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Posted Friday, June 16, 2017

Requesting Input on Zoning By-law Discussion Papers A series of draft Discussion Papers have been prepared to identify key issues with the existing Township Zoning By-law and discuss a range of options for addressing these issues. Recommended directions for a new Township Zoning By-law are also identified, and we are now looking for input on these recommendations. Members of the public are invited to review and comment on the draft Discussion Papers, which can be found at: http://cavanmonaghan.net/en/servingyou/zoning-by-law-project.asp Interactive...

Posted Thursday, June 15, 2017

Millbrook Dam Spillway RenderingOn January 26th Otonabee Conservation held an Information Centre at the Cavan Monaghan Municipal Office in Millbrook to share with the public the latest design for the reconstruction of the Millbrook Dam spillway. We received a lot of positive feedback about the spillway design and the proposed finishing features. At that time, we also committed to continue to explore ways of further reducing the width of the spillway structure and ameliorating the visual impacts of the western half of the spillway...

Posted Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Peterborough Public Health is advising residents to avoid mosquito bites this season and reduce breeding grounds in order to prevent the spread of West Nile virus. "With the damp spring so far, we could see more mosquitoes this year so it's even more important to protect yourself by cleaning up and covering up," says Wanda Tonus, Public Health Inspector. "Meanwhile we continue to look for evidence of West Nile virus throughout our area to monitor its spread in Ontario." Peterborough Public Health...

Posted Monday, June 12, 2017

Today Peterborough Public Health is issuing the first Heat Warning of the season. Temperatures are expected to reach near 31 degrees Monday with an overnight low near 20 degrees Monday night. This current heatwave has been spreading across southern Ontario for more than two days and is expected to affect the Peterborough area today only. Temperatures are expected to fall below heat alert criteria on Tuesday. People suffer heat-related illnesses when their body temperature quickly rises and they...

Posted Thursday, June 08, 2017

The first Lyme disease-positive tick of the season has been identified by Peterborough Public Health. "The public health lab confirmed this week that a tick submitted recently by a local resident tested positive for Lyme disease," said Atul Jain, Manager of Environmental Health programs. "Ticks can be as small as a sesame seed and their bites are usually painless, so this serves as a good reminder to be on the lookout for ticks and to bring in any ticks you find on people to Peterborough Public...

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