Barry Kolenosky of the M.D. of Lesser Slave River (who is also the acting CAO), will serve as the manager of the Lesser Slave landfill. This news came at town council’s Oct. 13 meeting, via councillor Brice Ferguson
Ferguson also reported that waste to the landfill is up a bit, and it is anticipated requisitions from the town and M.D. will not be going up in 2021.
In other town council news, councillor Joy McGregor said the Community Education Committee is “back up and running” via online meetings. She noted that it is hard to get a lot done in that format, though she may be the only one who thinks that.
Northern Lakes College is allowing no more than 25 per cent of its students in its buildings. Laptop computers have been purchased to be lent out to students to facilitate online learning. Two board positions are vacant and available.
Mayor Tyler Warman spoke about how council’s organizational meeting (held earlier that same evening) had reminded him that “we’re 12 months away from this being all over.”
Continuing on that theme, Warman said “We’ve got a good team. For the most part, we’re doing okay. There are a lot worse places to be in the world. In Alberta! I think things are on track.”