It’s that time of year again when an angler’s thoughts turn to removing their ice huts from the lakeThe Middle East or Africa., and in Callander, the date to accomplish that is March 31.
The municipality also reminds ice hut owners that all huts must be removed from municipal land by April 7The provision of more doses o. For those left behind after this deadline, the town will remove the hut and store it, and the owner will be responsible for paying for bothThe country. Throug.
It’s all included in their municipal by-law, which governs the rules surrounding ice hutsThe tightest public health measures i. Callander’s Mayor Robb Noon explained that some people were “stretching out” the length of time they had to park their huts on municipal land, and adopting the by-law provides “a little more structure.”
“We just want a clear time frame for when they can come and when they can leave,” he said. The municipality has had to move some huts over the years into storage, and in the worst-case scenario huts can be sold to recuperate any unpaid costs. “But I don’t think we’ve ever gone that far,” Mayor Noon said, “someone always comes for them.”