Little Lake Joseph Association- Vision/Mission:

The Little Lake Joseph Association is a volunteer run organization of property owners on the shores of Little Lake Joseph in Seguin Township, Ontario. It is dedicated to ensuring that Little Lake Joseph remains clean, safe, and enjoyable for its residents and visitors. The Little Lake Joseph Association is member driven, managed by an annually elected Board of Directors which oversees activities such as water quality testing, annual newsletters, directories, communication vehicles, social events, and political advocacy.

The Little Lake Joseph Association is committed to ensuring that the natural beauty and cleanliness of Little Lake Joseph is preserved for generations to come while helping to ensure that its residents and visitors can enjoy their favourite activities in a respectful and cooperative manner.


Cottage Association Communications Toolkit June 2016


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A New Property Assessment Notice – Residential Notices will be mailed on July 11th for Parry Sound/Muskoka District(s) with Business Notices mailed in October.

MPAC is delivering Residential Property Assessment Notices up to five months earlier than previous updates. We incorporated feedback from property taxpayers and redesigned the Property Assessment Notice. It’s easier to read and includes a clear explanation of phase-in, the valuation process, and the Ontario property assessment system.

Rolling 120-Day Request for Reconsideration Deadline – Residential Deadline is November 8, 2016 in Parry Sound/Muskoka District(s).

Changes under Bill 144 means property owners have 120 days from the issue date of their Property Assessment Notice to file a Request for Reconsideration with MPAC. This will allow us to process a number of Request for Reconsiderations before the Assessment Rolls are returned to municipalities in 2016, bringing greater stability and predictability to the property assessment and taxation system.

Advance Disclosure & Pre-Roll Consultations

Disclosure is about transparency and shared understanding. It’s our commitment to share information with property owners and stakeholders and provide fair, consistent, and accurate property valuations through a no-surprise approach. MPAC has been holding consultation sessions with municipalities, property owners, and representatives to discuss how assessment methodology is being applied to large and special purpose business properties for the 2016 Update and we have developed a three-level disclosure protocol.