KAPOA – THE Valley Gazette – St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation (SFVH Foundation) Bob Millar Seventh Annual Poker Run – Saturday, July 27, 2019
Another year has come to an end, and it has been a busy one for KAPOA.
Here follows info about draft amendments to the HH Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw No. 2004-035 as presented to Council by our Planning Department
The Chippawa Shores development meeting on Oct 15 was well presented and provided information that proactively answered a lot of questions.
A subdivision and condominium development is proposed for 190 acres which borders Madawaska River, Green Lake and Labrador Lake. A total of 54 lots with seven shared elements are proposed.
The Municipality of Hastings Highlands has now reached an Automatic Aid Agreement with the Township of Madawaska Valley effective immediately. The Madawaska Valley Fire Department is prepared to provide fire suppression namely, exterior structural fire suppression, vehicle and grass/brush fires to a defined area in the geographic township of Bangor in which you own property.
Another successful regatta was held on Sat Aug 4, 2018! This year’s weather was fitting of a beach day, and drew a crowd into the water to swim, canoe, cheer and compete in the tug-of-war.
What a day we for Poker Run 2018. We had 25 actual boats take part this year and we surpassed our target of $12,000.00, raising a total of $14,200.00 for the St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation.
With an Unstable weather year of 2017, many people are focusing their attention on a great summer for 2018.
Kamaniskeg Lake property owners should be aware that Kamaniskeg Lake is presently 2 feet above normal level.