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Mississippi Valley Conservation (MVC) is continuing its Level II Low Water Conditions declaration (originally declared July 17, 2012). This is pursuant to the decision of the Mississippi Valley Water Response Team (MVWRT) Tuesday morning.
Despite the moderate rainfall the watershed has received in August, there remains a water deficit in the region. Streamflows and precipitation levels are ...
TAKE NOTICE THAT the Council of the Corporation of the Township of North Frontenac will hold a Public Meeting to consider By-law #114-12 being a Fees and Charges By-law for the Township of North Frontenac Fire Departments for emergency and non-emergency incidents (i.e. Inspections) and to amend By-law #48-05 being the Burning By-law, Schedule “A” respecting fees associated ...
BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council supports the Lupus Foundation of Ontario in its efforts to raise awareness of this autoimmune disease;
AND THAT Council does hereby designate October 2012 as “Lupus Awareness Month” when lupus organizations around the world call for increases in public and private sector funding for medical research on lupus, targeted ...
Do you enjoy looking at the stars??
The Township of North Frontenac and the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada are sponsoring an organized evening of star gazing. On Friday August 24th at the Plevna Helipad (5618 Road 506) at 8:30 pm you will have the opportunity to see Saturn and other astronomical wonders.
A group of volunteers from the Astronomical Society of Canada will be ...
Blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) are a common seasonal occurrence in our waterways. These bacteria occur worldwide and some species produce toxins that can affect animals and humans.
Blue-green algae thrive in warm, shallow, undisturbed water that receives a lot of sunlight and that is rich in phosphorus and nitrogen. Animal and human waste and fertilizers contain phosphorus ...
As September draws near, students across the province are getting ready to leave home to attend college and university. To assist them and their parents with a safe transition into their new living spaces, the Office of the Fire Marshal has prepared tips for living safely that everyone should follow to prevent a fire tragedy.
Safe Student Accommodations 101 and Student Accommodation - A Parent’s ...
WHEN: Friday August 31, 2012, at 10:30 a.m.
WHERE: Harrowsmith – junction of the Frontenac K&P Trail and Road 38
WHO: All Frontenac County Residents!
Glenburnie ON – Phase 1 of the Frontenac K&P Trail – from Orser Road to Harrowsmith – will officially open with a relay of user groups on Friday, August 31st.
The relay will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Orser Road, the K&P’s ...
Please note the North Frontenac Public Internet Outreach Hours at the Cloyne library will no longer be open for Internet hours on Saturdays beginning August 25, 2012 however will be available Sundays from 1-5 pm.
Free high-speed internet access is available at the Cloyne and Plevna libraries for use by the public. This designated time is specifically for computer use only, and does not include ...
"On August 10, 2012, The Township of North Frontenac, with the support of the community, collected and recycled 67 lbs [of batteries] saving them from your local municipal landfill."
The main hydro corridor through North Frontenac will be receiving maintenance from Hydro One to increase accessibility to the infrastructure.
The herbicide that is used in this application is called Garlon.
Read the pdf information sheet at dowagro.com, for more information about the Garlon herbicide product from Dow AgroSciences