For all of you living in the Blairmore Suburban Centre, you are part of our association!!!!! Come join us.
Construction Season is upon us! The intersection of Betts Road and Hart Road will be closed May 12 to 19 for Sanitary Sewer Work. Check out the attached flyer.
Check out the City of Saskatoon website (www.saskatoon.ca) for information on the CLEAN ROADS: SPRING SWEEPING AND POTHOLE BLITZ UNDERWAY. The city will be out filling potholes and sweeping our streets in the near future. The projected schedule can be found on the website!
The Saskatchewan Clothesline Program in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association are looking to do some clothing drives in the community here to help raise money for the support, research, advocacy and programs for those that have been diagnosed with diabetes as we try and lead the fight against diabetes.
It can either be done over a time period of your choice or they could do it where it is just a one day event and either way they would like to set a day that they would send one of the drivers to come and pick up the items.
They collect all cloth items as well as smaller household items that can be packed securely in a box. They also have a recycling program for any cell phones, laptops, digital cameras, mp3 players, as well as ink toner cartridges.
Kids sports also require umpires. This is a great summer employment opportunity for persons 12 years old and older. Baseball Saskatoon is offering an umpire clinic at Hugh Cairns School Library on April 12 or May 3, 2014 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. For more information or to register for the clinic, visit www.baseballsaskatoon.com or contact Scott Mills at 306-933-9650.
Green Bin ordering
If you are interested here is a bit of information on it. Green Bin
Ignite Your Leadership
by Community Development Here is the link to the information Ignite Your Leadership Info
Baby Talk Program
Carlyle King Branch library hosts a free baby talk program every Monday morning at 11am, and we'd like to get the word out to local parents. Babytalk is an early literacy program for parents and babies up to 18 months featuring rhymes, songs, music, and stories. It is completely Free! We also have snacks and time for parents to chat afterwards.
CITY COUNCIL APPROVES 7.43% PROPERTY TAX INCREASE: FOCUS ON ROADS, PUBLIC SAFETY
Listening to what it heard from residents, Saskatoon City Council approved a property tax increase of 7.43 per cent following special meeting of Council December 3 & 4, 2013.
The combined 2014 Operating and Capital Budget is $793 million comprised of an operating budget of $411.9 million and capital budget of $381.1 million.
The newly approved rate means the average homeowner (at $325,000 market value) would pay $108 per year more in the municipal portion of their property taxes.
As proposed, a property tax increase of 4.29% will be dedicated to roadway rehabilitation.
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