Election Day: Monday, November 09, 2020
What You Need to Know
Saskatchewan municipalities need citizens to take on leadership roles as elected officials (council members) to represent the people in the community and provide direction on the policies and programs that will lead to better quality services.
Serving in an elected position is not easy, but being a member of council offers a lot of personal satisfaction; as it is an opportunity to help shape the future of the municipality.
Being elected to council requires a time commitment. If elected, you will serve a four-year term. During that time, you should plan to attend the following:
RM of Laird No. 404 Public Notice –Zoning Bylaw Amendment Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Rural Municipality (RM) of Laird No. 404 intends to adopt a bylaw under The Planning and Development Act, 2007, to amend Bylaw No. 6-2008, known as The Zoning Bylaw.
INTENT:The proposed bylaw would rezone from Agricultural District (AG) to Country Residential 1 District (CR1), a proposed subdivision of land to create four new country residential lots at the request of the landowner.
AFFECTED LAND:A portion (5.936 ha) of Parcel G, Plan 62S02679 within NW ¼ 16-40-05-W3M would be rezoned to the CR1 District. A map of the affected lands is available for public viewing here:
Read More: Public-Notice
From Loraas Recycle (who manages the Recycle Program at the Waste Transfer Sites at Waldheim & Mennon)