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Administrative Update

Regional government review: pre-registration for meeting

There will be a consultation meeting  about the Province’s Regional Government Review on May 13th from 9 am to 4 pm at the Simcoe County Council Chamber in Midhurst. Any individuals or organizations who wish to give a public deputation to the special advisors in person must submit a request between [more]

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Government

Protect our Water: #StopSite42

Join all those who want to protect our water every Friday from 10 am to 2:30 in a peaceful gathering at the gates of the Teedon  Pit Quarry at 40 Darby Road. Say NO to the proposed quarry expansion which is putting the world’s purest water at risk. This weekly [more]

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Administrative Update

Tiny Township Approves 2019 Budget

In 2019, Tiny Township residents can expect to see their property taxes increase  between 1.0% to 2.0%, or $5 to $15 per $100,000 of residential assessed value. This will include a 6.0% increase in the Municipal portion of their tax rates for 2019. The 6.0% increase will be comprised of improvements to programs [more]

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Health Concerns

FoTTSA Boating and Swimming Safety Survey: Results

In 2001, Tiny’s Council created a Small Watercraft Committee. During the consultation period, the need for speed restrictions received significant support. At that time the limit for power driven vessels operating within 30 metres of the shoreline was 10 km/h in all of Ontario. Tiny Township applied for and received [more]

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The Environment

OPP and MNRF Remind Residents of Tiny about Coyotes

Members of the Southern Georgian Bay Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) would like to make cottagers, hikers, cross country skiers and rural pedestrians aware that we do share our open spaces and bush areas with numerous members of the [more]

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Administrative Update

Welcome to FoTTSA and The Tiny Cottager Online

The Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations (FoTTSA) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization which promotes thriving and sustainable shoreline communities in Tiny Township by bringing together and representing almost all of the associations of shoreline residents. FoTTSA uses effective communication, education and advocacy to promote positive environmental stewardship and to [more]