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November '17

NOTICE RE: SCAM

The Township has received information that individual’s throughout the area have been receiving harassing phone calls (several times per day) from 1-888-844-8298.  It is a recording stating your Windows License has expired and unless you respond immediately (by touching the digit ‘6’) you will be fined $5,000.


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November '17

PUBLIC COUNCIL MEETING

TAKE NOTICE THAT Council of the Corporation of the Township of North Frontenac will hold a Public Meeting on December 15, 2017 at 9:00 a.m., at the Ompah Community Hall, 10200 Road 509, Ompah, Ontario;

PURPOSE AND EFFECT:

To consider amendments...


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TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Township of North Frontenac proposes to enact a By-law to stop up, close and sell part of the 66’ shore road allowances as set out and described as follows:-

 ALL THAT PART of the Original Road Allowance around Mississagagon Lake...


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Chriostmas lights

In celebration of the Christmas Season, North Frontenac Township will be

holding its annual Winter Lights Contest this year.  Any resident of the...


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BETWEEN JAMES ROAD AND MOSQUE LAKE ROAD - DECEMBER 5 to DECEMBER 15, 2017

The Township has awarded a construction contract for a Culvert Replacement on Road 509, between James Road and Mosque Lake Road to Crains’ Construction Limited.


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November '17

STUFF THE CRUISER

NOVEMBER 25TH AT 9 A.M. UNTIL 2 P.M. AT FOODLAND IN NORTHBROOK

Support Land O’Lakes Food Bank! Our local OPP are donating their time and a vehicle to fill with NON PERISHABLE FOOD to
help out...


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Important Recall Notice


November 2, 2017

Dear Valued Fire Service Professional:
Kidde, in conjunction with Health Canada, has announced a recall to replace certain Kidde fire
extinguishers....



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It's time for Ontario’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, which runs from November 1 – 7.  North Frontenac Fire Department is urging families to have their carbon monoxide alarms tested monthly and change the batteries every six months.  Have all fuel-burning appliances inspected by a registered contractor annually. 


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