Posted on Thursday, March 16, 2023 09:25 AM
Trent Lakes Municipal Council is accepting applications for the position of Fence-Viewer.
Fence-Viewers - 4 Vacancies
Term of Appointment:Term of Council (Term ending November 14th, 2026)
Purpose:Fence-Viewers are appointed pursuant to the Line Fences Act to carry out the provisions of this Act. Fence Viewers are paid $80.00 per site visit and mileage at the prevailing municipal rate.
Key Qualifications:Appointees will have relevant experience in line fence viewing, fence construction, property...
Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2023 01:17 PM
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Tuesday, March 7, 2023
Trent Lakes municipal office now accepting donations on behalf of local food bank
March 7, 2023 [TRENT LAKES, ON]- The Municipality of Trent Lakes and the Trent Lakes Outreach Centre Food Bank have partnered to create a second donation drop off location in the area. Visitors can now bring donations to the municipal office anytime during its regular business hours.
Eligible food products include non-perishable canned meat, vegetables, pasta,...
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2023 10:12 AM
Due to continuing warm weather, Peterborough County has implemented the Reduced Load Restriction on County Roads starting on February 21, 2023.List of Reduced Load roads in the County of Peterborough Road NumberFromToDistance in KM. 4 Warsaw County Road 6 5.6 7 Manvers Twp. Bdry. Emily Twp. Bdry. In Cavan Twp 1.3 8 County Road 4 County Road 40 23.8 11 Peterborough City limits County Road 28 7.1 20 County Road 18 Hwy. 28 16.8 21 Peterborough City limits Hwy. 115 in Cavan Twp. 29.5 25 County Road 18 County Road...
Posted on Wednesday, February 08, 2023 01:56 PM
The Municipality of Trent Lakes has recently completed the Q4 Report Card for 2022.
The report contains both Q4 and year-end data for the 2022 year.
To read the full report, click below.
Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2023 10:56 AM
Notice by Peterborough Public Health.
The Alpine Village Pirates Glen municipal water supply has higher than recommended sodium levels. The Medical Officer of Health for Peterborough Public Health is of the opinion that this is not a health or safety risk to the general user of the Alpine Village Pirates Glen municipal water supply.
Provincial water regulations require that sodium concentrations in municipal drinking water be tested every five years. If the concentration exceeds 20 milligrams...