The Township of Georgian Bluffs has a Code of Conduct once again.
They also established policy regarding communications between Council and staff.
Council passed a by-law on the code of conduct on Wednesday.
A clerical error meant the Township didn't have one for the last couple of years.
Mayor Dwight Burley says the contents contained in the Township's code of conduct is similar to the one in Grey County.
He says the two tiers are using the same Integrity Commissioner so it all blends together.
Council also passed a by-law on a policy regarding Council-Staff relationships that provides a guidance on issues that may arise between the two parties.
Burley says we are here to do our jobs and communicate with each other.
He says everyone gets along and there has been no problems.
The Township was required under the Municipal Act to adopt these policies by March 1st.