A group of concerned citizens known as Keep Our Roads Safe in Lindsay is encouraging town residents to vote ‘no’ in allowing ATVs on town streets.
Last month, an ATV (also known as ORV) route through Lindsay was put on hold by council to get more input after criticism that residents were not notified.
Ashmore disappointed in province for not providing more funds
Ross Memorial Hospital’s leader is seeking as much as $7.5 million from the city over the next five city budgets.
At a special meeting of council on June 29, senior staff and volunteers from RMH presented a plan regarding upgrades and improvements necessary at the hospital that will cost about $15 million.
The Ontario government is providing up to $458,750 to help improve the delivery of critical programs and services in Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock — money that Kawartha Lakes will be using to fund a third-party review of the fire service budgets, according to a media release.
At the June 15 council meeting, the proposed connection route for off-road vehicles (ORVs) trail access in Lindsay was brought… Continue reading “Council seeking input on proposed ORV connection route in Lindsay”
In an emotionally charged and closely contested vote, Kawartha Lakes council has decided that no decision will be made about… Continue reading “Council votes to extend discussion on ORV linkages to fall”
A Lindsay couple has launched a petition to ask council to put the brakes on any final off-road vehicle (ORV)… Continue reading “James family launches petition to ask council to delay ORV decision”
The city is seeking eight people from the community to serve on its Growth Management Strategy Task Force until this… Continue reading “Eight people needed to serve on city’s growth management task force”