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Posted Wednesday, May 22, 2019

South Frontenac Township is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Neil Carbone as the new Chief Administrative Officer effective July 15, 2019. “Neil brings expertise and enthusiasm to the Township, as we move forward with Strategic Planning, Seniors Housing, and a new Official Plan.” says Mayor Ron Vandewal. Council is confident in their selection and passed the appointment bylaw at their meeting on May 21. Mr. Carbone was present in Council Chambers to witness the...
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Posted Friday, May 17, 2019

May 17, 2019
Lake Ontario water levels have been quickly rising over the past week. Lake Ontario will continue to rise as high inflows and reduced outflows continue.
As of May 15, 2019, Lake Ontario was recorded at 68 cm above average for this time of year, which is 14 cm below the recorded level for May 15, 2017. This amount is 17 cm below the peak recorded on May 25, 2017.
Lake Ontario water levels are influenced by uncontrolled, above average outflows from Lake...

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Posted Thursday, May 16, 2019

News Release:  May 16, 2019
As weather gets warmer learn how to prevent tick bites and Lyme disease Toronto — The Government of Ontario is encouraging people across the province to take precautions when spending time outside to prevent tick bites and Lyme disease. 
Lyme disease is a serious infection that comes from being bitten by an infected blacklegged tick. You can find an infected tick almost anywhere in Ontario, which is why the government...

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Posted Friday, May 10, 2019

Flood WatchFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  May 9, 2019
Lake Ontario water levels have been gradually rising over the last few weeks. Forecasted rain tonight and early next week will contribute to a change towards more rapidly rising water levels.
As of May 8, 2019, Lake Ontario was recorded at 55 cm above average for this time of year, which is 21 cm below the recorded level for May 8, 2017. This amount is 33 cm below the peak recorded on May 25, 2017.
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Posted Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Major river systems and tributaries including the Moira, Salmon, and Napanee Rivers have continued to decline since reaching their spring peaks at the end of April.
There is no risk of flooding at this time.
Staff will continue to monitor conditions and will provide an update if forecasts and conditions change. For current water levels or to report any observations of flooding, residents are encouraged to visit QuinteConservation.ca.
The Flood Watch for Lake Ontario...

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