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A Cottager's Guide to Algae
at Eagle and Sharbot Lakes

To learn about Green Algae and Cyanobacteria
check this link
Click here to access this report

Misty September Morning, Eagle Lake, 2017

Water Quality Report for 2016
Read the full report at this link
Membership Application/Renewal Form
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October 2017 ELPOA Newsletter

One of ELPOA's most successful and well attended Annual General Meetings took place on Saturday, July 15, 2017.
Minutes of the 2017 Annual General Meeting
Interim Water Quality Report for 2017
Aarrangements were made with one
of the teachers, Wade Leonard, at
the Granite Ridge Education Centre
in Sharbot Lake to undertake a
drone mapping of Eagle Creek.

Here is one of the striking images
of Eagle Creek looking north taken
from a drone-produced video.
ELPOA Organizes Striking Videos, Imagery & Drone Mapping of
Eagle Creek
Access the report, videos and a
striking panoramic view using
this link.

On Tuesday, November 14th, Central Frontenac Township Council passed the following motion with respect to a Septic Inspection Plan

Motion moved by: Tom Dewey
WHEREAS the septic re-inspection program that was discussed at the last Regular meeting of Council on October 24, 2017 was defeated; AND WHEREAS Council have been requested to revisit the program using a two part 10 year phase in model;

AND FURTHER that Phase 1 include all RW (Waterfront) properties which must be inspected by an approved inspector, authorized by the municipality, under authority of the re-inspection program within 5 years of implementation.

AND FURTHER, that Phase 2 include all the other properties not included under Phase 1, where septic systems exist, must be inspected within 10 years of the implementation date;

AND FURTHER, pursuant to the aforementioned model, all systems in Phase 1 and 2 will require a 10 year cyclical inspection going forward.

AND FURTHER, that staff be directed to develop a program for low income home owners whereby a list of referred agencies that are available to help with funding for failed systems is regularly maintained, and updated along with a municipal program, whereby staff will investigate and bring forward rules and procedures for a municipal assistance program.

Russell Smith's Report on the Current Status of the
Algonquin Land Claim