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OPEN HOUSE – FOREST OPERATING PLAN – ML PROVINCIAL PARK

Tolko Industries and Carrier Forest Products have been awarded a contract for the development and implementation of a forest operating plan for the Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Tolko and Carrier have been contacting individuals, businesses, groups, communities and first nations that they feel may be interested in the operations outlined in their plan. Open houses will be held in the communities of Greig Lake and Meadow Lake (details below). There will be a short presentation that will provide an overview of currently drafted plans. Representatives from Tolko, Carrier and the Ministry of Park, Culture and Sport will be in attendance.

*Greig Lake – Greig Lake Interpretive Center – November 13th at 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
*Meadow Lake – Meadow Lake Catholic Church Hall – November 13th at 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

If you are unable to attend and require further information, please contact directly:

Rod Pshebnicki – (306) 922-0319 OR
Chad Wilkinson – (306) 922-0013

MAIL-IN BALLOT

If you anticipate not being able to vote at the Regular Poll for the Rural Municipality of Beaver River #622 Municipal Election to be held on November 20, 2019, you may make application to vote by mail-in ballot on or before November 8, 2019 at 4 pm.

You may cast your ballot at this time as well rather than mail the ballot back in to the office.

Application must be made in person at the RM office during regular business hours. Regular RM Office Hours are Monday to Friday 8 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4 pm

(Photo identification will be required)

SHELTERBELT TREES

HELP International is now taking orders for Spring 2020 delivery of Shelterbelt trees. For more information, to order trees, find an order form or tree prices please go to: www.help-shelterbelts.com
Order forms can also be picked up at the RM office.

PROVINCIAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (PDAP) INFO

ATTENTION Lauman’s Landing and area residents: The RM would like to inform you that your area has been successfully designated for Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) funding.
What does this mean? PDAP provides funding for any clean up expenses incurred on personal property as a result of the June 29th tornado that your personal property insurance provider would/will not cover.  Applications will be accepted until December 29, 2019 (6 months).
Please find below application instructions and application form. These documents are also available for pickup at the RM office. If you have any questions or concerns please call the RM office for assistance.
Thank-you.

PDAP Application Instructions

PDAP Application Form