A series of Open Houses will be held throughout Flagstaff County to allow for input from local residents who will be impacted by the changes that will be coming in the near future. Pleae take the time to visit and share how you envision the upcoming years! Meeting information, as well as a information package, are attached below! Just click on the pictures below for full sized reading!
NOVEMBER MEETING DATES INFORMATION PKG.
A statement from Flagstaff Intermunicipal Partnership has been released with results from the surveys and studies that have been conducted over the last few months. Please read the attached article for more details!
The Town of Killam is currently searching for a new Municipal Auditor. This position will be for a three year term, dating December 31, 2016, 2017 and 2018. The Request For Proposal package is below. A detailed outline of the services that are required, as well as information regarding the Town's operations, are included.
Proposals will be accepted until Monday, October 31, 2016 at Noon. Further information is available, please don't hesitate to contact the Killam Town Office at 780-385-3977 and ask for Kim Borgel, CAO or Darlene Gotobed, Asst. CAO.
RFP Package - Municipal Auditor
The Aquatic Center will reopen after regualr annual maintenance on October 3,2016.
And we have many options to get swimming lessons in this fall and winter of 2016.
With all the phone calls to the Town Office, it is very clear that our local skunks are really loving all the amendities that Killam has to offer! Should you need a skunk trap, the Town does have them available. At this time, there is a waiting list, but if you call the Office at 780-385-3977, we will add you to the list!
Some tips to help keep skunks away from your property include:
1. Keep pet food indoors and secure garbage cans. Food remains the greatest pull for wildlife (coyotes included!). If possible, store your trash bins indoors at night, so the smell won't attract our furry neighbors.
2. Remove fruit that has fallen from your trees, especially those that produce berries, crab apples or nuts. Pick them as soon as they ripen and be sure to rake your yard as often as necessary.
3. Skunks don't make their own shelters. They rely on dens and burrows that they can find, either from other wildlife, or holes that lead under elevated homes, decks, sheds, porches and foundations. Use gravel, fencing or plywood to seal all holes and entrance points to locations that a skunk may think could be used as a new "home"!
Covenant Health and the Minister of Health, Sarah Hoffman, recently announced some exciting changes for the Killam Health Centre! A $13 million redevelopment project is planned for the facility, that will not only renovate the existing facility, but add an additional 24,000 square feet to the building. Once completed, the facility will house 50 suites providing multi-level care options for residents of Flagstaff County!
Follow the link below for more details of the project!12345678910111213141516171819