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On Saturday June 27th the Township of North Frontenac celebrated the Ompah Fire Station and Ompah Community Hall Re-Opening.
It was an excellent event and a wonderful celebration. This event was attended by many from the North Frontenac Community. The Ompah Fire Department had many displays and provided demonstrations of their equipment, while the Clar Mill Community...
Kingston Frontenac Public Library
Library Assistant (Programming) Cloyne and Sharbot Lake Branches
Six hours per month – term from July 2015 to March 2016
(Note that this is a re-post of the position with a revised closing date)
The Kingston Frontenac Public Library has an opening...
In memory of Bud Clayton, late Mayor of North Frontenac Township and Warden of Frontenac County, KFL&A Public Health hosted a garden bench dedication...
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 parts of the 66’ shore road allowance as set out and described as follows:-
ALL THAT PART of the Shoreline Road Allowance around Mississagagon...
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) science crews will collect information on fish species, take water samples, and check for invasive species in Palmerston Lake from June 22 to June 29, 2015.
All MNRF nets will be clearly marked with orange buoys bearing the Ontario logo. Please do not lift the nets or buoys, and avoid recreational activities or anchoring...
“Brenda Martin, representing the Malcolm/Ardoch Lake Association Work Team, delivered a presentation to the North Frontenac Council at a Regular Meeting of Council on June 8, 2015. The presentation was to provide information...
UPDATE : May 8, 2015
Please be advised that the spring Reduced Load Restrictions have now been lifted for all roads in North Frontenac.
Original Post : March 12, 2015
North Frontenac's Public Works Department would like to...
Council declared May 1st each year to be First Responders Day as per Resolution #558-12.
Recognizing the importance of the role First Responders play in our community, ensuring our homes are protected and our lives are secure.