The Director of Community Services reported the Iosegun Manor building addition is progressing well. The project is on budget and expected to be finished by fall. Rental applications continue to increase so this will be a great addition to the community and housing.
Seniors’ week was one of CRC’s biggest events this year so far. A total of 86 participants came out to enjoy a week full of programming including bingo, golf, pickleball and many more activities. Fun was had by many and it was a great way to stay social and active.
The Director of Recreation reported Canada Day was a huge success with over 700 people visiting the Multiplex to participate in the festivities. We would like to shout out a huge thank you to all who donated and helped make this day such a success. Our community really knows how to celebrate!
Summer day camps for youth are filling up. You can expect that these camps will keep your kids busy and interested with unique educational activities throughout the summer.
The Director of Operations reported hydrant and sewer line flushing would be completed within a week. To date, they have not experienced any issues or problems. A reminder that stirred up settlement may turn your water brown, run your COLD water until clear.
The CAO reported summer work is well underway in all departments with summer programming, grass cutting and capital projects in progress. Administration will begin the purchasing process with property owners on the west side for the industrial properties located on the North Road. The east side is still in the annexation application stage and purchasing of those properties will take place when the Town’s annexation application is approved.
Our Peace Officer reported numerous positive tickets have been issued to resident youth. This program has been well received, youth are setting good examples for each other and reaping positive rewards.