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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2014 PAGE 5


First reading to update CAO bylaw passed




by Adrienne Tait held for Bylaw 2149 currently sitting as services contract was for sand, gravel, pitrun, was awarded to Clear
regarding the closure of chairperson of the board once again extended to and winter gravel with Tech Industries.
The first reading to a portion of roadway has done “an excellent Kerriann Desautels who all tenders increasing in The next regular
update the current CAO within the Park “A” job.” bid this year was slightly price by an average of council meeting is
bylaw was passed at the Motel lot. There were no Municipal seminar lower in price. $3/yd. scheduled for December
December 2 town written or oral objections Council authorized all McPhee Construction The water treatment 9 at 1:30pm in council
council meeting. The to the closure. councillors who are able was awarded the SOAs plant chemicals SAO chambers.
update covers less of the The application to to attend the “Emerging
CAO duties as they are close the roadway and Trends in Municipal
clearly outlined in the purchase the land was L a w ” s e m i n a r o n
Municipal Government made at the request of the February 12, 2015 in
Act, and rather focuses adjacent land owner. Edmonton.
on the powers and Town council directed Contracts/Tenders “Our Children’s Potential in is Our Hands”
discretion accorded to administration to send awarded
the CAO by town the bylaw to the Minister The 2014 Hauling of Practice Writing
council. o f Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n Waste Compaction Writing is a skill they use
Councillor Brian Province for approval. Trailer contract was throughout life. Teach them to
Boyce said he believed Library Board awarded to Dave Kehler write with methods that go
the previous bylaw to be Council approved Trucking Ltd. for one beyond pencil to paper. Trace,
more concise. As a r e n e w i n g D e b r a year ending December connect the dots, not only
w h o l e c o u n c i l H a l t e r m a n ' s 31, 2015. There were no entertaining, they will be better
determined the previous appointment to the changes to service or prepared for school.
bylaw, which was Edson and District rates.
originally passed 25 Public Library Board for Council approved a For preschoolers, help them learn
years ago, was out of another three years. number of Standing the alphabet and the motions of
date. Councillor Chouinard Offer Agreements that each letter. For school-age
Public Hearing spoke in favor of the received only one tender children, encourage them to improve penmanship by helping you in your
A Public Hearing was appointment and said at the December 2 everyday writing tasks.
Halterman who is meeting. The janitorial
Early Childhood Matters Community Coalition, visit our Facebook page
“Early Childhood Matters”.
Carrot Creek 4-H Club update
submitted

In October we had our second 4-H meeting. We also had the 4-H district
meeting on October 20.
The Carrot Creek 4-H Club had their club awards on October 23. Everyone had
a good time and the food was fabulous. Thank you to all the parents who brought
the wonderful food and a big thank you to all our sponsors.
Our third meeting was held on November 4. We had weigh in day on November
1 at AJL Farms. Later that evening some of our members volunteered to wash
dishes at the Rancher's Saloon and Casino. They both went pretty good.
All 4-H members had to wear their 4-H color on November 5.
The next 4-H meeting was held December 2.








































Donna Obrien, coordinator at the Edson and District Boys and Girls Club
accepts a cheque in the amount of $1,000 from Janna Biggar (administrative
assistant) on behave of Bonavista. The money will go towards programs
and activities for the club. Photo: Deanna Mitchener

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