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2009 CARA Public Meeting…


October 25, 2009

This afternoon 23 area residents came out to CARA’s public meeting held at the Masonic Hall

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Nick Nowitski Photo

Guest speakers;

OPP Constable Dave Mowbray addressed community safety and how to keep your home safe when you are away. He suggested that we all lock our vehicles and homes. When away, have a friend or neighbour pick-up your newspapers and plow your driveway. You should put your lights on timers to make your home look occupied. He also spoke on the 4 Wheeler by-law and what it contained. He noted that all riders MUST have a valid drivers license, vehicle license, ownership and insurance. They are allowed on Loyalist Parkway ONLY between October 1st and May 1st during sun-up and sun-down. They cannot have any passengers and must drive at a maximum of 50kph in an 80kph zone.

Councilor Peggy Burris addressed the current rumour of our post office closing as false. She asked that attendees sign a petition from some unknown group to keep our current electoral boundaries intact.

Bill Kemp, on behalf of himself and wife Juanita, thanked CARA on behalf of its membership for nominating their Dixie Lee Chicken & Seafood Restaurant and Country Farm Market for a Quinte Business Achievement Award. With nearly 75 potential candidates, they won New Business of the Year 2009.

Many new members signed up and a great number in attendance left comments about what they would like to see CARA do in the coming year. A big thankyou to the Masons and all who attended.


 

Dixie Lee Restaurant wins award…


October 24, 2009

Congratulations to Juanita and Bill Kemp, owners of the Dixie Lee Chicken & Seafood Restaurant and Country Farm Market for winning the “New Business of the Year 2009” presented by the Quinte Business Achievement Awards.

Dixie Lee Award


K2’s Restaurant torn down…

 


The unsightly building that used to house K2’s Restaurant has been torn down. We have no idea what will be built in its place, but a nice building with retail below a couple of apartments would generate some commercial development in Consecon. Stay tuned for more information.

K2 RestaurantPhoto by Alister Stark