The History of 165 Kent Street West

1977, newly constructed 165 Kent St W building (Kawartha Lakes Public Library) Memorial Stone located on the north side of 165 Kent Street West (Linborough Property Corp.) 1977: S.A. Flavelle laying the memorial stone (Kawartha Lakes Museum & Archives) 

Business owner aims to purchase laneway from Kawartha Lakes

By Catherine Whitnall, Reporter – The Peterborough Examiner, Thursday, June 6, 2024 Wesley Found plans to create more parking, and increased safety, by closing the roadway behind Kent Place Business and Professional Centre. A downtown Lindsay business owner is looking to purchase a laneway to ensure parking, and improve safety, for customers and tenants. During… Continue reading Business owner aims to purchase laneway from Kawartha Lakes

Compounding: The Eighth Wonder of the World

By Wesley Found – President, Linborough Property Corp. Business Advocate, page 11 – June 2024 Edition Anything worthy of attention follows a compounding pattern. They are present in nature, art and indeed business. Compounding provides the beauty in our world and the living standard we all enjoy today. The way a business becomes successful is… Continue reading Compounding: The Eighth Wonder of the World

Health care, education, and downtown businesses

By Kirk Winter – The Lindsay Advocate, pages 32-34, December 2023 Edition Wesley Found is president of the Lindsay Downtown Business Improvement Association (LDBIA), which represents more than 160 businesses in Lindsay’s downtown core. Found believes the mandate of the LDBIA “is to foster a vibrant, vital and resilient downtown.” “The LDBIA has a vision… Continue reading Health care, education, and downtown businesses

How Your Customers Make Choices: A simple method of improving your offering – and your bottom line

By Wesley Found – President, Linborough Property Corp. The Business Advocate, page 11 – Fall/Winter 2023 Edition In another life of mine, I stumbled on an experiment about jams in a grocery store that stuck with me. One day, at an upscale grocery store, customers would be greeted with a shelf of 24 different kinds… Continue reading How Your Customers Make Choices: A simple method of improving your offering – and your bottom line