Gravenhurst sending a message to Ontario Premier about poor winter highway maintenance
The town of Gravenhurst is sending a strong message to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne about poor winter maintenance on Muskoka’s highways. In a town meeting Tuesday, Deputy Mayor Jeff Watson says for those travelling up and down the highways, it’s been a detriment. Watson says he hopes to send a message loud and clear that these problems were not here two years ago when the contracts were changed. District Councillor Bob Colhoun says part of the problem he thinks, is the lack of equipment. Gravenhurst is following in the footsteps of Huntsville after council there communicated they’re equally as frustrated.