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wardenhogg-2016_tHenry Hogg Acclaimed as Warden for the Remainder of 2016

At a Special Inaugural Meeting held May 11, 2016, Lennox and Addington County Council acclaimed Henry Hogg, Reeve of the Township of Addington Highlands as County Warden for the remainder of 2016.

The Warden’s office became vacant with the passing of Warden Clarence Kennedy on March 13, 2016 after a brief battle with cancer.

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Lennox & Addington County Council Approves 2016 Budget


March 23, 2016 - Lennox and Addington County Council approved a 2016 budget totalling $68.5 million to provide a broad range of services which are described in detail in the 2016 Budget Summary & Highlights.

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2016 - Budget Summary & Highlights

 

 

 

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Construction Updates


Public Notice of Construction - Bridge Street, Napanee. The County of Lennox & Addington and the Town of Greater Napanee will reconstruct Bridge Street (County Rd 1) from Alma Avenue westerly to Belleville Road. The project generally consists of replacing underground water and sewer mains, repaving Bridge Street and replacing sidewalks. The intersection of Belleville Road at Bridge Street will also be realigned. To facilitate the work temporary road closures will be required and traffic delays can be expected.

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Quinte Conservation Declares Level 3 Low Water Condition


Quinte Conservation and the Low Water Response Team have declared a Level 3 Low Water Condition due to lack of rainfall and low flows in local rivers and streams.  This is the most severe low water level.  Quinte Conservation Water Resources Manager Christine McClure says, “We have received approximately 35% of average rainfall across the watershed in July.  This means that some lake and river levels are visibly lower than they would normally be for this time of year.  Flows in the Moira, Napanee and Salmon Rivers continue to be extremely low and we need a significant amount of rain to change that.  The Water Response Team met Thursday morning and declared that we are now in a Level 3 Low Water Condition.”

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