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City reminds residents that Public Works Depots are not open to the public

KAWARTHA LAKES-The City is reminding the public that access to the sand and salt storage buildings in Public Works Depots across the municipality is prohibited, citing safety concerns.

“The current facilities are not designed for resident access. Residents are asked to visit to their local hardware store to buy sand or salt as required.” Bryan Robinson,
Director of Public Works said in a press release issued today.

“We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The safety of our employees and residents is our top priority.”

A name change may be in order.

 

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