The City of Kawartha Lakes’ newly-created Rural Transit Task Force has already launched an online survey to get feedback from city residents and business owners on rural transit and whether they would pay for the it on their municipal tax bills.
In fact, they want your responses by
Truckers take note. Load weights will be restricted to five-tonnes-per-axle on most secondary roads throughout
By Pat Warren
By Glenna Burns
City of Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough County and Trent Lakes joined into one voice to protest low aggregate royalties and high road-repair costs due to aggregate haulage at a Feb. 24 roads conference in Toronto.
They were looking for 50
The City of Kawartha Lakes’ Director of Economic Development, Lance Sherk, has resigned his position to focus on politics. Sherk, who served ad director from 2012, is vying with David Marquis for the Liberal nomination in the Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock riding.
When quarries go in, property values go down, according to a January 2014 study by Lansink Appraisals and Consulting.
The study, which focused on regions of south-central Ontario where large quarries have been operating, found that properties decreased in value from
By Diane Engelstad
One letter-writer to The Promoter says she is “appalled” by provincial plans to update the sex-ed curriculum (see Village Voice). But Dave Lyons, Healthy Active Living Consultant for the Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB), says the board is “not aware of
A new strategy piloted in Bobcaygeon to help people living with dementia—“the blue umbrella program”—is attracting attention and interest across the province and country.
So David Webster, executive director for the local Alzheimer Society, is moving to
The Sturgeon Lake Thunder Atom Black team won three straight shut-outs against
The Oak Ridges Moraine Partnership is hosting two public meetings to discuss how to increase protection of the area when the Oak Ridges Moraine and Greenbelt conservation plans come up for review in the near future.
The geographically-based meetings will bring champions of the moraine and greenbelt together to
Another very cold week. No wonder the Snowbirds don’t want to come home.
Kudos to our accompanist, Vivian Hetherington, for making the drive down from
Fleming College students will lead interactive science discovery sessions for kids aged 8 and up at the Lindsay Library on Saturday mornings in March.
The Let’s Talk
The Enforcers are known as “the Best Rockin' Rhythm 'n Blues Boogie Band around,” and they’ll be joining forces with Westerby Entertainment on March 21 (8 pm to 1 am) to see if they can get you up and dancing at the Lindsay Armoury.
Proceeds will go to support the Big