Now the melting of the snow (about 11 cm / 4.5 inches) starts. The runoff is making the lake edge mushy. Otter Lake lake levels are still at the low end of the target range as this melt begins.
The ice is still strong enough for the 5 deer in this picture to be on the move. It will be interesting to see when ice-out comes this year as the winter and spring-like weather systems tussle it out.
This workshop will touch on changes to the building code, energy efficiency for four season homes and more. 9:00am—12pm on April 21, 2018, upstairs at the Humphrey Community Centre, 15 Humphrey Drive For more information click the flyer link below or call – Building Department at 705-732-4300 Building in Seguin Workshop-Flyer
Please check if you have this fire extinguisher. Download the below file for all the details. 2017-safety-recall-ulc-version_en-june2018
The Seguin Septic Re-inspection Program targeted Otter Lake (Otter and Little Otter Lakes) and Clear Lake in 2017. Below is the report. DPS-PL-2018-015 Septic Report Of the 118 properties that were missed only 20 of them were on Otter Lake which indicates a high level of participation in the program and that bodes well for […]
There will be a Public Meeting on these proposed Waterfront Design Guidelines on April 3, 2018 in the Council Chambers, 5 Humphrey Drive, Seguin, Ontario P2A 2W8. OLRA is supportive of these guidelines since they help protect our water quality, our lake ecology and our property values. Ad 2018 WDG Public Meeting April 3rd 2018 […]