Town council to apply for funding for solar panels at water treatment plant

Application for funding for solar panels at the water treatment plant and a public review of a zoning exemption on Wall Avenue were among the items of concern to town council at its regular meeting on March 25.

Council acknowledged receiving the information from Chris Bear Electrical on the installation of solar panels for the water treatment plant.

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Council agreed to submit an application for funding for the solar project and look for additional opportunities that may qualify under the funding parameters.

Council agreed to proceed with the public review process for the zoning exemption for 127 Wall Avenue.                                    

Council acknowledged receipt of the 2019 education property tax rates.                 

Council members agreed to submit their comments to the Administrator with their thoughts on issues to bring to the attention of the Environment and Ag Critic by March 30.

Council acknowledged receipt of the information from the RM of Cote on the upcoming ILO (Intensive Livestock Operation) meeting to be held on April 30.          

Council agreed to proceed with the public review process for the discretionary use application for 530 Park Street West.      

Upon the recommendation of the Fire Chief, Council approved the application from Pam Rose to join the Kamsack Volunteer Fire Department (KVFD.)                                

Council agreed that department heads and members of the KVFD be encouraged to attend the Safe Talk workshop being hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion.                               

A round table discussion was held for information sharing purposes.