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Posted On Wednesday, May 05, 2021

Removed Effective May 7, 2021
The Township of North Frontenac will remove the current Reduced Load Restrictions (5 tonnes per axle) on all municipal roadways effective Friday, May 7 th .  Load Restrictions and effective dates are established in accordance with By-law #44-09.
If you have any questions regarding the Load Restrictions please contact
Darwyn Sproule, P.Eng., Public Works Manager
publicworks@northfrontenac.ca
Ext. 230

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Posted On Wednesday, May 05, 2021

TableKFL&A Public Health
COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Partners
DATE:   May 3, 2021
The COVID-19 Vaccine Planning Team is working with many local partners. We are committed to providing partners with up-to-date information regarding the local vaccine plan, vaccine supply and projections, immunization tracking, mass immunization clinic event plans, and mobile/onsite vaccination strategy progress.
Here is our current update:
Phase 2 Provincial Announcement...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 04, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine clinicResidents of North Frontenac who are eligible are invited to our COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Clarendon Miller Community Hall 6598 Buckshot Lake Road, Plevna May 10, 2021 12 to 3 p.m.
Check to see if you are eligible for a COVID-19 Vaccine: kflaph.ca/Vaccine Book your appointment online: https://cutt.ly/plevna1

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Posted On Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Kingston Frontenac Public Library
Library Assistant - Branch Operations (Rural Branches – Cloyne and Plevna) Part-Time, Temporary (May – December 2021), Unionized
The Kingston Frontenac Public Library has an opening for the position of Library Assistant (Branch Operations) at the Cloyne and Plevna Branches – part-time, temporary (May – December 2021), unionized. The hours of work for this position are listed below. There may also be opportunities...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Are you prepared for a disaster?
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Emergencies such as earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, wild fires and other hazards can strike at any moment leaving us without life sustaining essentials such as drinking water, food, light, heat and shelter. It's critically important to be prepared before such events occur. The Canadian government recommends having an emergency...

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