Public voices concerns over new vegetative buffer bylaw

More than 150 people filled the gymnasium of the Hastings Highlands Centre in Maynooth on the morning of Saturday, May 23 for a public meeting regarding council’s proposed vegetative buffer bylaw. Deputy Mayor Mike Leveque got the ball rolling, welcoming the crowd before showing a video explaining why it is important for waterfront property owners to act as responsible stewards of the shorelines surrounding the lake(s) they enjoy.

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