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May 2024 - The Month of Mother's Day!


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News from the Town Office

This is my first posting in the Newsletter. Please be kind and patient with me during this beginning time of

my Administrator position. I have worked under Christine for the last 7 years, so hopefully lots of her knowledge of our community has rubbed off. We are looking forward to having a come and go tea for her in the near future.


Spring Cleaning—With us having such a mild winter, spring clean up seems to be coming early this year.

With the mess that snow melt leaves being visible early. Please remember to trim back hedges and trees

from sidewalks, clean up debris and keep weeds down and lawns trimmed.


Remember that Hwy 397 will be Reconstructed this summer into Fall - Public traffic can expect minor delays and disruptions to their normal travel schedules as traffic will be accommodated through the work zone utilizing one-way traffic in each direction. Dust, loose gravel, rough roads and roadside hazards may also be expected. The Contractor will provide traffic accommodation. As you may note, they are already out there marking, so this project will be happening sooner rather than later!


Business Licenses expired on December 31st - Licenses are long overdue, if you are continuing your

business or keeping your pet, please take care of this as soon as possible.


Pets —Remember we have a pooper scooper section in our animal control bylaw. All pets must be licensed and on leashes when not in your yard. If you have a concern, Bylaw Enforcement is in town monthly to deal with any written complaints or concerns.


Water & Sewer — Water rates will be increasing, Council has determining those increases at their April,

2024 Council Meeting . A letter went out with the water billing about the increases.


Building Information — If you are altering your home or garage, there may be permits required. Please

ensure that you get your permit in advance of starting your project.


Loraas Bins — If they are cracked or have wheel problems, please let us know at the Town Office and we

will get a replacement bin to you. In order to preserve our pavement, please place your black and blue

carts right at the edge of the pavement.


Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Be Kind


If you'd like to read the full newsletter, please see the attached PDF.


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