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QUINTE CONSERVATION DECLARES LEVEL 3 LOW WATER CONDITION Print

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 4, 2016

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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Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship Print

Residents are invited to submit a nomination for the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship. Ontario is recognizing 13 outstanding citizens for their exceptional long-term contributions to their communities and to the province. Recipients will be presented with their medal by the Lieutenant Governor at a special ceremony at Queen's Park.

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Senior Achievement Award Print
Lennox & Addington County residents are invited to submit a nomination for the Senior Achievement Award, presented by the Province of Ontario.

For more information and to make a nomination, please visit: www.citizenship.gov.on.ca/english/citizenship/honours/saa.shtml.
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Lincoln M. Alexander Award Print

Lennox & Addington County residents are invited to submit a nomination for the Lincoln M. Alexander Award. Each year, the program recognizes up to three youth who have demonstrated exemplary leadership in contributing to the elimination of racial discrimination in Ontario. Residents will receive a cash prize of $5,000 and a framed certificate.

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KFL&A United Way Refugee Relief Print

The City of Kingston, and United Way Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, are working in partnership with Kingston Community Health Centres, County of Frontenac, County of Lennox & Addington to set up a special emergency fund to support refugee resettlement in our community. The United Way will administer this fund with no administrative fee.  An advisory refugee coordinating committee will oversee the distribution of the funds collected to assist local initiatives.

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