Fall, 2016 - Issue #48

 

President’s Message – p.1

By PAUL COWLEY – Carusoe Bay

 

Mayor’s Golf Tournament Raises $37,000 – p.1

 

Expanded Greenbelt Would Help Protect our Water Resources – p.1

By MARGARET PROPHET – Co Chair of the Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition

 

Fall/Winter Events – p.2

 

Running the Tiny Trail

A Big Gem for Runners, Hikers and Other Outdoor Enthusiasts – p.3

By Kristin Kerr – Addison Beach

 

Report on Council – p.4

 

Chris Figgures’ Cartoon – p.4

 

Controlling Common Reed (Phragmites):

Wymbolwood Beach Research Project - p.4

By LYNN SHORT – Professor of Horticulture, Humber College, Wymbolwood Beach

 

GBGH: Are Its Troubles Now Over? – p.7

By JACK ELLIS – Rowntree Beach

 

A History of Cedar Point – p.8

By JAMES STUART – Cedar Point Cottagers

 

Swimming Water Quality Reassuring

Thank You Volunteers! – p.9

By JUDITH GRANT – Addison Beach

 

The War on Invasive Species – p.10

By PETE ANDREWS – Farlain Lake

 

Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament 2016 – p.11

Photos by ANDREW CHOMENTOWSKI – Cawaja Beach

 

The Pilot Parking Strategy to Date – p.12

By JUDITH GRANT – Addison Beach

 

Keep Wild Animals Wild – p.12

From Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

 

Woodland Beach Celebrates Launch of Its History Book – p.13

By TRACEY PRICE & MARG ROBERTSON – Woodland Beach

 

Where Does Our Organic Recycling Go? – p.14

By LINDA ANDREWS – Wahnekewening Beach

 

 

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