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Municipality of Trent Lakes approves budget

 

Letters from Home: Mixed Messages & Misadventures

 

Literary Festival at Lakefield District Secondary School

 

Introducing the Trent Source Protection Plan

 

SPARK Photo Festival kicks off third annual event

 

Nominations welcome for Conservation Scholarship

 

Golden Years hears from Peterborough Retirement Residence

 

Royal Bank celebrates Day of Pink for anti-bullying

 

Gearing up for new season at Christ Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pinehurst Avenue residents oppose extension to road

Residents of Pinehurst Avenue attended Tuesday night’s council meeting to oppose a potential road extension, turning their avenue into a ‘through road’ instead of the current cul-de-sac. The reason this road came up for dispute was an application brought forward from Roger and Brenda Glover.

 

OPP explain new billing model at special meeting

The subject of policing costs is a common topic among municipal politicians. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have been adjusting their billing model over the past couple of years and the newest formula was introduced in January. Because of the new model, many municipalities have been testing the waters with other forces to see if fiscal savings are possible.







 

ARTISANity will be coming to Lakefield

For the first time ever, the public has the opportunity to see a large collection of the finely crafted work by numerous local artisans belonging to the five groups that comprise the Artisans Centre Peterborough. ARTISANity, an art show and sale, will take place at the Marshland Centre in Lakefield Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3.










 

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