Cramahe Township has decided to eliminate the ice from the Keeler Centre in Colborne, citing the lack of use amid the provincial keep-at-property order.
On Friday morning, the township declared that council has resolved to eliminate the ice from the multi-reason arena, which generally offers hockey, figure skating and broomball in the course of the winter months. Colborne is somewhere around 25 kilometres east of Cobourg.
Ontario’s stay-at-property get went into impact on Jan. 14.
“Right after weighing expenditures versus attainable reopening dates, it was determined the expenses of trying to keep ice in an arena person groups are not attending is not dependable use of taxpayers’ funds,” said Arryn McNichol, the township CAO and treasurer.
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McNichol says user groups are currently being manufactured knowledgeable of the conclusion and assistance it.
“Team and council will not contemplate putting in the ice previously in the late summer to compensate for the deficiency of availability now,” said township Mayor Mandy Martin.
World-wide Information Peterborough has reached out to McNichol for far more information on the selection.
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