Meet your municipal council
Municipal Council for the Township of Fauquier-Strickland is composed of five (5) members being a Mayor and four (4) Councillors. To contact a member of Council, please click on the name below.
Requesting an Appearance Before Council
If you wish to appear before Council, please submit the following form along with any supporting documentation to the Clerk's Office. Forms may be submitted electronically or printed and mailed to:
Township of Fauquier-Strickland
PO Box 40, 20 Doyon Street
Fauquier, ON P0L 1G0
Your form must be received by the Clerk's Office no later than 3:00 pm on the Thursday prior to the Council meeting date you wish to attend. This gives the Clerk sufficient time to review your request, advise the Mayor and Council and, if necessary conduct background research into the issue. The Clerk will notify you as to which date you are invited to address Council. If you have an issue of importance, but you don't feel the need to speak in front of Council, you may address a letter to the Clerk.
Appearing Before Council
Public delegations are always the first item on the Council agenda. The Mayor or Acting Mayor will invite delegations to the Council table to speak on their issues. Delegation presentations are limited to 10 minutes in duration. During the presentation, Mayor and Council may ask questions of the delegation, as well as Township staff. Upon closure of the discussion, Council may make a decision or refer the item to the appropriate department for further input or advice.
Council normally takes some time to review items before deciding what action to take on an issue. If you would like clarification on an issue discussed or decision made or the status of a decision, please contact the Clerk's Office.
Municipal Conflict of Interest Registry
Under the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, the Corporation of the Township of Fauquier-Strickland is required to establish a public registry wherein written statements of pecuniary interest by Members of Council are maintained for public record.
Section 6.1 of the Act requires municipalities and local boards to establish and maintain registries that keep copies of statements filed under Section 5.1 and of declarations recorded under Section 6 of the Act.
The registry, which includes a copy of the written statements of pecuniary interest, is available for viewing by contacting the Municipal Clerk at 705-339-2521.