Cottage Owners' Association and Lake Plan

Events

Public Meeting re Bell Mobility Cell Pole

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Please find below the public consultation materials Bell Mobility has prepared in support of their proposal to install a new wooden pole structure to improve wireless coverage at the lake.  There will be a public meeting held by Bell Mobility representatives on February 10, 2018 between 1:00PM – 3:00PM at the West Guilford Community Center at 1061 Kennisis Lake Road 

 

The KLCOA has endorsed this proposal as representing minimal impact on the lake environment including not requiring a light while providing worthwhile service enhancements. Your KLCOA board encourages all interested parties, whether in favor or against the proposal, to participate in the public consultation process.  The results of this consultation process will be provided to Dysart et al and will inform their response to Bell Mobility's proposal.  

 

Public Consultation Details

Visual Simulation Map 1

Visual Simulation Map 2

 

To give feedback or if you have specific questions about the proposed plans to upgrade the wireless network in your community and you are not able to attend this neighborhood meeting, you can email or fax your Bell representative by February 8, 2017.

Your Bell Representative

Ashley Ligas, Agent for Bell Mobility

PO Box 82546


351 Queen St. E.
Toronto, ON, M5A 1V1

Fax: (416) 981-7725


E-mail: consultation@canacre.com 

 

Kennisis Lake Road Clean-up on May 5th

Saturday, May 5, 2018

KLCOA have signed an agreement with the County of Haliburton to adopt a stretch of Kennisis Lake Road from Rough Stone Trail (before West Shore as you're coming into the lake) to the end of the County Road (at Wilkinson Drive). 

 

Last year's cleanup was a great success with many volunteers and considerable debris being removed.  

We hate to ask but we know for certain that a little effort will leave the roadside looking great for another year.  Volunteers are paired up and then given a short stretch of the road.  Bags and gloves are provided.

 

If you can help out for an hour or two the morning of Saturday May 5th please contact Brenda at b59smith@yahoo.ca. All are welcome.  If there's a student in the family, this is a great way for them to get some of their community volunteer hours.  Brenda will provide full details in her response to your email. 

 

Be proud during your drive along Kennisis Road knowing that you had a hand in making the roadside beautiful and free of debris.  

 

As they say, "many hands make light work", so let's all come out to help!

 

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