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Public Notices

Annual Waterworks Information and Waterworks Rate Policy



Public notice

July 30, 2015


Leeann Potetz-Moore – Rural Public Health Nurse, Population & Public Health Services – is offering a baby clinic in Bethune at 50+ Club once or twice in a six weeks period on Tuesday morning.

Direct contact number is 306-766-7518.

E-mail address: leeann.potetzmoore@rghealth.ca.

For those parents who would like to make an appointment for immunisation, please, call reception on number 306-766-7500, option 1, and advise the receptionist to book an appointment at the Bethune Baby Clinic.

Leeann Potetz-Moore, RN, BScN

Rural Public Health Nurse

Population & Public Health Services Primary Health Care – RQHR Ph 306-766-7518 F 306-766-7410

leeann.potetzmoore@rqhealth.ca

204 Wascana Street – Regina, SK S4R 8M7 ACCESSRELATIONSHIPSTEAMWORKKNOWLEDGE

 

 



Rural Branch of the Year-2014

May 20, 2015


At the Spring Meeting of the Palliser Library in Moose Jaw,  Bethune Branch/Palliser Library was announced as the 2014 Rural Branch of the Year. Presentation was made (from left to right) to Jamie Scheller – Board Chair, Robbie Curtis – Branch Librarian and Arwen Rudolph – Rural Branch Supervisior.

Robbie anad jamie 2015



Public Notice-Water & Sewer Utility Rate

May 5, 2015


PUBLIC NOTICE – WATER & SEWER UTILTY RATES

 

Please take notice that effective May  1, 2015, the Village of Bethune will be increasing rates charged for water and sewer utility.  The municipality has implemented a 7% increase effective the May 2015 billing statement.

 

The increase is a direct result of increases in charges from SaskWater commencing  in May 2015, as well as increased operating costs associated with utility costs, chemical costs and other normal operational expenditures.    SaskWater rates charged to the municipality will increase a further 7% in 2016 as part of a two year 7% increase per year rate adjustment.  The Council is taking this opportunity to advise that reviews of the rates the municipality charges for will be done in the following years coinciding with SaskWater rate changes.

 

The Council appreciates your understanding as the municipality tries to limit the impact utility rate increases have on each household.



Summer Student Employment-2015

April 14, 2015


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