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Council discusses ORV Task Force recommendations on additional connection routes

Thumbnail of proposed additional routes for ATVs in Kawartha Lakes

Preview of Janetville, Pontypool, Omemee, Lindsay and Cameron MapsKawartha LakesDuring a Special Committee of the Whole meeting on November 16, a report was brought forward to Council regarding the remaining recommendations from the Off Road Vehicle (ORV) Task Force that addressed proposed ATV connection routes for the areas of Bobcaygeon, Cameron, Janetville, Omemee and Pontypool.

The following routes were brought forward during the meeting and will be coming back to Council on December 14 for further discussion and/or final approval:

Pontypool, Janetville and Omemee
Council recommended the proposed routes for Pontypool, Janetville and Omemee as written.

Cameron
Council requested that amendments be made to the proposed route for Cameron.

Bobcaygeon

The proposed route for Bobcaygeon was not recommended for approval.

Lindsay
Council recommended the proposal of adding Kenrei Road and Thunder Bridge Road.

Councillor Dunn, Chair of the Off Road Vehicle Task Force, made note that the Task Force will meet again on November 26 to discuss the process to monitor the success of the 2022 pilot programs. The meeting will begin at 10am and will be livestreamed on the municipality’s YouTube channel.

The November 16 Special Committee of the Whole meeting is available online to watch and all past correspondence, minutes and meetings regarding the Off Road Vehicle Task Force are available on the Jump In project page.

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