Applications are now being accepted from students currently enrolled in Grade 12 for a $1500 scholarship in agricultural safety and rural health.
The R.M. landfill has become a transfer station and is now only open to R.M. ratepayers. Instead of putting garbage in pits, garbage will now be collected in bins which will then be transferred to the landfill in Regina. The recycling bins will remain in place for ratepayers to utilize, as well.
The hours of operation will remain the same: Wednesdays, noon to 4 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The following items are not allowed in the garbage bins: asphalt shingles, cement, chemical containers, dead animals, electronics (recyclable at SARCAN), grain, hazardous waste, house demolition, liquid domestic sewage, new house construction garbage, petroleum by-products, propane tanks, railway ties, recyclable materials, refrigeration units, tires, and wire of any description.
The number to call when reporting a controlled burn has changed. Effective immediately, please call1-866-404-4911. When calling, please provide your name, the date of the burn, start and end times, type of burn and land location. Thank you for cooperating by calling in your controlled burns.