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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Omemee Settlement Talk August 27 -Be There!

As part of the ongoing development of community based secondary plans, the City of Kawartha Lakes is giving residents of Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Omemee, and Woodville an opportunity to see preliminary plans for growth and development in each community.

Following a series of presentations, workshops, and walking tours earlier this year, as well as extensive research and analysis, the municipality is ready to share vision statements for each community, key directions for the future, and maps illustrating what lands are being considered for development in the next 20 years.

The City of Kawartha Lakes is encouraging anyone with an interest in Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Omemee, and Woodville to participate at one of its five “Settlement Talks!” events.  There will be a presentation about the work that has shaped the plans for each community and an opportunity for all citizens to provide comments to help improve the plans.

Citizens are encouraged to bring their friends, family and neighbours – all ages are encouraged to attend!

This is a free event and refreshments will be served.

§  Bobcaygeon – August 27, 7-9 pm., Bobcaygeon Service Centre, 123 East Street South

§  Fenelon Falls – August 28, 7-9 pm., Fenelon Falls Legion, 23 Veterans Way

§  Lindsay – August 29, 7-9 pm., Lindsay Recreation Complex, 133 Adelaide Street South

§  Omemee – August 27, 3-5 pm., Omemee Arena, 212 Sturgeon Road

§  Woodville – August 29, 3-5 pm., Woodville Arena, 105 Union Street 

The “Settlement Talks!” event series is sponsored by the City of Kawartha Lakes as part of our activities to help create Secondary Plans to guide growth, manage development, and conserve our land.

For more information please visit City of Kawarths Lakesx website or contact:
Michael Benner

Manager of Policy Planning

Development Services

The City of Kawartha Lakes

1.888.822.2225 / 705.324.9411 ext. 1330.
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