Municipal

Local firefighter questions flood preparedness decision by city

Local firefighter questions flood preparedness decision by city

There are few guarantees in life, but once the weather turns warm in Kawartha Lakes, flooding, particularly in the north… Continue reading “Local firefighter questions flood preparedness decision by city”

City to remove parking meters in Bobcaygeon  

Council voted unanimously to remove the nine remaining parking meters from the downtown core in Bobcaygeon, and local councillor Kathleen… Continue reading “City to remove parking meters in Bobcaygeon  “

City supports two year trial program for urban chicken coops

Urban dwellers in Kawartha Lakes who have an interest in raising their own chickens for meat and eggs will soon… Continue reading “City supports two year trial program for urban chicken coops”

Olde Gaol Museum board says funding needed to hire staff or museum can’t open

The volunteer board responsible for the Olde Gaol Museum presented to council  a stark future for the city’s largest tourist… Continue reading “Olde Gaol Museum board says funding needed to hire staff or museum can’t open”

Local man excited about possibility of outdoor rinks for hockey, skating

Allen Irvine grew up in Lindsay playing hockey every opportunity he could. Now, years later with children of his own,… Continue reading “Local man excited about possibility of outdoor rinks for hockey, skating”

Council looks at multiple full-sized outdoor rinks for future

After three months of budget preparation and discussions, council finally had a chance to talk about other key issues, such… Continue reading “Council looks at multiple full-sized outdoor rinks for future”

A message from the Mayor

Below is a message from City of Kawartha Lakes Mayor, Andy Letham. “Good afternoon everyone, We are at a critical… Continue reading “A message from the Mayor”