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Council Agenda for Jan. 28 January 28, 2019

Here is the agenda for tonight's Council meeting.
https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/Agendas_and_Agenda_Sheets/C48_2019_Full_Agenda.pdf

Council meetings are open to the public. The meeting starts at 6:15 pm, at Council Chambers in City Hall.

RM of North Battleford No. 437/City of North Battleford Fire Services Agreement Impasse January 15, 2019

The City of North Battleford was unable to negotiate an agreement with the RM of North Battleford No. 437, for the provision of full-service fire and rescue services within the RM. Although an agreement for fire services was not reached during recent discussions, hopefully, one can be reached by the end of February. The City of North Battleford has offered to provide service to the RM until the end of February on an on-call basis, to allow the RM to provide additional time for discussions, or to provide alternative firefighting arrangements for RM of North Battleford residents and commercial properties should an agreement not be ratified.

The City of North Battleford respects the decision of the RM to choose alternative firefighting options, but as the current provider of service in the municipality, the City wants to ensure that all RM residents and commercial property owners are aware of the potential disruption in service by the end of February and the implications to their property insurance.

Background

The City and the RM of North Battleford have been in a five-year agreement that provided for fire and rescue services in the RM by the City of North Battleford Full-time Fire Department. The City’s full-time Fire Department has provided both fire and rescue services in the RM for traffic accidents, rescue and fire services for both residential and commercial properties. That agreement ended December 31, 2018, and no additional arrangements have been made with the City of North Battleford for services in 2019.

For more information:

Mayor Ryan Bater
306-445-1725 | rbater@cityofnb.ca



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Council Agenda for Jan. 14 January 14, 2019

Here is the agenda for tonight's Council meeting.
https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/Agendas_and_Agenda_Sheets/C46-2018_Full_Agenda.pdf

Council meetings are open to the public. The meeting starts at 6:15 pm, at Council Chambers in City Hall.

Recycle Your Christmas Tree January 2, 2019

Once again, the City of North Battleford will be recycling Christmas trees into chips for mulch. The mulch is used in tree and shrub beds, improving growth by retaining moisture and suppressing weed growth.

There is one FREE drop off location available.

  • City of North Battleford Parks Shop at 11202 – 8th Avenue
    (during regular business hours 8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

This service will run until January 31st, 2019. It is extremely important for all lights, string, wire, ornaments, tinsel, fake snow and bags to be removed before recycling your tree. Materials left on trees can damage City equipment and become mixed in the mulch, which degrades its usefulness.

For more information:

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Records Manager/Communications Administration
306-445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca

Property Tax Deadline December 21, 2018

The City would like to remind all property owners that haven’t paid their 2018 property taxes to do so by December 31, 2018. If the property taxes are not paid by December 31, a 10% penalty is added to the amounts outstanding.

Property owners subscribed to T.I.P.P.S. (Tax Installment Payment Plan Service) are not affected by the penalty.

For more information on amounts outstanding, please contact the Tax Clerk at 306-445-1706.

For more information:

Darlene Moline, Tax Clerk
306-445-1706 | dmoline@cityofnb.ca

Steve Brown, Finance Director
306-445-1794 | sbrown@cityofnb.ca

2018 Twinkle Tour a Shining Success December 19, 2018

The first ever City of North Battleford Twinkle Tour was a success! A big thank you to everyone who decorated and entered into the Twinkle Tour. Attendance of the Twinkle Tour was large and enthusiastic, with over 200 vehicles driving with the tour.


Anyone who would like to tour the entries, the map of the addresses can be found here: 2018 Twinkle Tour Map.


The City of North Battleford would like to thank CJNB 1050, Magic Lantern Theaters and the Battlefords North Stars for their partnership in this community event. A special thanks to Tim Hortons who provided free coffee prior to the start of the Twinkle Tour.

"It was really good to see so many people excited about their community and participate in the event." Said City Planner Ryan Mackrell, organizer of the Twinkle Tour, adding “We are excited for next year, and already have ideas to make the event better.”

 

Winners

Raymond Seib – 1022-113th Street
This prize was drawn at random out of all the entries. They won the Battlefords North Stars Six Pack, congratulations!

Andre Bonneau – 1462-92nd Street
Andre was judged by Mayor Ryan Bater and Grant Schutte of CJNB 1050 to have decorated as the Brilliance of North Battleford. Congratulations!

Kimberly Frey – 2232-95th Street
Congratulations to Kimberly who is the winner of the Magic of Light, as judged by Mayor Ryan Bater and Grant Schutte of CJNB 1050.

Prizes


Battlefords North Stars Six Pack

The Six Pack prize is six tickets to any Battlefords North Stars 2018-2019 regular season home games.


Brilliance of North Battleford

An hour Credit Union CUplex Party Package. Winners can host up to 36 people at the NationsWEST Field House for turf or court usage or at the Battlefords CO-OP Aquatic Centre. It includes chips and 48 hot dogs.

Magic of Light

Dress Rehearsal package from Magic Lantern Theatres. It is a 10 person tour of the new theatre plus a private movie showing before the new theatre opens to the public.

 

For more information:

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Records Manager/Communications Administration
306-445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca



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City of North Battleford Holiday Hours December 11, 2018

Listed below are the holiday hours for the City of North Battleford facilities, not listed are regular business hours.

 City Hall – Closures

  • Monday, December 24th

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Tuesday, January 1st

  • Wednesday, January 2nd

 

NationsWEST Field HouseClosures

  • Open Monday, December 24th from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Open Monday, December 31st from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm

 

Battlefords CO-OP Aquatic CentreClosures

  • Monday, December 24th

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Monday, December 31st

  • Tuesday, January 1st

 

Allen Sapp Gallery & Chapel GalleryClosures

  • Monday, December 24th

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Monday, December 31st

  • Tuesday, January 1st

 

Civic CentreClosures

  • Monday, December 24th

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Monday, December 31st

  • Tuesday, January 1st

 

Don Ross ArenaClosures

  • Monday, December 24th

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Open Monday, December 31st from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm

  • Tuesday, January 1st

Central BookingClosures

  • Monday, December, 24th

  • Tuesday, December, 25th

  • Wednesday, December, 26th

  • Tuesday, January 1st

 

Waste Management Facility – Closures

  • Open Monday, December 24th open from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

  • Tuesday, December 25th

  • Wednesday, December 26th

  • Tuesday, January 1st

 

For more information:

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Acting Communications Manager
306-445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca



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