Tag Archives: Water

KCCA warns warmer weather means thinner ice and faster flowing water

Kettle Creek Conservation Authority is issuing a watershed conditions statement—flood outlook for residents of the Kettle Creek Watershed, with specific concerns for the Port Stanley area. Warmer temperatures this week and forecasted rain this weekend may cause minor flooding in low lying areas and possible ice jams. Ice jams may …

Read More »

Waiting for the Hurricane

With all this talk about Hurricane Sandy, the FRANKENSTORM, and all the possible outcomes I thought it was important to collect a few tips to share with you. Please feel free to add your tips in the comments section. Locally the concern is focused on power outages that may come …

Read More »

Boil water advisory Oct 27 2010

BOIL WATER ADVISORY To Consumers of the Central Elgin Lynhurst Village Subdivision Secondary Water Line The boundaries of this area include McBain Line east of Wellington Rd, Edgewell Crescent, James Turvey Place, Shaw Blvd., Watson Crescent, and Owen Court Lynhurst Village Subdivision East of Wellington Road and South of Talbot …

Read More »

Book Review – Night Over Water – Ken Follett

Set at the start of world war 2, a sea plane is flying from England to America. On board the passengers include a gangster, a thief, a scientist, a facist. Ken Follett takes over 100 pages to devlope the characters before getting into the action of this 500 page thriller. …

Read More »