Posted: 9/10/2018 12:28:32 PM
 

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Annual Property Owner Meeting

We will be having our Annual Property Owner Meeting on Saturday, September 1st at 9:00 AM in the Indian Head Room. The purpose is to review the summer and provide updates regarding the property owner's association (BIWA).  We encourage anyone that has items they would like to see specifically addressed or discuss to send them in advance of the meeting to kmcqueen@bigwinislandgc.com  

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Posted: 9/10/2018 12:27:59 PM
 

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Fall Property Jobs

As the summer season begins to wind down, we are now looking into fall and we want to make sure that we can be prepared for any fall jobs that BIWA members are looking to have taken care of by Kevin Schultz and his team. 
Please reach out to Kevin at 705-788-6500 or kschultz@bigwinislandgc.com

Annual Property Owner Meeting

We will be having our Annual Property Owner Meeting on Saturday, September 1st at 9:00 AM in the Indian Head Room. The purpose is to review the summer and provide updates regarding the property owner's association (BIWA).  We encourage anyone that has items they would like to see specifically addressed or discuss to send them in advance of the meeting to kmcqueen@bigwinislandgc.com  

We love getting constructive feedback from our members! Please click the link below to let us hear from you.  

by Keyaira McQueen | 0 comments
Posted: 9/10/2018 12:27:12 PM
 

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Wolf Sighting

We have been recently informed that there is was a wolf sighting on the Island. Wolves are a natural part of our Muskoka wildlife and not a cause for concern. Please take extra caution and be diligent when it comes to keeping garbage bins animal proof. Wolves are typically very wary of humans, and only become potentially dangerous when habitual behaviour is encouraged. So please remember to not entice them to approach or leave any food out. 
Any questions or concerns please contact Keyaira at 705-783-0367

 
 

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Posted: 7/24/2018 9:21:10 AM
 

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Fire Danger Rating

Muskoka is now under a total fire ban. As of today the Fire Danger Rating in the area has been set to “extreme.” That means no fires of any kind are allowed, including for cooking or warmth, until further notice. That includes fireworks. We ask that all residents adhere to the total fire ban, and check in with the Lake of Bays fire rating (Lake of Bays 705-635-2272) regularly for any updates 

 
 
 
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Posted: 7/24/2018 9:20:23 AM
 

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Garbage & Recycling Protocols

Just some reminders on proper garbage protocols for the island. Following these rules helps make the process run smoothly. Please remember to share the garbage protocols with any guests who may be staying at your cottage. 
Any mess created by having an overfilled bin or items left out of a bin will be cleaned up by the staff and charged to the appropriate cottage at the hourly labour rate.

Rules

  • Non-bagged items will not be taken away.
  • Bins should always be closed and bags should never be left outside the bin.
  • Recycling should be kept separate from garbage.
  • Cardboard can be placed in bins without being in a bag, as long as boxes are broken down and bundled

Collection

  • Only garbage inside your green cottage bin will be collected.
  • Please remember to not overfill your cottage bin or abuse the garbage collection program.
  • A cottage owner can bring their own bags to the garbage bins at the Island runway as long as bags are put in the correct bins and closed after use, also note that this area can be dangerous and you are at your own risk.

Dump Items

  • Construction waste, paint cans, appliances, mattresses, furniture, yard waste, large metal items, tires and barbecues warrant a phone call to Keyaira McQueen at
    705-783-0367 so she can arrange to have them be picked up.
  • Dump items will be picked up directly from your cottage, do not put these items at the end of your driveway.
  • These items will warrant a fee based on the special pick-up.
 

Driving on the Ring Road

 

Please remember to drive with extra caution on the Ring Road. This road is often used by people walking, jogging, and riding bikes. It is important to slow down when driving your golf cart and obey all speed limit signs (20 KM/H). Be aware of any blind spots and travel slowly on steep hills. Makes travelling safe for everyone!

 
 

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