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County taxes to increase 3.62 per cent

 

Funding now available for accessibility projects

 

New communication model in Douro-Dummer

 

Letters from Home: School Days with Principal Lori Benninger

 

LDSS takes part in literacy test

 

Lakefield Trail gearing up for Gala and Canoe Raffle

 

Maryam Monsef takes run at Liberal Nomination

 

Dave Nickle seeks NDP Nomination in Peterborough Riding

 

Lights out for Earth Hour on March 28

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KCCT supports petition to remove snow banks

The issue of the snow banks which accumulate downtown Lakefield was brought up once again at Tuesday night’s council meeting. The subject has been raising a lot of concern from residents and business owners who claim the snow windrows are dangerous and lack proper accessibility for customers.






 

Lakefield Farmers Market returns in May

The Lakefield Farmers Market will return for its 6th consecutive year. Every Thursday local craftsman, artisans and farmers set up their booths in the parking lot beside Isabel Morris park.





 

Douro-Dummer agrees to extend curbside waste collection contract with local firm

The Township of Douro-Dummer will be contracting the services of M&M Disposal for waste collection for another three years. The current curbside waste collection contract is set to expire in June of this year. M&M Disposal submitted an unsolicited proposal to the Township which was presented to council by CAO David Clifford at the March 17 council meeting.










 

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