Special Service Proposal Village of Clanwilliam

Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah

Public Notice

Regarding Special Service Proposal – Amended
By-Law No. 1/19

For The Collection and Transportation of Garbage/Recycling within the Village of Clanwilliam, Manitoba

The Council of the Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah has scheduled a public hearing in Council Chambers at 49 Main St. S., Minnedosa on the 12th day of September, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. to present the following special service proposal as amended:

The Special Service Proposal is for weekly Garbage/Recycling collection and transportation services, for the Village of Clanwilliam, Manitoba.  Garbage and recycling will be collected weekly from the affected properties in the Village of Clanwilliam.  Collection dates will be determined at a later date.

For the 2020 fiscal year collection and transportation to commence January 1, 2020.

Clanwilliam     Levy                $8,064.00

$8,064.00 / 40 properties = $201.60 per property per annum

The method for calculating the special service levy will be an amount per roll number/parcel of land.

A written objection may be filed with the Chief Administrative Officer, at 49 Main St. S, Minnedosa prior to the commencement of the hearing.  At the hearing, Council will hear any potential taxpayer who wishes to make a presentation, as questions or register an objection to the special service proposal.

All objections, written or verbal, must be filed prior to the adjournment of the hearing and must include the name, address and property description of the person filing the objection and the grounds of their objection.

Copies of the special service proposal are available at the municipal office at 49 Main St. S., Minnedosa, and on the municipal website at DiscoverMinnedosa.com.
Dated at the Town of Minnedosa this 19th day of August, A.D. 2019, and issued pursuant to Section 318 of The Municipal Act.

Aaren Robertson, C.M.M.A.
Chief Administrative Officer, R.M. of Minto-Odanah
PH: 204-867-3282, mintoodanah@wcgwave.ca

Town of Minnedosa Request for Proposal Asset Management Plan

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

The Town of Minnedosa is requesting submission of Proposals from qualified Proponents to develop a Strategic Asset Management Policy and Comprehensive Asset Management Plan for the Town’s major assets that is in accordance with or exceeds the guideline produced by the Association of Manitoba Municipalities, titled “Introduction to Asset Management” and further will provide a working document that the Town can use going forward.

The complete Request for Proposal documents are available at the Town of Minnedosa’s website www.discoverminnedosa.com.  Sealed proposals will be accepted until Friday September 20, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. (Central Time).   Should you have any questions regarding the documents or the process, please contact:

Chris Yuen, ACAO – Town of Minnedosa, Box 426, Minnedosa, MB, R0J 1E0, 204-867-5967. cyuen@minnedosa.com

All interested bidders are requested to complete a “Bidder Registration Form” to be advised of any updates and addenda that may be made.

Click here to view the Information to Bidders

Public Utilities Board Public Hearing ADJOURNED

NOTICE OF ADJOURNMENT PUBLIC HEARING

TOWN OF MINNEDOSA AND HUSKY ENERGY INC. WATER AND WASTEWATER ISSUE

 June 7, 2019

The Public Hearing before the Public Utilities Board of Manitoba (Board) regarding the water and wastewater issue between the Town of Minnedosa (Town) and Husky Energy Inc. (Husky), scheduled for June 11, 12 and 13, 2019, is adjourned.

On June 5, 2019, the parties notified the Board that a settlement has been reached on the issues as listed in the Notice of Public Hearing issued by the Board on May 1, 2019.

The Board will now convene the paper review hearing of the rate application submitted by the Town in October 2017. The Town and its customers will be notified of the Board’s decision in the matter of utility rates in due course.

Rachel McMillin, B.Sc. Assistant Associate Secretary Manitoba Public Utilities Board

Participate in Manitoba’s K-12 Education Review

Your voice matters when it comes to Kindergarten to Grade 12 education in Manitoba! Register now to attend an interactive workshop at www.edu.gov.mb.ca/educationreview/consultation.html and remember, #LocalVoicesLocalChoices still matter to our kids and communities!

The Manitoba government has commenced a review of Manitoba’s education system and you can participate to help influence the future of education in Manitoba!

The purpose of the Manitoba Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education is to “carry out an independent review of the province’s K to 12 education system.  Its goal will be improving outcomes for students, ensuring long-term sustainability and enhancing public confidence in our education system.”

The commission will focus on:

  • A long-term vision – Given how rapidly the world is changing, what should our goals and purpose be for Kindergarten to Grade 12 education?
  • Student learning – How do we help our students achieve excellence?
  • Teaching – How can we help teachers and school leaders to achieve better outcomes?
  • Accountability for student learning – How do we develop a stronger sense of shared accountability for student learning and an understanding that every member of the education team (e.g., principals, teachers, support staff, maintenance staff, bus drivers, administration staff) has an important role to play?
  • Governance – What governance structures do we need to put in place to make our education system more relevant and better coordinated?
  • Funding – How do we ensure that our education system is sustainable, and that it provides equitable learning opportunities for students of all ages?

Two matters which may be under consideration in this review are:

  1. The large-scale amalgamation of the current 37 elected school boards in our province.
  2. The possible move to appointed, rather than elected school boards.

School boards are our grassroots and they have the pulse of the community.  Either of these changes would severely undermine the ability of the communities to shape their local schools.  Together both of these matters could silence the community’s voice in education completely.

You are encouraged to participate in the review in whatever way you can.  As a citizen of Manitoba, a key stakeholder in education, your voice in the review is important.

There are several ways you can participate in the discussion / consultation:

There will be an Interactive Public Workshop in Brandon on May 9, 2019 at the Clarion Hotel & Suites.  You will need to register to attend this workshop.

Thank you for your attention and anticipated participation in the K-12 Education Review!