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Notice of Caution- Heightened Risk of Bluff Erosion

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Record high Lake Huron water levels over the past few years have resulted in significant toe erosion and oversteepening of the shoreline bluffs. In addition, seasonal rainfall and snowmelt have saturated the land and softened the clay till bluffs, making some areas along Lake Huron prone to collapse. These destabilizing conditions will likely lead to an increase in erosion through slope failures, slumping and gully erosion.

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Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety

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A stretch of mild temperatures is expected over the next few days followed by a period of widespread rain this weekend. Temperatures are forecast to reach a high of 17°C Thursday and remain above the freezing point through Saturday. This duration of unseasonably warm temperatures will eliminate what is remaining of the snowpack throughout the Maitland and Nine Mile River watersheds.

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2022 Tree Program- SOLD OUT

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The 2022 Tree Program is SOLD OUT! The overwhelming interest in trees has been noted by Staff and will be considered while making plans for 2023.

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2022 Tree Program

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Save the Date! This year tree sales open on Tuesday March 1, 2022, at 8:30 a.m. This year we offer the following varieties: Sugar Maple, Native Red, Red Oak and Bur Oak.

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Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians

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The Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians  program helps Ontarians ‘get back on their feet’ after a natural disaster. ACW provided the ministry with information to assess the damage sustained as a result of the tornado on September 7, 2021. The ministry’s assessment process is now complete. No areas were identified in your municipality where there was costly and widespread damage to eligible private property, that would not be covered by insurance. As a result, the ministry will not activate the Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians program.

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