Algonquin Highlands looking to enhance Oxtongue Lake Community Centre
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Algonquin Highlands wants to build a pavilion at the Oxtongue Lake Community Centre.
According to a report in council, the total cost of the project would be $86,030 but the township plans to apply for provincial funding. If successful, Algonquin Highlands would receive $56,230 while the township would cover the remainder. The money would come from the Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant Fund
Mayor Carol Moffatt says it’s a great opportunity to enhance Oxtongue Lake’s community hub.
Councillors say if Algonquin Highlands does not receive the grant money, the township likely won’t go ahead with the project.
Click here to see the report on how the money will be spent.