Municipal

MP Schmale says low taxes, private-sector jobs the answer, not basic income

Big year for construction, including Lindsay’s downtown, new Logie Park

This year is going to be another big year for construction and infrastructure repair for Lindsay. Below is a snapshot… Continue reading “Big year for construction, including Lindsay’s downtown, new Logie Park”

City council highlights from recent committee of the whole highlights

Susan Blayney has been a long-time volunteer with the Environmental Advisory Committee and is stepping down from this role. Chair… Continue reading “City council highlights from recent committee of the whole highlights”

Roads 101 roundtables report provides recommendations to council

At today’s committee of the whole meeting, former Deputy Mayor Elmslie thanked the public for participating in the Roads 101… Continue reading “Roads 101 roundtables report provides recommendations to council”

Letham will not stand for a third term as mayor

Letham named chair of EOWC for second year in a row

The Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (EOWC), at its annual inaugural meeting held last week in Kingston, appointed City of Kawartha… Continue reading “Letham named chair of EOWC for second year in a row”

Pat O’Reilly new deputy mayor as voted by Council

Pat O’Reilly, councillor for Ward 7 was elected as the Deputy Mayor of Kawartha Lakes for the 2020 term, effective… Continue reading “Pat O’Reilly new deputy mayor as voted by Council”

Farm country, Canadian Shield…anything but “cottage country”

Have your say: City’s strategic plan for next 4 years

At the December 10 Council meeting, Council was presented with a draft of the new Strategic Plan 2020-2023. Brenda Stonehouse,… Continue reading “Have your say: City’s strategic plan for next 4 years”

Taxes to increase 3.5 per cent under pressure from provincial cuts, winter control costs

At the Special Council meeting on December 3, Council approved the 2020 Operating Budget. There will be a 3.5% increase… Continue reading “Taxes to increase 3.5 per cent under pressure from provincial cuts, winter control costs”