As the covid-19 crisis has evolved, it has become clear that it cannot be “business as usual” for the LWRA this summer. The provincial government has extended the state of emergency and as of this date, gatherings of more than 5 persons are still prohibited.
From Kirstin Maxwell at the Town, in answer to President Norton's question:
"At this point all LPAT proceedings have been suspended until June 30 – and I don’t know what the rescheduling backlog will look like, if they intend to bump the cases scheduled after that too. "
So everything is on hold pending resolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dear Friends and Neighbours,
ANNUAL DUES 2020 LWRA
How to join us/Lake Waseosa Ratepayers Association
Membership in the LWRA is open to any area ratepayer with a limit of one membership per property and one membership per person. All new memberships must be approved by the Board of Directors to ensure compliance with the rules. New members click here to complete the application form.
Annual dues are $40.00. Dues can be:
The Twitter-like message is this: We won at Huntsville Council: 8 out of 8 councilors voted to turn down the Treasure Island development proposal. Completely. They -- the Huntsville Council -- are to be congratulated. If you want more, then here it is:
For many years now, the LWRA has partnered with Freecourse.ca to provide our members with an affordable solution to obtaining their PCOC.
Welcome to the lake!! How lucky you are to spend time on Waseosa, Pallet, Ripple or Jingo Lake.
We know you want to be a good neighbour and an active protector of our special environment.
To do this there are a few simple things you must know:
- what to do with your garbage
- how to get along with the neighbors
- how to have as little impact on the lake as possible yet still enjoy its simple pleasures