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The Kushog Lake Property Owners Association is a not-for-profit volunteer-based community organization whose mission is to encourage best practices and environmental stewardship through communication and education of property owners, to liaise with appropriate levels of government on behalf of the lake association members, and to unite us through common interests.
KLPOA was established in 1986 and has a long history of partnerships with government and educational agencies to promote best practices in environmental stewardship through water quality testing and analysis in order to monitor the changers in lake health and the influences on the lake environment.
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County of Haliburton
The Shoreline Bylaw consultants will be hosting a 2nd Virtual Open House on Wednesday, September 29th from 6pm to 8pm. For details on how to participate or watch the Open House, check the link below.
The Board of Directors of KLPOA would like to take this opportunity to clarify some misunderstandings that appear to be circulating regarding the proposed Shoreline Preservation By-Law.
· All available links, provided by the County of Haliburton, have been posted to the membership and property owners on the topic, without comments or recommendations.
· All members have been invited to register with the Township and County to receive important updates directly. All property owners have the responsibility to speak for themselves with the Township, County, consultant and any other governing body.
· The consultant’s survey questionnaire has been completed. Our position as stated:
The Board of Directors of the KLPOA strongly supports the drafting of a Shoreline Protection By-law for Haliburton County that is based on the best current science, with recommendations for adequate enforcement, going forward.
· Neither the Township nor the County has been contacted to support any draft Shoreline Preservation By-Law.
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