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Posted Thursday, June 23, 2016

daisy awards_presentations 2016NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 23, 2016
Daisy Awards Salute Beautiful Front Yards and Inviting Landscapes
Nominations Now Being Accepted for Gravenhurst Properties
 
Gravenhurst, ON - The Gravenhurst Daisy Awards recognize residents, businesses and groups whose outstanding efforts have produced beautiful front yard gardens or landscapes that contribute to a more attractive neighbourhood and community.
Not only are the awards meant...

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Posted Thursday, June 23, 2016

Here are this week's Town of Gravenhurst Notices (VIEW)


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Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016

giant hogweed Throughout Muskoka various vegetation and invasive specifies exist that can cause health hazards, harmful property damage and affect Ontario’s biodiversity, wetlands and beaches.
If you spot these types of vegetation in Gravenhurst and Muskoka, stay away from it!
If you come in contact with Japanese Knotweed , Giant Hogweed , Invasive Phragmites , Poison Ivy or Sumac   on Municipal property in Gravenhurst , please notify the Town of Gravenhurst....

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Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016

MRC Aerial Photos_sm NEWS RELEASE June 22, 2016
Town Moves Forward with Key Redevelopment Acquisition of Property and Strong Partnership Will Help Achieve Favourable Outcome
Gravenhurst ON - Town Council is taking steps to redevelop one of Gravenhurst’s key vacant properties. The Muskoka Regional Centre has been permanently closed since 1993. This land is currently owned by the Province of Ontario, and to date has not been redeveloped.
Over the past year, extensive work...

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Posted Tuesday, June 21, 2016

fire_ban_high The Fire rating is now set at HIGH. (June 21-16)
Extreme caution must be taken with all open flames. Small fires are permitted in most rural areas of Muskoka keeping in mind that no daytime burning is allowed. You must have adequate tools and water to extinguish the fire if the need arises and you must be with your fire at all times. Your fire can be no greater than two metres in diameter and the smoke cannot interfere with your neighbours or the roadway. Only environmentally...

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