Serving the area of Palette, Ripple, Jessop and Waseosa Lakes for more than 50 years

Results of the Treasure Island Rezoning Application

The Twitter-like message is this:  We won at Huntsville Council: 8 out of 8 councilors voted to turn down the Treasure Island development proposal.  Completely. They -- the Huntsville Council -- are to be congratulated.  If you want more, then here it is:

Safer Hwy 11 Muskoka

Safer Hwy. 11 Muskoka is a group formed to revive provincial promises to upgrade dangerous level crossings of Hwy 11 between Bracebridge and Huntsville. In a letter to the LWRA, they note:

ANNUAL DUES 2019

ANNUAL DUES 2019  LWRA

How to join us/Lake Waseosa Ratepayers Association

Membership in the LWRA is open to any area ratepayer with a limit of one membership per property and one membership per person.  All new memberships must be approved by the Board of Directors to ensure compliance with the rules.

Annual dues are $40.00.   Dues can be:

1.  Sent c/o 21 Cottage Lane, Huntsville, Ontario, P1H 2J4

2.  Paid in person at one of our events.

3.  Paid by e-transfer to treasurer@lwra.net    please use password annual

2018 Candidates Positions on Lake Development

With the municipal election soon upon us, the LWRA again approached all candidates and asked them to declare their views on the preservation and development of our lakes.  We specifically asked them to sign a pledge (attached below) to support what we believe are key points, and to return it by October 1st, 2018. We also encouraged them to add any additional comments they felt were appropriate.

Below are the results of that survey, together with a link to each candidate's response. Needless to say, we will update the list with any late responses when and if we receive them.

Lake Etiquette

Welcome to the lake!! How lucky you are to spend time on Waseosa, Pallet, Ripple or Jingo Lake.

We know you want to be a good neighbour and an active protector of our special environment.

To do this there are a few simple things you must know:

  •        what to do with your garbage
  •        how to get along with the neighbors
  •        how to have as little impact on the lake as possible yet still enjoy its simple pleasures

 

Surviving Bear Encounters

We live in bear country and sometimes we get to meet them nose-to-snout. Reports of encounters are becoming more common in this area. What to do if you encounter a bear?

IN AN IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY:
contact your local police force or dial 911


TO REPORT BEAR PROBLEMS: contact the Bear Reporting Line at:
1-866-514-2327   (TTY) 705 945-7641

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