Stop the Town of Oakville from deliberately making the waterfront unswimable!

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Amanda Dam
2 years ago
I love waliking down to Tannery park with my family and watching my kids splash in the water. Our dog also likes to get his feet wet in the lake. We also put our paddle boards in the lake at the bottom of Kerr Street. I am concerned that we will nolonger be able safely access the water as the rocks that have been added to the shoreline are difficult to walk on especially for little feet. Please allow for easy access for people to access the lake at Tannery park.

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Diana Anaszkiewicz
2 years ago
I do feel that the efforts and hard work that Rob Kent has put into making LOST happen from the amateur swimmer to the advanced swimmer. I don’t feel that it is right to just say goodbye to a Lake that Rob and others have practiced and socialized after for a coffee to just throw this out the window. This is Rob’s passion and the love he has for not only the sport of swimming but also the love of our lakes in ONTARIO. I truly support Rob in everything he has done and I will back him up as well.

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anthony gunn
2 years ago
i love the sea

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Jodie Becker
2 years ago
I want to support LOST!

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Genevieve Vessio
2 years ago
I want to keep swimming in Oakville!!!

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Laura Doherty
2 years ago
Living in Wanaka, NZ, an Oakville native, and life long swimmer. I'm sadden by the news that the Town of Oakville is preventing people from using our lake. Everywhere I've lived the lakes have been embraced by the community, to be used by all.

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Bob Bonham
2 years ago
LOUT is a great organization which the town should be proud of and more than just support, the town should promote them. How many other towns on the Great Lakes can boast of an open water swim club. Support LOST! Don't fight them.

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Beth Chapin
2 years ago
This is ridiculous! We need to have access to our Lake by all people !!

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Bruce Richardson
2 years ago
Water sports are an important part of our recreation and culture. Please rework this plan to be more inclusive of everyone in the community.

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Schuster Gindin
2 years ago
Everyone should know that Lake Ontario is a great swimming environment, and protect it. We are Lake Ontario.