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Save the Date!

The LOBA annual and special meeting will be held at the Dwight Community Centre on Saturday July 8, 2017 at 9:30 am.

CAREER OPPORTUNITY. WORK WHERE YOU PLAY!

The Township of Algonquin Highlands is currently seeking applications from qualified individuals for the position of Recreation Coordinator. This is an exciting full time career opportunity with the Parks, Recreation and Trails Department of the Township of Algonquin Highlands.

News from the Lake of Bays Heritage Foundation

Lake of Bays Heritage Foundation Newsletter, May 2017: Tree identification, Bruce MacLellan, Thank you, 2017 events…….

Muskoka Lawn Bowling Club

LAWN BOWLS!!  COME AND GIVE IT A TRY!! Muskoka has a brand new lawn bowling club.  We will be having our Grand Opening on July 8 from 1-4 pm.  Our green is located at Muskoka Highlands Golf Course on South Monck Drive, off Hwy. 118 West just west of Bracebridge. It is not necessary to…

East Dock at Norway Point damaged

Please be advised: The east dock at Norway Point has been damaged due to high water levels and is currently unfit for use. Please refrain from using the dock until further notice.

Township of Lake of Bays: Recovery from flooding

The following Ministries have provided resources to assist with recovering from a flood:

Muskoka Conservancy Spring Newsletter

In this issue…Amazing New Interpretive Garden at Perry House~An update from the Little Sprouts~Earth Day Festivities……

Fairview Island Zoning and Development Proposal Update

Fairview Island Development Proposal Open Houses Saturday May 13; 9:00-11:00 AM Saturday June 3, 12:00-2:00 PM Both Open Houses are at the Active Living Centre in Huntsville.

Port Cunnington Ratepayer’s Association Newsletter May 2017

In this edition: Spring opening checklist ~ Township Internet Survey ~ Revised Port Cunnington Marina plan – Your input is needed! Read the letter from PCRA’s lawyer. ~ Port Cunnington Ratepayers Association clothing – wear your support! ~ PCRA Annual General Meeting Date – Save the date! ~ Membership Renewal Reminder ~ Support your association…

LOBA 2016 Water Quality Monitoring Report

Total phosphorus and bacteria levels were well below applicable Provincial guidelines indicating excellent water quality in 2016. As observed in previous years, there was a statistically significant trend in total phosphorus records since 2002. Natural variability, in addition to regional or local environmental change (i.e., climate change, acid deposition, invasive species, etc.) and increased phosphorus…

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