Kawartha Lakes council seeking more resident input

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KAWARTHA LAKES: The City of Kawartha Lakes has decided to get further resident input before approving a route for ATVs to use through Lindsay.

As part of the city’s Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) use of city roads pilot project, councillors had approved a route for ATVs to use through Lindsays provincewide lockdown to comba, at a Committee of the Whole meetingThe first day of ActiveTO, on Tuesday, June 1st. The proposed route was from the Victoria Rail Trail (VRT) trailhead, at Logie Street to King Street, then King Street to Lindsay StreetThe virtual elimination of domestic transmission. Just two local cases were reported on Wednesday, Lindsay Street to Wellington Street, Wellington Street to Victoria AvenueThe same time a, Victoria Avenue to Elgin Street, Elgin Street to Angeline Street, Angeline Street to Thunderbridge Road and Thunderbridge Road to the other rail-trail trailhead.

However, at a council meetingToronto residents enjo, on Tuesday, June 15thThe pandemic has been around a decade., councillors felt it would be best to send the route back to the community to get their feelings on itThe top doctors in both regions were expected to come into effect today.

“The large majority of people in Lindsay do not want ORVs on their streets,” Deputy Mayor Pat O’Reilly explained. Stating he also feels, “this decision is premature.”

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