Newsletter published November 14 2016
Bulletin published July 20 2016
Newsletter published May 11 2016
Hastings Highlands Council is proposing a 4.8% tax increase
Hastings Highlands Council has RESCHEDULED the proposed public Budget Information meeting originally scheduled for April 18 to MONDAY MAY 2 2016 @ 7 PM
The meeting will be held in Emond Hall, the auditorium of Hastings Highlands Municipal Offices, in Maynooth. All members of KAPOA living in Hastings Highlands are strongly encouraged to attend and voice an opinion on the proposed tax increase.
Newsletter published December 14 2015
Newsletter published August 19 2015
Newsletter published July 12 2015
At the meeting of Hastings Highlands Council on Wednesday June 3 the proposed Vegetative Buffer Bylaw was defeated. Without a special motion in Council the issue cannot be revisited for 12 months. The Hastings Highland Division of KAPOA is looking
KAPOA’s executive reminds the membership that this coming Saturday, May 23, Hastings Highlands Council is hosting a public meeting regarding information on the VEGETATIVE BUFFER BYLAW.
The bylaw affects the use of all waterfront properties in the township. KAPOA strongly recommends that as many as possible of its members attend.
The session will be held in the gymnasium of the Township Municipal offices at 9 am.
Originally this was to appear as the winter newsletter but we have all been busy so welcome to the
better-late-than-never Winter Newsletter Spring 2015 Edition!
The colours of the fall leaves around Kamaniskeg were the best in recent memory. Please send us any great photographs of the area in any season to share with others if your camera got lucky?
With the previous winter being so long and cold and the ice extra thick (ie 42″), such that some ice fishermen needed extensions to their ice augers, the summer seemed compressed. It was a race to get docks in with the late start and the pace sustained throughout the summer. Whether you figure your summer season was 4, 8, 12 or 16 weeks, it all seemed to pass so quickly. So much for the slow, leisurely pace of yesteryear.
KAPOA would like to thank all its Directors and Area Membership Reps for their time and energy to help make our properties safer and more enjoyable by working together.