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

Council Connects Newsletter April 2017 Newsletter 1-5-2017 download

Council Connects Newsletter - March 2017 Newsletter 30-3-2017 download

 

May 23, 2017 Regular Council Meeting

AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBER
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 2017
6:00 P.M.

 

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CALL TO ORDER

 

PUBLIC INPUT PERIOD

 

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

 

Grizzly Bear Sighting in Lower Rossland

Dear City of Rossland Residents:

 

Rossland Council Connects Newsletter - May 2017 (Issue #25)

Message from Mayor Kathy

It is great to see what wonderful stewards of the Jubilee Park Wetlands students at all of our local schools have become. A number of the classes have used the area to further their understanding of wildlife and nature. Unfortunately there have been some problems with the area that need to be mentioned. The wetland is a wildlife viewing area. It is not a place for dogs to run or people to wade or play. Please respect the “No Dogs” signs in Jubilee Park and in the wetland area. The space needs to be left undisturbed for wildlife to flourish. A pair of mallards had been seen there but they are unlikely to return if dogs and people are causing a ruckus. Please respect the wetlands so all native species can thrive.

 

Invitation to Tender - 2017 Tandem Dump Truck

 

Notice of Project - Comprehensive Inflow & Infiltration Strategy

To: All Affected Residents

Thanks to a successful Clean Water and Wastewater Fund grant application, the City of Rossland will be completing a comprehensive sanitary sewer Inflow and infiltration strategy in 2017.  As such, this notice is being provided to inform all residents of the City of Rossland as to the commencement of the Inflow and Infiltration Program on Monday, May 15 with an anticipated completion date sometime in late fall 2017.

 

The term Inflow and Infiltration refers to the incidence of rainwater and groundwater entering into the City’s sanitary sewer network.  The objectives of the 2017 Inflow and Infiltration Program are to reduce the amount of rainwater and groundwater entering the sanitary sewer network, thereby reducing the City of Rossland’s proportionate costs of treating the sanitary sewer flows at the Columbia Pollution Control Centre in Trail by completing the following activities:

 

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