Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Municipal

Mike Rowntree is the new deputy fire chief for Elizabethtown-Kitley. - Submitted photo

Elizabethtown-Kitley announces new deputy fire chief

Elizabethtown-Kitley Township has announced the appointment of Mike Rowntree as the new deputy fire chief/fire prevention officer, effective early April. Rowntree, a native of the Township, brings extensive experience and a modern leadership approach from his private sector background and nearly a decade of service with Elizabethtown-Kitley Fire & Emergency

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Rideau Lakes Township will host a tiny home and additional residential unit workshop in June where people can learn what it takes to add one of these units to their home or property, and any funding opportunities that are available. - Unsplash

Tiny home summit aiming for June 25 showcase in Rideau Lakes Township

June 25 – save the date. Plans are moving along for a one-day Additional Residential Unit (ARU)/Tiny Home summit that is slated for June 25 at the North Crosby Hall. Members of the planning and advisory committee for the Township of Rideau Lakes heard more details of the event on

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Upper Beverley Lake in Delta frequently floods in the spring and a feasibility study will help alleviate the issue. - Laurie Weir photo

Rideau Lakes looks to alleviate flooding issues in Delta with funds from province

During high water flooding, it wouldn’t be odd to see a kayaker in Delta – on the street. Work on the Delta berm is on the agenda for the Township of Rideau Lakes, with help from the provincial government on a feasibility study. The village’s flooding problem has been a

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A sign at the Ronald E. Holman Municipal Complex in Rideau Lakes faces Highway 15 and is hard to identify the facility by passing motorists. One Rideau Lakes councillor asked if it would be possible to change the sign so it is readable and add a “Library” banner sign to it, along with spotlights to highlight the facility. - Laurie Weir photo

‘We want your decision reversed’: South Elmsley CEC asks Rideau Lakes for digital sign they were counting on

Revisiting a budgetary item for 2024 was voted down by Rideau Lakes Township council on March 11 during a regular municipal services committee meeting. Karen MacPhail, South Elmsley’s community enhancement committee chair, asked if council would reconsider the LED sign they had requested – which was previously approved – be

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The Lou Jeffries Town of Gananoque & TLTI Recreational Centre

Survey now live regarding cost-sharing agreement for Gananoque’s Lou Jeffries Arena

Coming out of a recent meeting over the cost-sharing agreement for the Lou Jeffries, Gananoque and TLTI Recreation Centre, the two municipalities have made a survey regarding the matter live. The survey, which is available on the Town of Gananoque’s website and social media accounts, will remain open until April 1. The

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