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The director of finance and treasurer for the City of Deux-Montagnes, Julie Guindon, filed the city’s consolidated financial report for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2016, and audited by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, at the council meeting on July 13.
The City of Deux-Montagnes, in collaboration with the firm AGI environnement, will carry out inspections by camera and clogging sewer service entrances in several areas of the city as of July 24. The work will be carried out over a period of 3 months.
This work requires access to the piping (clean-out) that connects the homes to the pipeline of the municipality. The work will be carried out by the sewer access door usually located in the basement, near the water closure valve of the house. Generally, this procedure will require less than one hour of work.
An explanatory letter will be sent to the residences concerned by this.
The Deux-Montagnes Challenge is the first tennis tournament to be held at Olympia Park. The Challenge is on from August 13 to August 20, 2017. Anyone wishing to take part in the tournament must register online by the August 1, 2017. Click here to register
There will be plenty of prizes for winners in various categories. New this year: parent-children’s doubles matches (registration fee of $25.00 per team).
We’re counting on big crowds to cheer the players on!
From July 24 to August 13, a jury of residents and gardening experts will be checking out streets in the six distrcts of Deux-Montagnes… in search of the most beautiful home landscaping designs.
All Deux-Montagnes residents are automatically entered in the “fleurir Deux-Montagnes”contest. Evaluation criteria for landscaping projects includes variety and originality, respect for the environment, inclusion of infrastructure, overall visual effect as landscaping, and prominence given to the various plants.
The event is organized by the City of Deux-Montagnes horticulture department.
The information session is an opportunity for flood victims to restore and / or increase their sense of security, confidence, competence, self-esteem and autonomy by insisting that they can recover from the event. It is a group activity.
They will be able to talk about their experiences in connection with the floods and receive support from the psychosocial stakeholders of the CISSS. Exchanges between participants aim to normalize real-life responses, teach them how to manage stress, reduce cognitive distortions about the event, identify the emergence of a coping problem, and receive Advice to deal with them.
The ultimate goal of this activity is to foster the integration process of the event.
The psychosocial information session will take place on August 22, from 7 pm to 10 pm at the CLSC Jean-Olivier Chénier, at 29 chemin d’Oka.
The chemin d’Oka will be closed due to construction work. Please provide an alternate route.