Moose Jaw RM 161

Detour on Highway #301 – June 19th & 20th

Please be advised that CN rail will be replacing a crossing located on highway #301 as per the link June 19 & 20.  Work will take the full 2 days and won’t be open overnight.  The road will be closed and will be detoured on Twp Rd 172 (North Service Rd/Lasby Road).

Detour (002)

Moose Jaw RM 161

Grain Bag Recycling Day – June 18, 2024

The RM of Caron No. 162 will be hosting a grain bag recycling day at the Caron Waste Transfer station just east of Caron on Tuesday, June 18, 2024 from 9 am to 3 pm in cooperation with Clean Farms.  Attached is a poster, map and 3 step instruction card regarding the event.  If you would like to recycle bags it would be greatly appreciated if they could call the RM of Caron 162 and let them know how many bags they are planning on bringing at 306 692-2293 or email [email protected].  Bags must be clean of debris and rolled to be accepted.

Please note the attached map as the waste transfer station should be assessed off of the Trans Canada Highway via Range Road 2290 to avoid the thin membrane paved Caron access which has a 8 mt weight restriction on it.  The alternate route is the Caron 643 grid.

Poster Grain bag recycle day RM Caron June18 2024 final

2024 collection day 3 steps

map recycling location

Road Construction – Range Road 2270 (16th Ave)

16th Ave – TRAFFIC PLAN

Please see the attached traffic accommodation plan for Range Road 2270 (16th Ave) due to road construction.  This road will be detoured starting May 21st, 2024 for approximately two weeks between TWP RD 180 & TWP RD 182.

Moose Jaw RM 161

For Sale by Tender 2005 GMC 3500

Please see link for details:

For Sale by Tender 2005 GMC 3500

Moose Jaw RM 161

2024 Dust Control

March 21, 2024

 

TO:  Past Dust Control/Cost Share participants and others

 

The R.M. of Moose Jaw No. 161 is again offering a cost-share program on the application of dust suppressant via Fort Distributors Ltd of the Magnesium Chloride (environment friendly) dust suppressant. The advantage this product has over the oil-based dust control agents is the ability to lightly grade the road should the conditions call for it. In order to ensure the safety of Municipal roads, it is important to have a product that can withstand periodic light grading from time to time.

In order to ensure the longevity and effectiveness of this product, Council has made the decision to apply a second application to all locations. If the conditions are too wet throughout the remainder year, a single application will only be used.

Please note the following conditions with regard to the Mag Chloride product:

  • The total cost share of application for a 500-foot long by approximately 24-foot wide-double application (1 application in spring and 2nd application in late summer) is $1,125.00 + $56.25 GST = $1,181.25. Should wetter conditions exist whereby only a single application is required, credit will be given. Due to the increased cost of the product, the cost per foot for 2024 is $2.25/foot + GST.
  • Cost share arrangements will be pro-rated where more or less than 500-feet in length are required/requested.
  • It is anticipated that the product will be applied in May and again in August (depending on conditions).
  • Road safety is the main priority for the Municipal Public Works. In extreme circumstances that require heavier grading conditions the dust control agent may be ineffective. While efforts to re-activate the product (i.e. wetting down the area) may occur, the Municipality makes no warranty on the product due to extreme traffic and conditions.

Should you choose to participate, PRE-PAYMENT IS REQUIRED, no later than April 22, 2024.  Please return this letter with payment to the municipal office indicating that you wish to participate in the cost share dust suppressant program for 2024. If your site or situation is non-standard, please contact the municipal office to determine the cost to you given your unique circumstances. Thank you for your cooperation.

 

Do you wish to participate in the 2024 cost share dust suppressant program being offered by RM 161 at the rates noted above and subject to the information/criteria noted?  Pre-Payment is required.

 

                          YES                             NO   

 

                                                                         Printed Name   _______________________________Signature

 

I understand and agree to the conditions listed above.

 

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Moose Jaw RM 161

Consulting Utility Forester for CNUC of Canada will be conducting assessments of vegetation on behalf of SaskPower within RM of Moose Jaw – March 20, 2024 to April 5, 2024

Please see the attached letter from CNUC:

CNUC Canada Notice of Vegetation Assessment for 3B-116

Good Day,

My name is Brian Boyd, Consulting Utility Forester for CNUC of Canada. CNUC is conducting assessments of vegetation on behalf of SaskPower along the distribution line for the circuit 3B-116 in the R.M.’s of Moose Jaw No. 161 and Marquis No. 191. I will be conducting an inventory of all required vegetation maintenance on this circuit. I will be notifying all affected landowners of SaskPower’s vegetation maintenance plans on their property(s).

I will be starting the vegetation assessment on March 20, 2024, and estimate that I will have completed my field work by April 5, 2024. I will follow-up with an email when I have completed my field work.

I will be driving a white Dodge Ram 1500 with CNUC logos on the side-truck #022928, or a green Honda 4-wheeler-#152127.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call, or email me at the contact information below. Alternatively, if I can not be reached, please call Chris Proulx, CNUC Assessment Supervisor at 306-209-3370.

 

 

Thank you,

Brian Boyd

Consulting Utility Forester, CNUC of Canada
bboyd @cnutility.com
Direct: (639)994-2793
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Moose Jaw RM 161

Public Hearing – Tuesday, March 19, 2024 @ 7:00 p.m.

Please see the link below for further information:

 

Discretionary Use Public Notice

 

PUBLIC HEARING: 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Moose Jaw Events Centre, Mazzanine Level, 110 – 1st Avenue, NW, Moose Jaw, SK

Council will hold a public hearing to receive submissions, written or verbal, on the proposed discretionary use application. Written, signed submissions will be presented to Council and can be sent to the Council of the Rural Municipality of Moose Jaw No. 161 prior to 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 15th, 2024.

Questions may be directed to Mike Wirges, Administrator/Development Officer for the Rural Municipality of Moose Jaw No. 161, telephone (306) 692-3446.