Smiths Falls joins group concerned about proposed changes to Asset Management Plan regulations

Smiths Falls joins group concerned about proposed changes to Asset Management Plan regulations

At a Special Council Meeting on July 24th, Smiths Falls passed a resolution expressing its concerns over proposed regulations governing Asset Management Plans to be filed with the Environmental Registry under the Ministry of Infrastructure.

The town just recently completed it’s Asset Management Plan (AMP) at a cost of $102,000. ...

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5th Annual Lanark County Harvest Festival set for Sept. 10

5th Annual Lanark County Harvest Festival set for Sept. 10

Lanark County officially announced details for the fifth annual Lanark County Harvest Festival in the release below:

Want to get fresh with a local farmer? The fifth annual Lanark County Harvest Festival will give everyone a chance to do just that!

This outdoor event, slated for Sunday, Sept. 10 at ...

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Busy Summer continues for Lanark County OPP

Busy Summer continues for Lanark County OPP

The following is the weekly update provided by the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. 

Between Monday 17th July 2017 and Monday 24th July 2017 officers from the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 409 calls for service.

The calls included:

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Lanark County among group seeking input on local economic development plan

Lanark County among group seeking input on local economic development plan

Valley Heartland Community Futures Development Corporation, Lanark County and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs are leading an economic development strategic planning process for the county and are seeking input from stakeholders.

This county-wide partnership initiative is driven by all municipalities in Lanark County and economic development ...

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High water closes stretch of Rideau Canal

High water closes stretch of Rideau Canal

The following notice was issued by Parks Canada

Parks Canada advises that high water levels have forced the Rideau Canal to close navigation on the waterway between Newboro and Kingston Mills lock station. This means there will be no access to the canal between these two stations until further notice.

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Record rainfall drenches region

Record rainfall drenches region

We’ve never had a wetter July 24th. Several Lake 88 listeners told us their personal rain gauges topped 80 millimeters yesterday afternoon - and that was before the rain was even close to being done.

Official word put the total at the recording station at 71.3 mm of rain, but ...

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