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Posted: Apr 25, 2016 | Category: Board Highlights
Presentation of audited financial statements, Support for celebration events on ALR lands, Allocation of Community Works Funds, Soda Creek Cemetery Signage, Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Grants, Contribution to Quesnel and District Visitor Information Centre, Funding application for Barlow Creek Ball Fields, Electoral Area F Discretionary Funds, Xatsull Heritage Village viewing platform, Next Board meeting

Posted: Mar 29, 2016 | Category: News Releases
Hodgson Road area land stability reports released Geotechnical assessment of findings underway Williams Lake, B.C. – The City of Williams Lake and the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) released three reports from engineering firms regarding land slippage in the Hodgson Road area. The local governments have contracted a geotechnical engineering firm to undertake an independent analysis of the reports and provide further recommendations.

Posted: Mar 29, 2016 | Category: News Releases
Increased Construction Costs for Pool offset by Senior Government Grants Williams Lake, B.C. - The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) Board of Directors endorsed a resolution from the Central Cariboo Joint Committee to make adjustments to the Sam Ketcham Pool Upgrade Project budget. The increase is required in light of the current project cost estimate and is considered to have a high level of accuracy based on final working drawings and the receipt of tenders to date.

Posted: Mar 29, 2016 | Category: News Releases
North Cariboo Arena Replacement Project Construction Contract Last Thursday, the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) endorsed a recent resolution from the North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee (NCJPC) recommending that the CRD enter into a construction contract with Vic Van Isle Construction Ltd. in the amount of $17,981,044 million for the North Cariboo Arena Replacement Project (NCARP).

Posted: Mar 23, 2016 | Category: News Releases
Lac La Hache Residents Encouraged to Participate in OCP Survey Lac La Hache, B.C. - Community support is critical to the success of an Official Community Plan (OCP) and the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) wants to hear from you if you are a resident of the Lac La Hache area. The CRD is undertaking a review of the Lac La Hache Area OCP and a number of opportunities for the community to help develop and contribute to the OCP have been identified.

Posted: Mar 16, 2016 | Category: News Releases
100 MILE HOUSE - The Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations are planning to conduct an ecosystem restoration burn in the Churn Creek Protected Area between March 15 and April 29, weather permitting.

Posted: Mar 14, 2016 | Category: News Releases
Cariboo Fire Centre urges caution with outdoor burning WILLIAMS LAKE - Given the current dry conditions, the Cariboo Fire Centre is encouraging the public to exercise caution with any outdoor burning activities over the weekend and into the coming weeks.

Posted: Mar 2, 2016 | Category: News Releases
South Cariboo – The Cariboo Regional District’s Chief Election Officer has declared the results of the 108 Mile Water System Improvement Vote held this past Saturday as official. A total of 515 residents cast their ballots with eighty one per cent saying yes to the increased requisition.

Posted: Feb 26, 2016 | Category: Board Highlights
Hospital Project Funding, Sponsorship and Support of Community Grant Applications, Economic Development Function, 2015 Invasive Plant Management Report, Reduced User Fees at Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex During Firs Phase of Construction, Next Board Meeting

Posted: Feb 19, 2016 | Category: News Releases
Central Cariboo, B.C. – On Friday, February 19th representatives from the Williams Lake Indian Band (T’exelc), Cariboo Regional District (CRD) and City of Williams Lake were on hand to sign a tripartite protocol agreement. The purpose of the agreement is to establish a long-term cooperative relationship that encourages discussion on areas of common interest and to identify opportunities where a collaborative approach may be particularly beneficial. The Protocol encourages open and constructive dialogue based on mutual trust, honesty and respect. The parties will work together to explore and develop strategies around economic development, land use planning, cultural heritage, and other key interests that may arise.

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