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Committee Members 

Councillor Walter Benotto 

Cheryl Peterson-Rivet

Janet Manschitz

Kelly Semple

Mikal Archer

Meetings are held quarterly on the 4th Tuesday of the Month at the Town Hall in Council Chambers, commence at 7:00 pm and are open to the public. 

2019 meeting dates have been approved as follows: February 26, May 28, August 27 and November 26, 2019.

For more information regarding the Accessibility Award Progarm Please Click Here

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilites Website

Access Ontario Website

Accessibility Directorate of Ontario Website

Town of Shelburne Accessibility Plan

Minutes 2018

April 24

June 26

Minutes 2017

April 25

September 26

Minutes 2016

January 27

March 30

April 27

July 6

October 26

November 30

Minutes 2015

April 29

May 20

June 17

July 29

August 26

September 30

Minutes - 2014

April 30

May 28

June 25

August 27

September 24

November 26

On June 7th 2010, the Accessibility Advisory Committee for the Town of Shelburne launched their Civic Accessibility Award Program.  For more information regarding the award program please Click Here

Front Row: Marie - Melissa Kelly's Grandmother, Debbie Harrison - Member of the AAC Committee, Donna Proctor - Member of the AAC Committee, Barbara Kelly - Melissa's Mother 

Back Row: Mayor Crewson, Councilor Walter Benotto - member of the AAC Committee, Mike Kelly - Melissa's Father and Diane Gallinger - Chair of the Accessibility Advisory Committee (Absent: Jennifer Mikulik)




The Shelburne Public Library received the Excellence in Accessibility Award from the Town of Shelburne Accessibility Advisory Committee during the regular Council meeting held September 23, 2013 for their Daisy (Digital Access Information System) Reader Program.  A reading program to assist those that have difficulty reading print because of a visual, physical or learning disability. 

 In partnership with the CNIB, the Shelburne Public Library is able to provide DAISY talking books for patrons with “print disabilities” such as blindness, vision impairment, or dyslexia.

 Donations from residents and organizations within the Town of Shelburne assisted the Library with implementing the program and continue to assist with funding the program on a regular basis.  Currently the Library has 104 talking books that are being rented each month and have over 200 titles available.  The DAISY Reader Program has also assisted local children with learning disabilities through their TD Summer Reading Program.

 Cathy Earle gladly volunteers her time every week visiting the seniors’ at Shelburne Residence and Dufferin Oaks promoting the DAISY Reader Program….”the seniors’ love it, they get so excited when they see me”….

 For more information regarding the DAISY Reader Program please contact the Shelburne Public Library (519) 925- 2168 or visit their website www.shelburnelibrary.ca


The Town of Shelburne Accessibility Advisory Committee would like to announce, the submission from Shelburne Primary Eye Care for the Civic Accessibility Award Program was selected for the “Exceptional Achievement in Access” award.

Their new office was clearly designed to accommodate the diverse needs of all of their patients.

They have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to accessibility with the construction of the new office and have provided precedence and standards for other business owners to follow, for that the Accessibility Advisory Committee would like to congratulate them.



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