The Town of Preeceville council approved the minutes from the November 13, 2019 meeting during its regular council meeting on December 11, stated Tammy Descalchuk, office administer.
The Acadia Construction Management Ltd. had determined that construction startup for the
Wastewater Treatment Facility Project will now be scheduled for the spring of 2020 due to the past fall’s weather conditions.
The lease agreement between the Town of Preeceville and Dr. Shamsher Singh for the residence at 542 First Street NW for a term of November 1, 2019 to October 31, 2020 was renewed.
Council acknowledged that laptops will no longer be purchased for each town council member, as it was agreed that it was no longer a cost effective and secure means of accessing town council-related information.
A review of the building valuations for the town’s insurance policy held with Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc. through the SUMAssure Insurance program was completed. The valuation changes represent a new total buildings valuation of $9,848,483.
Approval was given for Councillors Chris Balyski, Welma Bartel, Darin Newton, Stacey Strykowski and Lorelei Karcha, chief administrative officer to attend the 115th Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) Convention from February 2 to 5 in Regina.
A donation of $200 was made to the Sturgis/Preeceville/Endeavour Child Action Plan for the Filling The Gap Program for 2019. A sponsorship donation of $100 was made to the Sturgis Archery Club for the 2019/2020 season, and a donation of $50 was made to the Preeceville Pats IP Hockey tournament held on December 15, 2019.