Kawartha Lakes Council Community Covid 19 Recovery Task Force
Ross Memorial Hospital Board of Governors
Waste Management Committee
Municipal Drainage Board
Growth Management Task Force
Council Experience: 2018-2022
I want to represent you again asWard 6 Councillor.
During the last four years you gave me the opportunity to go to work on improving Ward 6 in all areas.The following is a list of the work I achieved on your behalf:
Over $10M in infrastructure improvements and projects for Ward 6
Brought numerous memos to Council directing staff to include many communities and roads within the 5-year roads plan
Made communities safer by installing a 4 Way Stop between Omemee and Downeyville and reducing speed zones in various built up areas throughout Ward 6
Improved customer service to residents by logging over 300 case files for many issues. All have been resolved or are in progress
Kept my promise of securing over 1000 jobs that came to our municipality in the past four years
During the early part of the pandemic I, along with help from individuals and businesses, coordinated donations of PPE to Pinecrest nursing home and our EMS
Advocated at Council for responsible spending and debt control
Worked with Trent Severn Waterway and First Nations on an agreement concerning Wild Rice planting and harvesting in Pigeon Lake
Supported the Council resolution to drop commercial development charges for up to 2500 sq. m. to encourage economic development
Worked to freeze the mpac assessment for farms and residential properties
Worked to have the International Plowing Match & Rural Expo come to Kawartha Lakes in 2024
Attended 100% of Council meetings during my term to ensure maximum representation for Ward 6 Constituents
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Ron has worked tirelessly to make sure roads in Ward 6 have been re done where and when needed.
He has also made sure a badly needed 4 Way Stop was put in place at Sturgeon and Peace Road which has seen many unnecessary accidents over the years. On October 14- 24th vote for Ron and he will get the job done.
Thanks Ron, for taking care of Ward 6 so well for the last four years. We need more of the same.
Vote for Ron Ashmore from the 14th to the 24th October
Since the day we moved here, we couldn’t have been welcomed better to the community by Ron Ashmore. He is dedicated, hard working and genuine. Wanting nothing but the best for his community, his leadership and initiative has made our community an amazing place to be.
Thank you for all your help and everything you’ve done for us. Cheers to that and more service to come!
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT ME
Married to Catherine for 31 years - we have four sons; Charles 29, Michael 27, Nicholas 23 and Jonathan 21.
2018 - Present
Councillor Ward 6, City of Kawartha Lakes
2013 - Present
Licensed Mortgage Agent, self employed contractor specializing in financing for farmers, commercial and residential clients
2006 - 2014
Municipal Councillor City of Kawartha Lakes: Ward 14
1994 - 2010
Salem Emily Cemetery Corporation. Employee, General Manager
1989 - Present
Ashmore Farms Ltd. Small farm corporation west of Dunsford, ON
1987 - 1988
Irvine Farms, Springston, New Zealand
1982 - 1984
Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph, Associate Diploma in Agriculture, Agribusiness major
1977 - 1982
I.E. Weldon Secondary School, Lindsay, ON
1969 - 1977
Lady Eaton Elementary School, Omemee, ON
Salem Emily Cemetery
General Manager, secretary treasurer, property management, annual reports, contracts, by laws.
City of Kawartha Lakes Dairy Producer Committee
Organized events, promoted dairy products at fairs and sporting events. Lobbied trade representatives in preparation for World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations. Conducted meetings on local, provincial, national and international dairy issues.
Victoria County Agricultural Training Committee
Worked with provincial and federal governments to develop training courses for the rural community
Ontario Federation of Agriculture
Agicorp Farm Business Registered
University of Guelph OAC 84A Alumni
Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario