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Newsletter 20-7-2017 download

Council Connects - June 2017 Newsletter 14-6-2017 download

Council Connects Newsletter - May 2017 Newsletter 17-5-2017 download

 

Council Connects July 2017 Newsletter

ROSSLAND COUNCIL CONNECTS

July 2017 Issue #27

Message from Mayor Kathy:

The Canada Day celebrations were a huge success. Credit goes to the hard working staff and many volunteers at the museum for creating such a lively celebration. I just recently learned that a group of Teck employees visiting from outside the local Trail operations site generously volunteered their time to do some heavy work at the museum to help get it ready for the big opening day celebrations.What a wonderful contribution!

 

.... for the full newsletter, click here.

 

Water Use Restriction Information

WATER USE RESTRICTIONS

Stage I - Conservation Advisory<

 

Inflow and Infiltration Investigation program

Earlier this year the City of Rossland received grant funding from the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. A portion of this funding was allocated into a City wide Inflow and Infiltration investigation program, which began a few months ago. As part of this program, ISL Engineering has been tasked to visit all of the homes in Rossland and perform a short inspection / drainage questionnaire to determine which homes are affected by surface water, ground water, flooding or ponding. If you have received a notice on your door regarding such a visit from ISL, and have not phoned the number on the notice to re-schedule a visit from the inspector, please do so.  The inspector’s contact information is listed below:

 

Charity Biermann  |  Civil Engineering Technology Student
ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd.
C: 250.921.4624

 

July 17, 2017 Regular Council Meeting and Public Hearing

AGENDA

ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 2632, 2017(1)

COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL

MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017

6:00 P.M.

 

(1)          CALL TO ORDER

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2632, 2017(1).

 

The Corporate Officer provides information as to how the meeting was publicized and if any correspondence or petitions have been received for the record.

 

(2)               BYLAW CONSIDERATION

 

BC Wildfire Service Information Bulletin - July 11, 2017

BC Wildfire Service Information Bulletin - Lightning sparks numerous wildfires in Southeast BC.  Click here to view the Information Bulletin.

 

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