The route for the Canora Composite School 2021 graduation parade and a curb replacement tender were among the items of interest to Town Council at its regular meeting on June 1.
Council approved the Canora Composite School 2021 graduation parade route as presented, with entrants gathering on Centre Avenue East, travelling west to Main Street, north on Main Street to Railway Avenue, east on Railway Avenue to Third Street, south on Third Street to Second Avenue East, west on Second Avenue East to Main Street and south on Main Street to King George Park.
Council award the 2021 curb replacement tender to North Star Concrete of Moose Jaw at the amount of $677,458 as recommended by Walker Projects of Regina. The mayor and chief administrative officer were authorized to execute the necessary contract documents for the project.
Council agreed to pay for the repairs to Kris Currie’s vehicle after it was struck by Town equipment at an estimated cost of $2,776.
Council accepted Orest Lewchuk’s proposal to donate Block M, Plan Z5383 (located at the east end of Barschel Avenue) to the Town of Canora, that the area be maintained as a green space, and a commemorative plaque recognizing the donation be erected and a charitable receipt be issued.
Council authorized Public Works to offer for sale the 1984 Case W24 front-end loader, the 1995 Ford New Holland mower and the 1981 Massey Ferguson 245 tractor and attachments.
Council agreed to pay Larry Chalupiak $600 as final compensation for damage to his fence on Parker Crescent cause by a Town mower.