South Frontenac Council - Jan. 13/09

Written by  |  Thursday, 15 January 2009 06:37  |  Published in SOUTH FRONTENAC
Grumpy over splitting costs of road repair South Frontenac Public Works Manager Mark Segsworth brought forth a recommendation that South Frontenac agree to pay $4,127 to Central Frontenac to cover half the cost of bringing up the level of what Segsworth described as a “private laneway driveway in the vicinity of Arena Boundary Road.” Segsworth wanted council to make it clear, however, in submitting the payment that “any future maintenance requirements on this laneway/driveway will be the sole responsibility of the Township of Central Frontenac.” The road in question bisects the two townships, and it contains a low spot which had been subject to flooding due to persistent beaver damming on private lands in South Frontenac and some land that is under the jurisdiction of…

Sydenham Woman to Climb Africa's Kilimanjaro

Written by  |  Thursday, 08 January 2009 06:36  |  Published in SOUTH FRONTENAC
For most people January is the time of year to slow down after the Christmas rush. And for Leslie Myles, a Sydenham resident who is a franchise owner for four Body Shop stores in Kingston and Belleville, it is usually inventory time. But not this year. On Monday afternoon, Leslie flew out of Toronto, bound for Tanzania and Mount Kilimanjaro. She left her business, and her husband and teenage children to fend for themselves for a couple of weeks, and will be joining 11 other women who will make the five-day hike and climb to the summit of the mountain, the tallest in Africa. For Leslie Myles the climb combines two passions: the great outdoors and community service. “I love the outdoors and the challenge…
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