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City forecasts $419K budget deficit

The City is expecting a deficit on its 2016 budget, and that was reflected in a third quarter report to the regular meeting of Yorkton Council Monday.

Council approves planning district

The new Yorkton Regional Planning District has been approved by Yorkton Council which gave the enabling bylaw second and third reading Monday.

SAMA cost seen as reasonable

We are getting a return on investment through SAMA. — Councillor Randy Goulden The cost of doing for in-house assessment appraisal of properties is more than the City of Yorkton is willing to undertake.

City to look at graveling program

The City’s portion of York Lake Road is notably the most controversial and has been a topic of discussion for a number of years.

RCMP flag added to array at City Hall Park

A request to Yorkton Council from the local City detachment of the RCMP may net them more than they asked for. Typically the building that houses the R.C.M.P.

Streamlining

The City streamlined how to access a Special Occasion Permit at the regular meeting of Yorkton Council Monday.
Scenes from Kamsack Players’ production of Scrooge Macbeth

Scenes from Kamsack Players’ production of Scrooge Macbeth

Pelly farmer and his team of Percherons win three best “all-around” banners at Agribition

Pelly farmer and his team of Percherons win three best “all-around” banners at Agribition

A Pelly resident and his team of heavy horses, although fresh off a chain of victories at Agribition, is becoming almost as common a sight at district Christmas events as is Santa Claus.
Last week Bryan Cottenie, standing at left, who is a district delegate for Affinity Credit Union, pr

Last week Bryan Cottenie, standing at left, who is a district delegate for Affinity Credit Union, pr

Council begins process of renovations to town hall

A design for town hall renovations, the sale of the former A&L Plumbing and Heating building on main street and a code of ethics for members of council were among the items discussed by town council at its regular meeting of November 28.