Development Applications

Treasure Island development proposal (2018 application) -- LWRA response

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Fri, 12/20/2019 - 21:56

Following is the LWRA response to the recent proposal for development of Treasure Island. Attached below is a PDF version for your convenience.


Re: REZONING APPLICATION No. Z/66/2018/HTE (Ball/ Gailits, Rowland) and the related application B/76/2018/HTE (Ball, Gailits, Rowland)


Treasure Island (2018 application)-- LWRA presentation at the public meeting.

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Fri, 12/20/2019 - 21:53

Good afternoon. My name is Dwayne Verhey, and I am here representing the Lake Waseosa Ratepayers’ Association, c/o 21 Cottage Lane, RR#3, Huntsville. P1H 2J4

I am sure that by now you are all well aware of the importance of Treasure Island to the residents of Lake Waseosa due to it’s impact on the character of the lake as a dominant feature of the landscape. We touched on that in our written submission and I’m sure others here present today will expand on that.

I would like to address some points that arose as further information trickled out to us.

Treasure Island development proposal (2018 application) -- Public Meeting

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Fri, 12/20/2019 - 21:47

Sunday 13 January 2019

To: LWRA members and others associated with the LWRA lakes

From: The LWRA Board

As many of you know, the Town of Huntsville recently received an application to re-zone Treasure Island (the big island in Lake Waseosa) from “Conservation” to “Shoreline Residential”  together with a proposed mainland access point on the west side of Lake Waseosa as part of a proposal to build on that island.

Treasure Island

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Fri, 12/20/2019 - 21:46

Treasure Island is the largest island on Lake Waseosa. Zoned Conservation, it is a contained slice of undeveloped land comprised of 3 parcels. The larger eastern parcel is separated from the smaller western parcel by a narrow strip of public land. A few years ago, the western parcel was sold for back taxes to the owners of the western parcel. They now want to change the zoning to permit development, a move opposed by the vast majority of area residents.


December 14, 2009
Jacqui Tschekalin
Development Coordinator, Town of Huntsville
37 Main St. East,
Huntsville, Ontario
P1H 1A1


Re: Z/50/2009/HTE (Schulman/Ganz)

Dear Ms. Tschekalin:

First of all, please amend your records to reflect our correct mailing address, as above. The misaddressing resulted in your letter being delayed until December 12.

Verbal statements -- Public Meeting re Logangianes subdivision on Jessop

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Tue, 12/17/2019 - 14:31

Statement of the Lake Waseosa Ratepayers' Association
Town of Huntsville
Wednesday 13 February 2013

Good Morning:

I am Tony Doob, currently president of the Lake Waseosa Ratepayers' Association. Along with Dwayne Verhey, Secretary of the LWRA, I will be presenting the LWRA's response to this application.