SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING RE-CAP
Town Council met on December 19, 2019 at a Special Council Meeting to discuss Council remuneration rates. Due to changes imposed by the federal government, municipal officials across the country are no longer eligible for a one-third income tax exemption on the remuneration received for their municipal official duties. Because of these changes, Town Council agreed to increase remuneration rates by fourteen percent (14%) to compensate for the increased income tax they will now be expected to pay.
The rates, retroactive for 2019 and 2020 are as follows:
As per Section 39 of The Public Libraries Act (1996) which states “For the purpose of developing the local library in a municipality that participates in a regional library agreement, the councils of the municipalities whose residents use that local library shall appoint a local library board consisting of not less than five and not more than 15 members, including: (a) the regional library board members of each municipality whose residents use the local library; and (b) any other members that the councils of the municipalities appoint on an annual basis,” the Town of Foam Lake invites expressions of interest in sitting on the local library board for a one year term starting January 2020! Expressions of interest from representatives of surrounding communities that utilize the Parkland Regional Library in Foam Lake are encouraged.
Please submit expressions of interest in writing at the Town Office, by mail, or by email:
Town of Foam Lake
Foam Lake, SK S0A 1A0
Notice: Updated Foam Lake RCMP Detachment hours.
The Foam Lake Health Centre has been approved for state-of-the-art brand new Digital X-ray Equipment by the Saskatchewan Health Authority! The Foam Lake & District Health Foundation committee will be fundraising to raise the funds required. Check out our fundraising kickoff on October 8th and stay tuned for more exciting details!
The October council meeting has been moved from the 8th to 15th.
Southwest Paving has completed the paving on Pysden Drive and slurry sealing around town!
Due to the recent poor weather conditions, Southwest Paving has postponed roadwork. The crew will return in the coming weeks to complete paving on Pysden Drive and Moore Street.