July has ushered in the warm weather and with it another season in paradise. We began the summer with a wildly successful children’s Olympics held in Macintyre Park. Kevin Kenny managed a tight competition between the sand and stony beach teams. I am sure there was a winner but we all were winners to see so many children of all ages enjoying the competition. Just this past weekend many of us put out our un-wanted items so they could become someone else’s treasure at the Inverhuron Yard Sale. A great start to the summer.
This year we have purchased a soft tire wagon for moving tables to and from the beach and other locations as well as a barbecue so that we will not have to borrow one to cook hotdogs. We have arranged for picnic tables to be placed in both parks and if they are well received we will ask for more to be added. As the year goes on we will be looking for other ways to make Inverhuron easier to enjoy.
I would like to ask all members and residents to respect the swimming area as marked by the blue and white buoys and to pass the message to our guests and renters. Boats of all types should be launched and landed outside of the area. Dogs should be on a leash while on the beach and should not be allowed to swim in the designated swimming area. These rules are set by the municipality for safety and heath concerns. I am sure we will be more closely monitored by the city as time goes by and the potential fines are not worth the small inconvenience they cause.
We on the board look forward to seeing you at the annual meeting Aug 5th and at the corn roast in September.
|DATE||WARD 1||WARD 2||WARD 3|
|KINCARDINE – BRUCE AVE||KINCARDINE TOWNSHIP L15 BETWEEN CON 5 - 7||BRUCE TOWNSHIP L17 CONC 2|
|TUESDAY||8:00 AM - 2:00 PM||CLOSED||SUMMER 12:: - 8:00 PM
WINTER 1:00 PM – 400 PM
|WEDNESDAY||1:00 PM – 4:00 PM||SUMMER 12 - 8:00
WINTER 1:00 – 400
|THURSDAY||1:00 PM – 3:00 PM||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|FRIDAY||8:00 AM – 12 NOON||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|SATURDAY||8:00 AM – 12 NOON||12:30 PM – 4:30 PM||8:00 AM – 12 NOON|
We published our Inverhuron Directory for 2006-2007 in mid June. Since changes continually occur please assist us in updating entries for residents of Inverhuron by contacting any Director or send email to the address below.
Peter Aunger firstname.lastname@example.org 519-368-7391 or 519-235-1222
|2005 - 2006||2006 - 2007|
Fees for membership in IDRA are now due. The amount for 2006 is $20 and is payable at
the Cottage Grocery in Inverhuron or to the Treasurer of IDRA. Checks should be made out to
Inverhuron & District Ratepayers Association.
A reminder from the Administrative Fire Chief of Kincardine of the Open Air Burning by-law and the sale and use of fireworks.
OPEN AIR BURNING within the MUNICIPALITY By-law No. 2001-127 Prohibitions:
With the exception of barbeque fires (charcoal or propane), no person may set a fire or allow a fire to burn in the open air without obtaining a permit from the Chief Fire Official. Permits must be in hand prior to setting a fire. Permits can be obtained at the Kincardine Fire Station, or the Tiverton Fire Station. Please telephone 396-2141 for information and arrangements for a permit. To view the entire By-law refer to: www.kincardine.net.; choose Our Municipality then By-laws.
SALE and USE of FIREWORKS
By-law No. 2002-16 General Provisions:
Sale of Family Fireworks is prohibited except on the following days and the 6 business days preceding: Victoria Day, Canada Day and the USA Independence Day.
Display of Family Fireworks is prohibited except on the following days and time:
Victoria Day, Canada Day and USA Independence Day.
The Saturday preceding or the Saturday following Victoria Day, Canada Day, USA Independence Day.
Between dusk and 12 midnight.
Public Fireworks Displays A permit must first be obtained from the Kincardine Fire Department.
To view the entire By-law refer to www.kincardine.net; choose Our Municipality then By-laws.
Being a By-Law to further amend By-Law 2002-30, A By-Law renaming the Municipality of Kincardine Road System (911)
"The owner of the property shall ensure that every property has the assigned municipal number posted in accordance with the provisions of the By-Law."
"The owner of the property shall ensure trhat every number shall be ... in plain and legible numbers at least 12.7 centimetres (5 inches) high and such numbers shall be placed at the main entrance of the building facing the street or highway..."
"Where the main building is located beyond 30 metres (100 feet) of the highway allownance or the main building is obscured from the highway by trees... etc.. the building number shall be placed on a contrasting plate attached to a post... Unobstructed by mailboxes, brush, shrubs ets."
A complete copy of the By-Law may be obtained at the Kincardine Fire Station, 127 Mahood Jonston Drive, Monday to Firday during the hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or at www.kincardine.net or call 519 396-2141 for more information.?