While not a nice day, Monday was a perfect day for getting boat winterizations and shrink wrapping done. It remained cloudy all day, but it also remained perfectly calm. Some rain or flurries are predicted to move in during the day Tuesday. All pretty typical for this time of year. It is hard to find much sunshine.
The election results for Limerick Township Reeve are in. Carl Stefanski has 160 votes and Michael Douglas-Hecker has 157 votes. Unless something changes in the official re-count, Carl will be our new Reeve. Goes to show that EVERY vote is important. In neighboring Wollaston Township, relative newcomer to the area, Barb Shaw has been elected Reeve. Paul Jenkins has won re-election as mayor of Bancroft.
Condolences go out to the Bennett family on the passing of family matriarch, Betty at the age of 96.
The marina store will be open for the day on Saturday, October 27.
The fall draw down of the lake is underway, but happening slowly. It is now down about 8 inches. The lake typically drops 14 inches from summer levels.
We still have plenty of the better grade of -50C plumbing (RV) anti-freeze in 3.78 liter jugs. Price remains $5.31 per jug.
Limited broadband service is available for cottages between 418 and 471 Limerick Lake North Shore. $200 installation and for the rest of 2018 the service is free. Did the first installation this week. Service will be $300+HST for 2019. The speed is around 2Mbps now. I finally received official word on Wednesday that the grant application I had submitted to the federal government 18 months ago to grow the service was denied. So it will continue to be a grass roots effort to improve and expand it.
Very little to talk about on the real estate front. Everything except #310, water access in Greens Bay has sold.