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Load restrictions start on the 20th day of February 2018 on all municipal roads in the Municipality of Marmora and Lake. Reduced loads are necessary to protect the integrity of the Municipal road system during the winter thaw. Enforcement of half-load restrictions will commence once half-load signs are erected.

Persons contravening this regulation will be prosecuted under Section 122 of The Highway Traffic Act.

 

Kevin Hart
Manager of Transportation

Family Day Closure

Feb
2018
15

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Note that the Town Hall and Service Ontario will be closed Monday, February 19, 2018, for Family Day.

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

Feb
2018
15

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Notice to taxpayers paying through their mortgage company:

We will be mailing out both interim and final tax bills to all taxpayers when they are issued.

Payments will be processed as usual.

No action is required on your part.

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Please stop in the Town Hall and get your dog tags.

  • NOT SPAYED OR NEUTERED: $20.00
  • SPAYED OR NEUTERED: $10.00
  • No fee with proof of microchip.

$15 late fee is added after April 30.

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Environment Canada has recently issued an Extreme Cold Warning for many parts of Eastern Ontario including our local area. Current forecasts indicate that overnight lows in the -20s will extend through next week and possibly beyond. With the onset of extreme cold weather, property owners should be aware of the elevated risk of pipes freezing in your home. Frozen plumbing can leave you with no water or cause your pipes to burst, leading to expensive property damage. It is therefore best to take proactive steps to protect your household pipes from freezing where possible. Some key tips include the following:

  • Know where to find your main shut off valve and how it works (in case your pipes burst).
    • Ensure areas that contain indoor water pipes are kept above 8 degrees C, especially near the water meter.
    • Insulate pipes most prone to freezing especially near outside walls and crawl spaces.
    • Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines in the garage.
    • Open kitchen, bathroom and laundry cabinet doors to allow warm air to circulate around ground floor plumbing.
    • Outdoor faucets are the first to freeze. Unscrew any hoses, turn off the outdoor water supplies and let the taps drain.
    • For your own peace of mind, you may choose to run a pencil thin (1/4 inch) stream of water to ensure some movement of water in the pipes. However, your normal water consumption charges continue to apply if you choose to use this step. Run cold water from the lowest point in the house, usually a laundry sink or tub. Ensure the drain is kept clear of debris to prevent overflowing or flooding.

 

For additional information on these risks please call the Environmental Department at 613-472-6285

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posted by | Comments Off on Marmora Snags A Doctor With Ties To The Area!

Dr. Emily Callery has just signed on with the Hastings County recruitment program. “I am looking forward to opening my practice of family medicine in Marmora, as well as working some emergency shifts at the Bancroft Hospital,” stated Callery, she is slated to begin in February of 2018.

Mayor Terry Clemens says “We are very pleased to have Dr. Emily Callery coming on board at our Marmora Medical Centre. I have had the opportunity to meet with her and I would assure the public that she will be a great fit in our community.”

Emily completed her medical school at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, and her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Toronto in 2014. She has also completed a Bachelor of Science in Biomedicine and a Master’s of Science in Biomedicine both at the University of Guelph.

As for Dr. Callery’s ties to the area, her family has a cottage on Crowe Lake and her ancestors settled in the area generations ago.

“We are very happy to welcome Dr. Callery to Marmora & Lake,” says Deputy Mayor Linda Bracken, “it is exciting news for people in the area who are currently without a family doctor to have her come to our community.”

To become a patient of Dr. Emily Callery visit Health Care Connect and register today.

https://www.ontario.ca/page/find-family-doctor-or-nurse-practitioner

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