Deputy Mayor's Round Table Discussions on Roads in Kawartha Lakes

Roads

Deputy Mayor Doug Elmslie hosted seven Round Table Discussions about roads in Kawartha Lakes.

The round tables brought together community representatives in each ward to discuss the state of the 5,400 lane kilometers of roads in Kawartha Lakes and the fiscal and operational challenges of maintaining them.

At each meeting the group generated prospective solutions for these challenges. Contributing residents identified priorities, established realistic standards and evaluated the implications of each recommendation brought forward in the discussion. The top three recommendations from each round table will be compiled in a report which will be presented to Council.

Deputy Mayor Doug Elmslie hosted seven Round Table Discussions about roads in Kawartha Lakes.

The round tables brought together community representatives in each ward to discuss the state of the 5,400 lane kilometers of roads in Kawartha Lakes and the fiscal and operational challenges of maintaining them.

At each meeting the group generated prospective solutions for these challenges. Contributing residents identified priorities, established realistic standards and evaluated the implications of each recommendation brought forward in the discussion. The top three recommendations from each round table will be compiled in a report which will be presented to Council.

CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

The municipality spent ~$52 million on roads this year which is ~35% of taxes. Should the municipality spend more on roads, understanding that this would mean an increase to taxes or a decrease to other services?

Yes
62%
No
27%
I don't know
12%
Total Votes : 139