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Grand opening of new Fenelon Falls splash pad

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Making a splash: Grand opening of new Fenelon Falls splash pad

All residents are invited to join the Fenelon Falls Rotary Club as they celebrate the grand opening of the new Fenelon Falls Splash Pad on Saturday June 16th from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Garnet Graham Park in Fenelon Falls.

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New funding to expand natural gas service in Fenelon, Cambray, Cameron

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Kawartha Lakes Country Living Show

The Province of Ontario announced more than $12 million in funding to expand natural gas services in Fenelon Falls, Cambray and Cameron as part of the 2017 Natural Gas Grant Program.

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Mayor says Community Care could not have been used for transportation grant money

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Mayor says Community Care could not have been used for transportation grant money
A Community Care specialized van. Photo courtesy of Community Care.

City of Kawartha Lakes Mayor Andy Letham says he absolutely wants Community Care to be a part of any future rural transportation plan – but they were not viable partners for a grant opportunity recently turned down by the City.

Some eyebrows were raised recently when City of Kawartha Lakes council turned down the chance to apply for up to $2 million in provincial grant funding for rural transit.

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Mayor says Kawartha Lakes’ roads are about to get cash injection of $22 million

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Got road rage at the roads because of potholes?

City of Kawartha Lakes Mayor Andy Letham says the 2,700 km of roads in Kawartha Lakes are about to get a $22 million cash increase in capital spending to fix them up – and that’s 30 per cent higher than the year previous.

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Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus advocates for cellular network, economic development

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The Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (EOWC) was recently held in Toronto, during the 2018 Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) conference.

The EOWC emphasized the importance of the Province’s partnership in helping achieve and implement the two most important projects for rural Eastern Ontario – building a major cellular and public safety broadband network and implementing the Eastern Ontario Economic Development Strategy.

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If Ontario Works, boutique tax credits go, Schmale on board with basic income

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MP reminds residents to be vigilant this tax season

Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock Conservative MP Jamie Schmale has clarified his position on basic income, saying he’s all for the pilot if Ontario Works is eliminated and the boutique tax credits go.

Schmale, who was not as specific in his first interview with The Lindsay Advocate, clarified his remarks on The Advocate’s active social media presence on Facebook.

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