Municipal

COVID-19 Update: Programming, public access to certain facilities suspended

As concerns about the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continue to grow, health and safety is the City of Kawartha Lakes’… Continue reading “COVID-19 Update: Programming, public access to certain facilities suspended”

Kawartha Lakes launches Community Paramedic Pilot Program

Letham assures residents about local COVID-19 preparedness

In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, to date which has seen 34 confirmed cases in Ontario, Mayor Andy Letham shares… Continue reading “Letham assures residents about local COVID-19 preparedness”

Mayor apologizes for snow-clearing time delays during recent storm

Kawartha Lakes Mayor Andy Letham is apologizing for some side streets and rural roads not getting cleared within their usual… Continue reading “Mayor apologizes for snow-clearing time delays during recent storm”

Local businesses work around downtown reconstruction

The Enbridge natural gas pipeline replacement project is moving along as planned, with crews completing work along Kent Street, from… Continue reading “Local businesses work around downtown reconstruction”

Council backs proposal to fund local improvement loans for businesses

Does policy trump logic in city’s refusal to clear Kent Street sidewalks?

Take a walk in downtown Lindsay after a snowfall, especially early in the morning, and you might have problems negotiating… Continue reading “Does policy trump logic in city’s refusal to clear Kent Street sidewalks?”

Innovation cluster will add to a ‘growing and diverse economy’ in Kawartha Lakes

On February 11, the Innovation Cluster officially opened at 180 Kent Street West in Lindsay. An incubator for high growth… Continue reading “Innovation cluster will add to a ‘growing and diverse economy’ in Kawartha Lakes”