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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Omemee Beach Posted plus 3 More! How Safe Is Your Beach?
Omemee Beach Report July 11- July 18 2013!As of July 11, 2013 - The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit reports the following beach testing results for the City of Kawartha Lakes.
Testing is based on the most recent test results from the provincial lab in Peterborough for water samples taken from these beaches. The Health Unit advises local residents to note: Beaches marked as 'OPEN' are considered within the acceptable levels as set out in the Ontario government's Beach Management Protocol. Beaches marked 'POSTED" indicate bacterial levels in the water are higher than those considered acceptable as set out in the Ontario government's Beach Management Protocol, making them unsafe for bathing. Here are the beach water testing results for Kawartha Lakes Beaches July 11-18, 2013
- Bexley Township Area Balsam Lake Road Beach - OPEN Coboconk Lions Park Beach - POSTED
- Bobcaygeon Area Beach Park - OPEN Riverview Beach Park - OPEN
- Carden Township Area Carden Township Beach - OPEN Foxe's Beach - OPEN
- Dalton Township Area Dalton Township Beach - OPEN
- Eldon Township Area Centennial Park East - OPEN
- Emily/Omemee Area Omemee Beach - POSTED
- Fenelon Falls Area Birch Point - POSTED Bond Street - POSTED Killarney Bay - OPEN Sturgeon Point Beach - OPEN
- Laxton Township Area Elliott Falls Beach - OPEN Head Lake - OPEN Norland Bathing Area - OPEN
- Mariposa Township Area Sandbar Beach - OPEN
- Somerville Township Area Burnt River Beach - Somerville - OPEN Burnt River Four Mile Lake - OPEN
- Verulam Township Area Centennial Beach - OPEN Verulam Recreational Park - OPEN
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