Town employees will be flushing water lines on Wednesday, October 18 starting at 6:0 pm. Disscolouration of water may occur for the next few days following the flushing.
The Town of Wawota has garden plots available for residents.
Plots are 20 feet by 40 feet in size. Cost is a yearly fee of $20.00.
All fees received will be donated to the Wawota & Community Early Learning Center. Community garden rules and regulations must be followed.
For more information or to book a plot please contact he Town Office (306)739-2216.
Reports are being heard of some break-ins/thefts in our Town last weekend – Pipestone Avenue, Wilfred Street, Hill Avenue – to name the ones we’ve heard of to date. Items stolen were musical instruments (2 electronic accordions), amplifier, a vehicle, tool boxes, tools. Any unusual happenings/sightings in that period (Friday – Sunday) should be reported to the RCMP as soon as possible. There also have been reports of similar incidents at Kenosee. Check your properties – sheds, garages, etc. and lock if possible! And remember to lock your vehicles.
Information to help residents be preventative in the case we are infested again this year!
It was unfortunate that the “prep-meeting” scheduled for December 7th had to be cancelled, however we can’t fight the weatherman. The rescheduled date was December 15th – all businesses were urged to be represented for input as well as local governments (R.M.s and Town), etc. The more facts we can gather to make a strong (& hopefully effective) presentation to RBC officials on January 3 or 4, the better.
The committee reported the following:
Ø Petition signatures and letters are coming in but we want more – don’t slack off!
Ø We are seeing signatures from other centres – they are joining our “fight”.
Ø Again – and still – we are receiving contradictory information from RBC reps.
Ø There seems to be hesitation in giving out information we are asking for
Ø When questioned about some of their figures, they have no concrete answers.
Ø There is the feeling that we are being taken advantage of being in an economic slump at present (adding an extra kick when we’re already down).
Ø The committee are following up on a similar situation that happened to a town similar to us in the U.S. – they fought and WON!
Ø Contact is being made with others in our province facing the same “blow”.
Ø We cannot – and will not – give up – realizing the “ripple effect” the bank closing would have on our community.
Ø The reply calls/letters we are receiving tend to be very convincing. DON’T BE A SOFT TOUCH! Ask for proof of the figures they give! They have been known to have to “back-track” on some facts!
Please, Please, Please keep the letters/phone calls/emails going. We realize that we are in a very busy time of the year, but let’s not become a statistic – “Oh Wawota – that was a real ‘PUSH OVER’”.
Email numbers/phone numbers to contact: to express our disappointment/concern about closing the Royal Bank in Wawota are:
ED KAULBACH, RBC Regional Vice President for South Sask. 306-691-4102 email email@example.com
KIM ULMER, RBC President Man./Sask./N.Ont. 204-988-4410 email firstname.lastname@example.org
DAVID MCKAY, RBC President & Chief Executive Officer 416-974-4475 email email@example.com
The petition is also available online. Please text Dee @ 306-577-5234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.