TOWN OF BREDENBURY NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2015

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Office Hours:

Regular hours are Mondays and Thursdays 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Closed over the lunch hour. Closed on all Stat holidays.

 

The office will be closed August 7, August 14, August 15, August 16 and August 24.

 

Garbage:

If you have extra garbage or items you wish to get rid of then call the town office at 306-898-2055 to be placed on a schedule for pickup. This cannot include: household garbage, shingles, cement pads, bricks, or large amounts of other renovation items, etc.

 

Call Ottenbreit when you are doing large home renovation projects and rent your own bin. You can call them at 306-783-6995 to arrange for that service.

 

Make sure your bins are on the street, not sidewalk on pickup days. Please make sure that is at least 4 feet of space between your garbage bin and recycle bin if placed out same day.

 

Gym:

The space for the gym is ready, the mats are here. We are just waiting for the delivery of the equipment. There is a height restriction of 86 inches so high machines and overhead weight lifting standing won’t be an option.

 

We hope to have the gym fully operational for October 1, 2015 - we will have a grand opening for everyone to check it out before purchasing their memberships.

 

Spray Park:

A contractor has been hired to do the installation of the spray park; it should be installed before end of September; so even though we won’t be available this year for use it will be ready for the first hot day in spring.

 

The location for the spray park is planned to be at the Lions Playground, it is nice and shaded there and everything will be in one place.

 

The area will be fenced off in the next couple days to prepare for excavation. Please keep your children away from the area.

 

Golf Course:

The golf course clubhouse foundation and water & sewer installation is expected to be completed by end of August. The power and framing is expected to be completed by end of September. 

 

Things are moving a bit slower than we anticipated because of contractors and Sask Power being very busy.

 

Lagoon Dykes:

More work is being done at the lagoon. This includes removal of willows and bringing up sluffed in dirt from heavy rains last year.

 

Also there will be flexmat and curlex installed between cell number 1 and cell number 2; this is material that is often used by the highway department on hills to prevent erosion. The cost for this project is approximately $25,000.

 

Pavers & Cement:

The pavers will be in town end of this week and beginning of next week for approximately 3 days. Some streets may be temporarily closed for the repair.

 

The cement work is almost complete; the grates at the end of Third Street still need to be poured. Please avoid this area.