In discussions with our members, we’ve had a few more questions come up regarding Bylaw 2022-004
This meeting was initiated by Kamaniskeg Lake Property Owners’ Association (KAPOA) and Interlake Association and organized by John Jardine, Municipal Planner, Municipality of Hastings Highlands
Feb 25, 2022 9:30 – 11:00am
ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT THE HEALTH OF THE TREES ON YOUR PROPERTY? KAPOA has learned of an opportunity for property owners to participate in a study to measure the benefit of wood ash application.
The Municipality of Hastings Highlands is preparing an amended draft bylaw to address the need for a 30M vegetative buffer along waterfronts. See the summary of the significant dates – the next (second) reading of the Zoning Bylaw Amendments will be on March 2, 2022, with the third and final reading on May 4, 2022. Open houses are scheduled on April 8, 2022 (virtual) and April 14, 2022 (in-house).
Our new KAPOA Facebook Group will be used for the distribution of relevant information to KAPOA members and their families, and to encourage respectful dialogue between group members. Facebook can be used to quickly check in on relevant issues and stay in touch with each other through the use of the Facebook App or on your computer’s internet browser.
A recent article on gypsy moth cold temperature survival rates got one of our local residents to thinking about what the implications are mathematically.
On Nov 10, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) issued a final ruling on implementing the OEB’s March 12, 2015 Decision (2015 Decision) to eliminate the Hydro One Networks Inc. seasonal distribution rate class. The 2015 Decision found that the Hydro One seasonal class was to be eliminated and existing seasonal class customers were to be moved to one of three Hydro One residential rate classes according to their density.
The 2021st edition of the ninth Annual Poker Run starts here and now. Virtual again this year so no boats nor hamburgers. As before, cards will be drawn for each $200 donation and winning hands will be determined on the afternoon of Saturday July 24. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.
Implementing the Ontario Energy Board’s Decision to Eliminate the Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution Seasonal Rate Class
The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) determined that Hydro One’s seasonal rates class should be eliminated and existing seasonal class customers should be moved to one of three Hydro One residential rate classes according to their density.
The removal of trees on crown land without MNRf approval is prohibited. KAPOA has been notified in March 2021 that a large number of trees have been marked with an “X” in orange paint at Tom’s Lookout in the Thomas P. Murray trail system.