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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

TIME: 7:30pm

PLACE: Warren Grove Community Hall – 7 Mill Road, WarrenGrove PE.

Residents of the Rural Municipality of Warren Grove who wish to preview the 2018 budget prior to its adoption in late March 2018 are welcome to attend.

Warren Grove, with a population of approximately 367 people, is located to the west of the Province's capital City of Charlottetown, and to the northwest of the Town of Cornwall. The municipality is attractive as a community in which to live, raise a family, conduct business or just to visit.

Warren Grove officially became a community on February 16th, 1985. Located on the western periphery of Charlottetown, Warren Grove is predominantly an agricultural community, although a scattering of residential and residential-commercial developments have occurred over the years. In February 1986, the Community developed its first Official Plan and development control bylaws. The land use objectives and policies established in 1986 have fared the Community well in the intervening years. But with the recent amalgamations in the Charlottetown and Cornwall areas, Warren Grove Community Council decided it was time to have a new look at the Community's land use and development policies in order that the Community could maintain its rural character in the shadow of encroaching urban development happening around it. In February 2004 the Community of Warren Grove adopted a revised, comprehensive Zoning and Subdivision Control (Development) By-Law as well as an Official Plan.

Warren Grove, a village, is located in Queens County in the central portion of Prince Edward Island, NW. of Charlottetown. Its precise location is N 46°16', W 63°13'. The Municipality was incorporated in 1985 and has a population of 367. The official history of the geographic name Warren Grove (which can be somewhat technical, we admit): Warren Grove (Loc.) was NOT ADOPTED 18 November 1966 on 11L/6b. Incorporated as a Community in 1985. May take its name from Warren Grove Creek in Lot 32 and which was adopted in PN of PEI, 1925.

Information courtesy Geomatics Canada.