave them unsupervised in the area of an ignited barbecue.

  • Never use wood, charcoal briquettes, barbecue starter fluid or gasoline in conjunction with your propane or natural gas barbecue.

  • Barbecue in an open outdoor space due to ventilation and safety reasons.

  • Keep the barbecue away from wooden fences, wooden walls, combustible overhead roofs and from trees with low branches.

  • Don’t allow an accumulation of grease to occur by keeping your grill and burners clean.

  • Never fight a grease fire with water – this will only cause the flames to flare up. Keep loose clothing away from a hot barbecue – roll up your sleeves or cook in a short sleeved shirt. If your clothing catches on fire, quickly Stop, Drop and Roll.

  • Use long handled tongs and brushes while grilling.

  • Wear oven mitts and a heavy apron to protect yourself from fire while grilling.

  • If you do burn yourself, run the affected area under cool water for five minutes. If your burn is serious (charring, blistering) seek medical attention right away.

* Select Information taken from Magazine ‘SummerSmart’ published by TSSA and the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council.


Parks and Recreation Department (Long Sault Arena)

Telephone: 613-534-2419

Address: 60 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault, ON   K0C 1P0



South Stormont will be hosting the 3rd annual South Stormont Kids Day at the Long Sault Arena on Saturday, August 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Cost for the event is $10.00 per child and FREE for adults. The arena floor will be full of inflatable rides, face painting, and contests.  Vendors will also be selling cotton candy, drinks, and popcorn.  This event is a perfect way to end a great summer of events!!


The early bird registration for the 2013-2014 hockey season has passed but there still may be spots available in certain divisions. For more registration information please visit the official website at  Forms are also available at the Long Sault Arena during regular business hours.


The Hall of Fame is now accepting induction nominations for the next ceremony scheduled for September 2014.  Forms are available at the Long Sault Arena and can also be downloaded from the website at


The flyer will be delivered to all homes the week of September 2.  If you have a program taking place in South Stormont and would like to advertise registration or event dates please email your information to before August 28.


Superior Tanker Shuttle Accreditation7th Annual Ingleside Firefighter Challenge

Firey Results! Great Success!

Top Individual Time

Andrew ter Horst   1:23:12

Jimmy Ivanski   1:23:44

 Lue Servais 1:32:22



Top Team Time

Ingleside   4:18:62 (combined best 3 times of team members)


The Ingleside Firefighters Association would like to thank all the participants but more importantly the amazing group of volunteers not only from the Fire Association but we welcomed the Ladies Auxiliary, students from the local high school and various others that volunteered their time. Their contribution to this community event truly shows amazing community spirit. The organizing committee would also like to recognize and thank all the community sponsors; it is truly community minded individuals and businesses that make these events possible!

A + B + 1,2,3 = September 3

Welcome Back To School! Keep it fun, safe and successful.

Whether on a city street, highway or county road, and regardless of the speed limit and the number of lanes, motorists travelling in both directions must stop when approaching a stopped school bus with its upper red lights flashing. A flashing stop arm will swing out while passengers are boarding or leaving the bus. (The only exception: on highways separated by a median, traffic coming from the opposite direction is not required to stop). Once all passengers have boarded, the STOP arm will fold away. Do not start moving until the red lights have stopped flashing and the bus begins to move. -Ministry of Transportation Ontario-

Important: Vehicle owners can be charged if their vehicle illegally passes a stopped school bus. Fines range from $400 to $2,000.

Providing the Eastern Ontario Community with a fun filled Labour Day Weekend for 146 years in Newington, Ontario.    Enjoy all the attractions for all ages from Friday, August 30 to Monday, September 2 at the Newington Fair Grounds.

Friday Demolition Derby starts at 7:00 p.m. RAIN OR SHINE.

For further information, please contact Barbara-Ann Glaude at 613-703-9122, or Fair Weekend at 613-346-2079 or visit

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