Village of Lake Lenore Special Council Meeting Notice
TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to section 123 of The Municipalities Act, Village of Lake Lenore hereby gives notice to the public that a special meeting of the Council of the Village of Lake Lenore will be held on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022 commencing at 7:00 pm at Lake Lenore Village Office.
Thanks to the steadfast support of the community from the last year’s census of population. Canada’s population grew from 2016 to 2021, bringing our population to a total of 36,991,981 people, Approximately 1.8 million more people called Canada home in 2021 compared with 5 years earlier with most of the growth attributable to new arrivals from around the world.
Village of Lake Lenore population went up by Five (5). from 2016-284 to 2021-289. For more information visit www.statcan.gc.ca/census
Attention: Village of Lake Lenore water fill station users,
Effective November 19, 2021 Village of Lake Lenore water fill station will be upgraded from CoinOp to FOB System. In order to dispense water, a FOB key is required and must be purchased ahead of time.
To purchase, please visit the Village Office located at 101 Main Street. Office is open Monday-Thursday from 9:00am-12:00pm / 1:00pm-5:00pm.
A $20 deposit is required for the new user. Old users will get it free of charge in replacement of their old key. New, lost or damaged FOBs will not be refunded.
Please call the office if you have any questions at 306-3682344.
Trick-or-Treat with only your family members or a few close friends you already spend time with.
Be sure to:
Wear a mask; incorporate it into your costume if possible;
Ensure physical distancing (two metres); and
Wash your hands before and after Trick-or-Treating.
When approaching a house, have patience and wait for the group ahead of you to leave before approaching. Do not crowd the doorstep and stand two metres away. Knock on the door (avoid using the doorbell) or play a pre-recorded ‘Trick-or-Treat’ audio on your phone.
After Trick-or-Treating, and prior to eating any treats, be sure to wash your hands.
Handing Out Candy
If feeling unwell, please do not hand out candy.
Only one person per household who is vaccinated should hand out treats for Trick-or-Treaters.
When handing out candy:
Wear a mask;
Wash your hands frequently;
Use tongs to hand out candy or hand out individual candy bags; and
Only offer store-bought, individually wrapped candy.
If weather permits, sit outside and place individual candy or candy bags on a table for children to take.
Frequently sanitize high-touch areas including the doorbell, doorknob, and handrails for general hygiene and to protect against any viruses.
The Western Canada Onsite Wastewater Management Association (WCOWMA) and its affiliates are promoting septic awareness during the week of September 20 to 24.
We are sharing guidance with the general public on sound septic maintenance and management through our social media channels. Please join the Septic Awareness event on Facebook, and invite your clients, family and friends to participate as well!
As part of the initiative, we are also offering a free Septic Sense webinar to assist homeowners in understanding why they need to properly maintain and care for their septic systems.
Please come and support Tim Horton’s Cookie campaign on Sept. 14th, Tuesday from 10:30 am-12:30 pm at the Village Office(outside). All the proceeds will go towards Humboldt District Hospital’s CARDIAC MONITORING EQUIPMENT. See the link below for more information. Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie Campaign & Order Form (1)