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COUNCIL

Mayor Don Sangster 306-535-5589

mayor@kannatavalley.ca

Councillor – Bob Gordon

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Councillor – Dustin Plett

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Councillor Kyle Klevgaard        306-552-9749

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Councillor Tom Fink      306-216-9574

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RESORT VILLAGE OFFICE

Civic Address                    101 Cowen Road, Kannata Valley, Sask.

Mailing Address               Box 166, Silton, SK      S0G 4L0

Phone                                 (306) 731-2447  or toll free 1-877-731-2447

Fax                                       (306) 731-2415

e-mail                                  office@kannatavalley.ca

Administrator

Kimberly Downing, Administrator

KVSB LAGOON UTILITY

Representing Kannata Valley on the Lagoon Committee:

Committee Chairperson: Councillor Tom Fink         306-216-9574

Mayor Don Sangster  306-535-5589 

Representing Saskatchewan Beach

Mayor  Corey Livingston   

Councillor Jeff Galan   

WATER TREATMENT UTILITY

Portfolio Councillor –Mayor, Don Sangster         306-535-5689

Regional/Contract Operators:

Bo Black                    (306) 209-0595

Local Operators:

HURST, Glen          (306) 201-4695  Lead Operator

FORSYTH, KEN       (306) 729-4895   Distribution

Vanstone, Barry     (306) 729-2403  Assistant Operator

Howse, Wayne      (306)-537-7792   Assistant Operator

REFUSE TRANSFER STATION

Operator    Dennis Koloski             639-571-4025 (cell)    

Portfolio Councillor      

PEST CONTROL OFFICER

Ray Maffenbeier               306-535-5868

CRIME NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH PROGRAM

Program Coordinator: –Jeannette Ashenbrenner

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In Case of an Emergency Contact: LUMSDEN RCMP  (306) 731-4270

Good afternoon,

As a result of discussions held at the meeting on March 27, 2019, please find attached information regarding the new Sask Crime Watch Advisory Network.  You are invited to upload the document to your website and post it in your offices to promote this new initiative.

When the RCMP detachment becomes aware of an incident or crime, an advisory can be issued via this system and local residents who have signed up for the program will become aware of what has happened.  We want rural residents to feel safe in our communities.  By receiving advisories and reporting crimes or suspicious activities, residents can help foster resilient hometowns that actively prevent crime, enhancing public safety.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Lumsden RCMP at (306) 731-4270.

Regards,

Lumsden RCMP

Click Here for the Sask Crime Watch Advisory Network Flier