Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday, May 27, 2019. The following resolutions were made regarding the abatement of taxes, a successful bidder for the East Servicing Expansion project, and Recreation and Parks Month.
Council resolved to authorize the abatement of taxes in the amount of $695.82.
Home-based application (HB#19-03) was approved for a Discretionary Use at the residence of 218-4th Avenue East on the condition that all regulations of a home-based business in Kindersley are followed.
DC Trenching Ltd. was rewarded as the successful bidder for the East Crossing Servicing Expanion project.
Documents related to the Motherwell – Slowpitch Irrigation Project were reviewed by Council. Documents will be available on kindersley.ca. A printed copy can be obtained at the Administration Office.
Council reviewed the Highway 7 Kindersley Corridor Study Final Report. The report will be available on kindersley.ca. A printed copy can be obtained at the Administration office.
Council accepted as presented the "Town of Kindersley Drinking Water Quality and Compliance 2018 Notification to Consumers". The document is available on kindersley.ca under our services, water and sewer. A printed copy can be obtained at the Administration Office.
The Construction Final report from the Western Regional Landfill Inc. project was reviewed by Council. The report will be available on kindersley.ca. A printed copy can be obtained at the Administration Office.
The list of accounts as paid by the Town of Kindersley were accepted in the amount of $236,812.88.
Mayor Rod Perkins proclaimed the month of June 2019 to be Recreation and Parks Month in the Town of Kindersley. Council encourages all residents to participate in recognizing the benefits of green spaces within our communities and the benefits that recreation, parks, and leisure services provide.
The Consent Agenda was approved including the following items: Correspondence for Acceptance and Filing (EK Pumping Report April 2019, Stantec Consulting Ltd. – Fire Hall Progress Report, Saskatchewan Library Trustees' Association – Newsletter, SaskWater – Monthly Report, April 2019).
The Town of Kindersley would also like to remind residents that there is a fire ban on until further notice. Please see kindersley.ca or visit the Administration Office for more details.