Waseosa-specific articles

Wright/Jager Development Proposal

In the winter of 2012, the former Walsh property was purchased by Don and Mary Wright, formerly of Bracebridge, and their daughter/ son-in-law, Sam and Emily Jager. Many LWRA members will be familiar with this property as the previous owners graciously allowed the LWRA to use it as the site of the AGM for several years. It lies beside the former residence of Ray and June Jones (which was also sold this winter).

OMB Hearing Results: Wright/Jager Development

UPDATE: We have received the formal written OMB ruling , attached as a PDF. 

 

The LWRA and the applicants negotiated a settlement which was confirmed by the OMB at the hearing January 22, 2013. As with any negotiated settlement, neither side got everything they wanted, but both achieved something they could live with.

Pieper (Smythe) Settlement

Following many weeks of negotiations, The LWRA and Sybille Pieper have reached an agreement with regards to the subdivision of her property.

As with any negotiations, neither side got everything they wanted out of the deal. However, we feel we have achieved what we could to protect the lake under the circumstances. 

OMB Order re: Wright-Jager property

Attached please find the OMB order resolving this matter. Key points:

Princess Margaret June 2018 application -- LWRA response

Here is the text of the LWRA response to Princess Margaret's application (NOTE: the hearing was deferred due to lack of notice and an ammended application has been submitted in it's place)

The application documents are attached below.

Camp Huronda 2018 zoning application -- Response from LWRA

This is the text of our response to the Town regarding the 2018 Camp Huronda zoning application:

(attached below are the application documents)

Final Fish Netting Report for Lake Waseosa

Members will recall that the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry conducted a fish netting survey in August 2015, to evaluate the state of our fish populations. We published a brief initial summary of their findings last fall, in advance of their final report. The full report has now been produced, and is attached. 

Fish stocking in Waseosa completed

The Ministry of Natural Resources has stocked approximately 1,500 splake into Lake Waseosa, in late November. 

There was some feedback from LWRA members to this, and we are forwarding these comments to the MNR.

Final Election Notes

Municipal election ballots were mailed on Sept 29th, and many of us have now received them. If you have not received your ballot – the Town suggests by this Friday, Oct 10 – you should contact the Town at 705-789-1751 to be added. Ballots are due back by Oct 27, either by mail, or by dropping them off at Town Hall (37 Main Street East).  You are eligible to vote in Huntsville, even if you also vote elsewhere, if (a) you are a resident, owner, spouse or tenant in the municipality, (b) are at least 18, and (c) are a Canadian citizen.

Message from the NEW Camp Director at Camp Huronda!

 

 

To all Lake Waseosa Residents and Members of the LWRA, my name is Mike Filipowitsch, and I'm happy to be able to introduce myself to you as the new Director of Camp Huronda, owned and operated by the Canadian Diabetes Association!