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We have received calls from residents concerning a company going door to door asking to see the homeowners furnace, offering a rebate.
This company has not applied for a Hawker Peddler licence. They have not registered with the Town.
If someone comes to your door, please ask to see their licence.
If you require more information contact Jo Ann Ducharme, Clerk at 705-567-9361.
MEDIA RELEASE - December 5, 2016
Utility Invoice & Sanitary Sewer
The Town of Kirkland Lake is one of few municipalities remaining that have their Sanitary Sewer costs funded through the tax levy and as per a recommendation from the KPMG operational review report Council felt it was time to separate these costs.
At its’ Regular Meeting of Council, November 22, 2016 the bylaw was passed to remove the cost of Sanitary Sewer from the tax levy. This cost will now be solely funded through the Sewer rate charge which will be 80% of your Water rate charges.
Effective January 1, 2017 there will be additional line items on your Utility Invoice (water bill) related to the Sanitary Sewer charge. This change is effective for both metered and flat water residents who have a sanitary sewer connection to the municipality. This change in collecting fees for sanitary sewer will establish a dedicated reserve fund for capital and maintenance projects to ensure the sustainability of the infrastructure, buildings and equipment for the long term.
- MEDIA RELEASE - Civic Ice Rink Opening December 16
- MEDIA RELEASE - Kirkland Lake Receives Funding for Swastika Sewage Upgrades
- November 25th Municipal Update
- MEDIA RELEASE - Kirkland Lake Daycare Merges with Second Street Daycare
- MEDIA RELEASE - Aquatic Centre Funding
ATTENTION Kirkland Lake Residents
Centre de santé communautaire du Témiskaming has put out a survey asking you to tell them about your health and wellbeing. Please take a minute to fill out the survey today.
See the poster
Take the survey
Kirkland Lake held the ground breaking ceremony for its new aquatic Centre on November 10.
“I’m very pleased to see the official start to the long awaited project”, said Mayor Tony Antoniazzi.
The Mayor was joined by members of Council, senior municipal administration and representatives from Montieth Building Group, the general contractors for the project.
- MEDIA RELEASE - New Fire Chief
- PUBLIC NOTICE: WINTER PARKING RESTRICTIONS (By-Law 15-017)
The public is reminded that effective NOVEMBER 1, 2016 Winter Parking Restrictions went into effect. Vehicles shall not be parked on the streets between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 7:30 am. These restrictions apply to the period commencing November 1, 2016 to April 15, 2017
- Waste Management and Recycling Calendar for 2016