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Water Safety Statement Issued For Quinte Conservation Watershed

Mild temperatures and forecast rainfall will cause water levels to increase throughout the Moira, Napanee, and Prince Edward watersheds. The warmer temperatures could cause some localized or nuisance flooding of smaller creeks and ditches. Some

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Feed the Meter Cheque Presentation

This year’s Feed the Meter campaign was a great success once again. Mayor Taso Christopher presented $13,000 collected by the campaign to Food For Learning. With the amount already collected to date, the Foundation is excited and confident

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Rogers Hometown Hockey Lands in Belleville on February 24 and 25

– Festival taking place in downtown Belleville – – Former NHLer Andrew Raycroft to join the weekend festivities – – Special live musical performance by the Trans Canada Highwaymen– TORONTO (February 6, 2018)

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Belleville Fire Department Seeks Community Input Regarding Outdoor/Open Air Burning

The Belleville Fire Department is reviewing the current policy regarding outdoor/open air burning. As part of the review process, the Fire Department is seeking community input, asking residents to complete a short, on-line survey. The survey

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Weather Related Program and Service Cancellations at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre

Due to the weather and the worsening conditions anticipated throughout the day, there are a number of program cancellations today:  • All recreational swims, swimming lessons, aquafit programs and private pool rentals are cancelled

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Flood Outlook Statement Remains in Effect - Staff Continue to Monitor Conditions

Quinte Conservation’s Flood Outlook Statement for the potential of flooding remains in effect on the Moira, Salmon, Napanee, and Prince Edward watersheds. Warmer temperatures this week should eliminate the formation of new frazil ice. However,

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