1Northwest of 100 Mile House Evacuation Alert | Northwest of 100 Mile House Evacuation Alert Read More
2100 Mile House and Area Evacuation Order Partial Downgrade | 100 Mile House and Area Evacuation Order Partial Downgrade Read More
3Areas around Tzenzaicut Lake partially downgraded to Evacuation Alert | Areas around Tzenzaicut Lake partially downgraded to Evacuation Alert Read More
McLeese Lake, Fraser River, Polley Lake, Moffat Creek, 150 Mile Evacuation Order | McLeese Lake, Fraser River, Polley Lake, Moffat Creek, 150 Mile Evacuation Order Read More
Evacuation Order for City of Williams Lake and surrounding areas | Evacuation Order for City of Williams Lake and surrounding areas Read More
Big Creek Evacuation Order | Big Creek Evacuation Order Read More
Board on the Road in 100 Mile
The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) held its Thursday and Friday meetings in 100 Mile House for Board on the Road with a free community barbecue on Thursday evening. The CRD made a donation to the 100 Mile House Lion’s Club for hosting the barbecue. September’s Board on the Road will be in the West Chilcotin (Electoral Area J).
Digital Heritage Driving Tour Launched
The CRD launched a digital heritage driving tour guide that is online and mobile-friendly. Visit cariboord.ca/services/heritage to see an interactive map of heritage locations in the Cariboo Chilcotin. View photos, read site descriptions and click through to driving directions on Google Maps.
CRD Supports Highway 20 Tourism
In response to a request received from the Community Services & Development Society of Alexis Creek, the CRD Directors approved entering a three-year contribution agreement with the Society to support ongoing operations at the Alexis Creek Visitor Information Centre. The CRD will provide a total of $1,000 annually with $500 each from Area J and Area K Economic Development Services.
Board Returns from Trip to China
Members of the Regional District Board recently returned from a trade mission to China, including CRD Chair Al Richmond, Mayor Mitch Campsall, Mayor Robin Sharpe and Mayor Walt Cobb. All the delegates were optimistic about the future opportunities this trip will bring. Read more about the trip at cariboord.ca and see photos at facebook.com/caribooregion.
Area D & E Building Inspection Remains Status Quo
The CRD recently conducted a petition in the portion of Electoral Areas D and E that receive building inspection services due to an expansion that occurred in 2006. The petition asked residents if they would like to reduce the area that receives building inspection services. As both petitions did not receive enough signed petitions to pass, building inspection services will continue and there will be no change to the service area.
North Cariboo Projects Funded
The Regional District approved $1,250 from the North Cariboo Economic Development Service to partner with Seekers Media in the 2017-18 #SkiNorthBC winter tourism marketing campaign.
The Directors also allocated $1,500 to the Back Country Horsemen of BC North Cariboo Chapter for their Canada 150 celebration.
Further, the Directors approved $500 to Skyfest 2017 out of the North Cariboo Economic Development budget.
Noise Control Bylaw Requested for Area F
The Regional District Board approved a request from Electoral Area F Director, Joan Sorley, to establish a noise control service for all of Area F. This request follows a public meeting and several requests from residents. CRD staff will bring forward a bylaw to the next meeting for the Board’s approval.
Cemeteries Contribution Moves to Public Approval
A bylaw to establish a South Cariboo Cemeteries Contribution Service within Electoral Areas G, H and L is proceeding to an Alternative Approval Process.
Through this process, the CRD will establish the contribution service unless, by 4:00 p.m. on July 31, 2017, at least 10 per cent of the electors in Electoral Areas G, H and L sign an elector response form opposing the adoption of the bylaw. If over 10 per cent of the electors submit their forms, the process will move to an official vote. Starting June 22, response forms can be downloaded from cariboord.ca or picked up at any CRD office.
If approved, the service will contribute funds toward the operation of established, registered cemeteries in the South Cariboo, including the District of 100 Mile House. For properties classed as residential in Electoral Areas G, H and L, this service would result in a tax rate of $0.59 per $100,000 of the assessed value of land and improvements.
Grants for Assistance Approved
The Board of Directors approved a $350 grant from Electoral Area H for the Forest Grove and District Recreation Society. The Society plans to use the funds for their annual Canada Day event at Ruth Lake.
The Directors also allocated $3,000 from the Electoral Area J Grants for Assistance Fund to the Xeni Gwet’in Youth Wagon Trip Committee. The Committee will use the funds towards their annual Xeni Gwet’in Youth Wagon Trip on June 22-29, 2017.
CCRHD & CRD Boards – Thursday, June 29, 2017
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