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Council passes by-law to create new ward boundary system in Kawartha Lakes
March 22, 2017 - At the March 21 Council meeting, Council passed By-Law 2017-053 to decrease the municipality's wards from 16 to 8. This follows Council's decision in October of last year to reduce the size of Council from 16 Councillors and a Mayor to 8 Councillors and a Mayor. Changes will take effect in the 2018 election.
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Kawartha Lakes unveils 2016-2019 Strategic Plan
January 26, 2016 - Naturally beautiful, offering an exceptional lifestyle; those six simple words comprise a powerful vision for the future of Kawartha Lakes – a vision that Council and administration will now work towards over the next four years.
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Council approves $1.3 million investment in water and sewer infrastructure
June 22, 2015 - Kawartha Lakes Council has approved a $1.3 million investment to improve water and sewer infrastructure along Colborne Street East in Lindsay.
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City becomes 2016 Canadian Blood Services Corporate Partner
December 8, 2015 - The City of Kawartha Lakes has joined the staff at Fleming College, the Ross Memorial Hospital and others as Canadian Blood Services corporate partners.
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Council renews City of Kawartha Lakes’ partnership with Fleming College
April 27, 2016 - At the April 19 Council meeting, City of Kawartha Lakes Council renewed its long-standing commitment to collaboration between the City and Fleming College.
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Mayor asks Council to pause for further information on arena utilization strategy
July 13, 2016 - At the July 12 Council Meeting, City of Kawartha Lakes Mayor Andy Letham put forward a memorandum asking Council to collect further information on the plan to reduce the City’s ice surfaces from 10 to 8 surfaces based on City-wide utilization.
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