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  • Kennisis Lakes Safe Boating – Hazard and Navigation Markers

    The KLCOA Hazard and Navigation Marker Program will continue in 2020. 24 Hazard Markers will be deployed on the most dangerous hazards identified by members and the KLCOA Hazard Marker committee.   All markers are tended by KLCOA Volunteers – Largest Cottage Association Program in Ontario. The Hazard Marker Liability Information has been distributed via Posters,...

  • Over the last few years, it seems that there are more and more abandoned docks pulled up on the shorelines of Big and Little Kennisis.  After 60 plus years of property ownership and enjoyment of our lakes, it makes sense that owners have had to replace docks; things just deteriorate. Having said that, most of...

  •  Proposed Septic Re-inspection Bylaw Changes – Suggested Opportunity for Community Input The KLCOA is bringing the following information to our members as both an update and an opportunity for community input. If you wish to give Dysart Council your feedback before the next Council meeting on March 24 and the Environment and Climate Change Committee...