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Mayor Imposes Order to Not Permit the Operation of Any Valves for the Purposes of Supplying Water to Seasonal Dwellings during Emergency Pandemic.


Huron-Kinloss, ON: Mayor Mitch Twolan addressed the public via Social Media, strongly discouraging all Seasonal Residents from travelling to the Township of Huron-Kinloss while the pandemic situation exists.
“Unfortunately, some people are not taking this seriously and are ignoring our pleas” said Twolan. 
As a result he has issued an Order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, subsection 4(1) to Not Permit the Operation of any Valves for the Purposes of Supplying Water to Seasonal Dwellings During the Emergency Pandemic Situation.  
Twolan states “Health is of the utmost importance right now for the residents of Huron-Kinloss, we need to do our part to flatten the curve.” 

To view the Public Address, please follow the link: Mayor Twolan Public Address March 30 2020

The Order in it’s entirely, please follow the link: Mayor Twolan Order March 30 2020

For more information on COVID-19, please refer to the Grey Bruce Health Unit online at or by phone at 519-376-9420. 
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Municipal staff continues to be available by phone or email at this time by contacting 519-395-3735 or For after-hours emergencies regarding municipal issues, please call 1-866-299-5199. 
For more information:
Emergency Information Officer Township of Huron-Kinloss 519-395-3735
March 30, 2020 Press Release.pdf


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