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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Inside Poop Scoop - Kawartha Lakes Ontario Septic Rehab Funding Solution!

Kawartha Lakes Innovative Septic Rehab Loans Scoop Shared!

Many Kawartha Lakes homes use septic systems, when rehab is needed, how can people afford the layout? This 'Made in Kawartha Lakes' solution may be just what the plumber ordered. Have you heard of our local solution to help home owners pay for septic tank rehabilitatioins?
Christine Norris, is spreading the scoop on how Kawartha Lakes dealing with this sticky topic.

Kawartha Lakes Innovation Shared at Eastern Ontario Conference

from Ian Rogers City of Kawartha Lakes
Christine:Kawartha Lakes Poop on Poop Funding Christine Norris, Manager of Revenue and Taxation and Deputy Treasurer for the City of Kawartha Lakes
Kawartha Lakes Manager of Revenue and TaxationShares Innovative Septic Rehab Loans Program
Christine Norris, Manager of Revenue and Taxation and Deputy Treasurer for the City of Kawartha Lakes took part in the popular ‘Best Practices’ session at the Ontario East Municipal Conference Thursday morning in Kingston. Speaking about the City’s experience with local improvement charges, Ms. Norris explained the ‘made in Kawartha Lakes’ program and highlighted the success of the initiative.
 “The City’s Septic Rehabilitation Loan Program (SRLP) is a voluntary loan program developed to assist property owners with septic systems to improve the environment,” explained Ms. Norris.
 While participation in the program is completely voluntary, homeowners are able to apply for the loans to have the rehabilitation work completed and then have the amount added to the property’s tax bill to repaid over time.
 “Applications are accepted, reviewed and processed on a first come, first serve basis,” said Ms. Norris.
 The Ontario East Municipal Conference is attended by more than 500 delegates annually and is comprised of a diverse group of elected officials, economic development professionals, entrepreneurs, municipal employees and service providers, private sector business leaders and provincial ministry representatives.
 “It is a great opportunity to be able to share our experience and our knowledge with interested individuals and organizations from across Eastern Ontario, many who are experiencing the same challenges as Kawartha Lakes,” said Ms. Norris. 
Would you like to find out more about this innovative Kawartha Lakes program? Contact
Christine Norris Manager of Revenue & Taxation, Deputy Treasurer 705-324-9411 Ext. 1274

 Established in 1989, the Ontario East Municipal Conference (OEMC) has developed into the largest annual regional municipal conference east of Toronto. Since 1993 the Ontario East Economic Development Commission and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing have partnered together to deliver dynamic programs that engage municipalities within Eastern Ontario to build strong community partnerships leading to enhanced economic opportunities and success.

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