City treasurer Carolyn Daynes provided the incoming council what she called “a high-level overview” of the proposed 2023 city budget.
At a meeting on Dec. 19, six of Kirkfield’s 17 volunteer firefighters announced they are resigning from the force. Five of the six will resign effective Jan. 1, 2023
Few residents in Ontario spend as much time talking about the cost and quality of their water as do those of Kawartha Lakes.
Every year, Kawartha Lakes council is responsible for purchasing millions of dollars’ worth of capital and consumable goods from businesses across Ontario.
Five local organizations discovered on Dec. 13 they will be the beneficiaries of funding from the Lindsay Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Fund for 2023.
Members of the Bobcaygeon Legacy C.H.E.S.T. Fund granting committee met on Nov. 2 to review and recommend applications for the disbursement of $64,000 in 2023.
Kawartha Lakes’ newly sworn-in council came together at only their second official meeting to unanimously show their concern and frustration with Bill 23.