Septage tender closes July 25

District of Barriere septage tender closes on July 25

Committee members received reports on the status of the various wastewater project components.  The Septage station will be commissioned next week.  The collection system is out to tender (closes July 25), and the Effluent Disposal system is almost ready to go to tender.

Dave Underwood spoke about the recently completed road assessment.  Several things will be done in the next two months – spray patching, replacing of some road signs, shoulder grading, and fixing culverts along Leonie Creek Road.

Committee members passed a motion that staff create a policy that parks clippings and compostable wast be take to the Eco Depot and not be burnt.

The next meeting of the Committee of the Whole will be at 4 p.m. on Aug. 19.


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