In 2014 the CHA initiatied two significant environmental projects.
They were the
'Shoreline Improvement Project'
'Septic Health Project'.
With new funding of more that $110,000 from the Ontario Trillium Fund, the shoreline project will be able to continue for the next four years
and improve the water quality of at least 47 more lakes in Haliburton County. To read a timely news article on this project, click
To learn more specifics about the shoreline project, follow
Also see the hints on the new Septic Tips 2014 notice, by
You're invited to Environment Haliburton's screening of James Cameron's 2014 made for TV climate series,
"Years of Living Dangerously" - episode 6 - "Winds of Change".
This screening will be held at 7:30 on Tuesday December 9th at the Minden United Church.
In this excerpt, actor America Ferrera profiles prominent skeptic James Taylor of the Heartland Institute as he crusades against clean energy,
and investigates the battle over the future of renewable energy in the US.
'New York Times' columnist Mark Bittman returns to conduct a year long investigation into natural gas, which has been touted as
"America's energy source" and a way towards a cleaner, greener future. But is it true?
Please make every effort to see it and bring a friend or two.
If you can, please circulate this
within your networks.
You can also get more information about this event and others, from the 'Haliburton County Events Calendar' in the first column (above the Local Weather information) on this page.
The Ontario Liberal government has devloped a new OPP Funding Model that will cost Haliburton County an additional $3,200,000 with no change to police services.
Changes were made to the original proposal, which could have cost $5,000,000; but they still do not address the needs of this county and many others.
Your phone calls and letters helped to reduce that increase.
The increase is to be implemented in January 2015, with the cost increase phased in over a 5-year period,
capping the annual increase at $40 per property.
See FOCA's views and more details about this change that robs Peter to pay Paul by
Also, find out what the county has to say about this and what you can do to alter this increase by
Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners' Associations (CHA)
is a member-driven group of over 45 property owners' associations,
representing more than 77 waterbodies and 12,500 waterfront properties from across the
geographical limits of Haliburton County, in Ontario Canada.
Our Mission Statement:
The CHA is a broadly-based Haliburton coalition of volunteers, drawing upon the collective knowledge and strength of its member associations
to create synergy through sharing best practices, effectively studying common issues, developing common solutions,
recommending county-wide policies and influencing outcomes. Member associations always remain autonomous
If you would like to join or learn more about the CHA,
then please contact us by clicking on ->