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As of July 27, 2018, nomination documents have been available at City Hall, and may be picked up during regular business hours.

Nominations for the Office of Mayor or the Office of Councillor will be received by the Chief Election Officer at Rossland City Hall, 2196 LeRoi Avenue, Rossland, B.C. between 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 4, 2018 and 4:00 p.m. Friday, September 14, 2018.

If you are interested in submitting a nomination package, it is suggested that you arrange for an appointment to do so with the Chief Elections Officer at executiveassistant@rossland.ca.

NOMINATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER 4:00 P.M. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2018.

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Mon, 2018/09/17

HERITAGE MANAGEMENT PLAN

The City of Rossland is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or firms to produce a Heritage Management Plan, for the City of Rossland. The purpose of this Heritage Management Plan is to provide the City with a realistic and proactive policy framework for enhanced heritage conservation initiatives that will involve and engage the broader community, including private property owners. This will lead to a better understanding and long-term conservation of the City’s significant heritage resources, and the development of an effective municipal heritage management program. 

 All proposals are to be submitted and clearly marked “Request for Proposals - City of Rossland Heritage Management Plan” by Friday September 14, 2018 4:00 pm (PST) to:

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Fri, 2018/09/14
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Tue, 2018/09/04
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Fri, 2018/08/24
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Government! Government! Government!
 
Despite your initial reaction, government is not a four letter word. Too often, we criticize it and complain about it as if it were the enemy. Federal and provincial partisan governments get lumped in with local government often leaving a sour taste in people’s mouth.


But your local government is different. It is designed to be representative of your greater community. It can and does respond to local needs. It is you. Your Mayor and Council is made up of your neighbors, your friends, your fellow citizens. They are not professional politicians. There are no party lines to follow.  Despite the inherent criticism, they all run for office to make your community a better place. Ideas differ. Priorities are not always shared. This is a good thing. It means our communities get robust representation. We want to elect people who care.

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Mon, 2018/08/27
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