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Issue 07 – Fall 1995Authors and associations are indicated.
|150 ACRE PURCHASE PLANNED FOR INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL USE||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|Blair Hampton Estates - a lengthy OMB appeal expected||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|Council in Action||Various Federation Members|
|Disgusting Behavior by TRWT Wins No Friends|
|Impact Study hits Tiny Residents hard!||John Grant||Addison Beach|
|Nature in Tiny Technicolour!||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Simcoe home owners socked with $33 Million tax grab||Al Taylor||Kingswood Acres|
|SCRAM REPORTS ... the battle continues||David Blair||Woodland Beach|
|Sludge "comment" misleads|
|Swimmer's Itch||Ron Stockburn||14th Concession|
|TEAC Report||Jack Ellis||Rowntree Beach|
|Tiny Gets Not So Tiny Shaft!|
|You Can't Please Everyone But we're sure going to try!||Renate Lavis||Ossasane Beach|
Issue 06 – Spring 1995Authors and associations are indicated.
|A Forest Perspective||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Federation's Annual Meeting Cites Successful Year|
|Is This Fair? $7,600 to educate one student in Tiny!||Al Taylor||Kingswood Acres|
|"Market Value Reassessment triggers 82,000 tax appeals"||Al Taylor||Kingswood Acres|
|M.V. Reassessment Bad News - Meeting Told!||David Blair||Woodland Beach|
|New Year's Gathering||Doreen Cheeseman||north of Kingswood Acres|
|Report--Tiny Township 1994 Election||David Blair||Woodland Beach|
|Sewage, Septage and Sludge...Tiny's Future||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|Simcoe Taxpayers Gear to Fight Market Value Reassessment|
|The Half-Mile Club||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|Tiny "Dumped On" By Simcoe County|
|Tiny Gets a Little Singed||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Tiny Water Systems Meet Provincial Guidelines||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|Trickle Down . . . . . or Down Loading?||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Your Council At Work||Frank Hughes & Patricia O'Driscoll|
Issue 05 – Fall 1994Authors and associations are indicated.
|A Tiny change can make a big difference||Al Taylor||Kingswood Acres|
|Fair Tax Commission||reprinted from MLA newsletter Winter 1994||Muskoka Lakes Association|
|Market Value Assessment under attack in Tiny||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Municipal Elections - Tiny Township - Mark Your Calendar|
|Remember Restructuring - Tiny votors said NO - Council said YES||Frank Hughes||Wymbolwood Beach|
|Rumours and elections go hand in hand||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|Tax Changes that May Affect You||KPMG Peat Marwick Thorne|
|The Federation is impressed...||reprinted with permission||Cawaja Propertyowners Association|
|Time to make your mark is coming!||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Tiny Council's 3-Year performance report||Frank Hughes & Patricia O'Driscoll||Wymbolwood Beach & Rowntree Beach|
|UNITED WE MUST STAND...||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Voting by Proxy - it's easier than you think|
|Who pays the freight?|
|You Had To Be There||Doreen Cheeseman||Kingswood Acres|
Issue 04 – Spring 1994Authors and associations are indicated.
|IT'S OVER! Attorney General's lawsuit against Rowntree||Patrica O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|MAJOR TAX INCREASE DESPITE FoTTSA PROTEST||FoTTSA Directors|
|Market Value Assessment - the next nail in our coffin?||Jack Ellis||Rowntree Beach|
|Restructuring||Frank Hughes||Wymbolwood Beach|
|THE LAWSUIT IS OVER BUT OFF-KEY MELODIES LINGER ON! EN GARDE!||Patricia O'Driscoll||Rowntree Beach|
|THIS IS AN ELECTION YEAR ... Who Will Speak For You?||Paul Masterson||Thunder Beach|
|Tiny Township Council Update|
|TRUE or NOT TRUE|
|What's in store this summer?||Al Taylor||Kingswood Acres|
Issue 03 – Fall 1993Listing of authors and associations with articles was not yet a regular practice in this third issue of the Federation's newsletter.
Issue 02 – Spring 1993Listing of authors and associations with articles was not yet a regular practice in this second issue of the Federation's newsletter.
Issue 01 – Fall 1992There were no authors or associations listed with the articles in this first issue of the new Federation's newsletter.