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Council Connects

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Rossland Council Connects

Issue #30

Message from Mayor Kathy:

I am happy to announce that Kim Deane has been selected to receive the coveted Senate of Canada 150 Medal. Kim is being honoured for his years of dedication to the development of outdoor recreation. Projects such as his work to establish the Rossland Recreation Area, the Friends of the Rossland Range and the Seven Summits Trail. This award will be presented at an upcoming council meeting on behalf of Senator Nancy Greene. Of course, Kim modestly views this as an award to the whole community.

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Fri, 2017/10/20

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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!

 

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Fri, 2017/08/18

ROSSLAND COUNCIL CONNECTS

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Fri, 2017/05/26

March 2017
Issue #23
Message from Mayor Kathy:

Lots of terrific news this month! It is my great pleasure to announce that Rossland was successful in getting grant support from the Provincial and Federal governments for two large projects: We got $3.6 million dollars towards our Spokane Street project. The total project is anticipated to cost $4.4million. The underground infrastructure on Spokane continues to break; both the water and sewer lines are decrepit and have failed multiple times. Without grant support this project will have to be phased over several years, which is neithercost effective nor efficient. Now we will be able to repair Spokane from 2nd to Columbia, First from Spokane to Washington and LeRoi to Davis St. in 2017.

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Fri, 2017/04/21