Conmee Chronicle Newsletter
The Conmee Chronicle brings news and ads to the residents of Conmee. April Newsletter now online.
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NEW RURAL 60 PLUS WEBSITE
The Rural 60 Plus Seniors Centre has a new website! Check us out at http://www.rural60plus.ca!
FIRE AND FIREWORKS PERMITS
FIRE PERMITS ARE REQUIRED AS OF APRIL 1ST FOR ALL FIRES EXCEPT FOR COOKING OR WARMTH. FIRES FOR COOKING OR WARMTH MUST NOT BE LARGER THAN 3 FEET AROUND AND THE FLAMES MUST NOT GO HIGHER THAN 3 FEET. PERMITS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE MUNICIPAL OFFICE. ONLY PROPERTY OWNERS MAY APPLY FOR A PERMIT. PROPERTY OWNERS MAY PROVIDE A WRITTEN AND SIGNED STATEMENT TO ALLOW SOMEONE ELSE TO PICK UP A PERMIT ON THEIR BEHALF. IF YOU CANNOT COME TO THE OFFICE DURING OPEN HOURS, CALL 475-5229 TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS. FIRE PERMITS ARE VALID FROM 2 HOURS BEFORE SUNSET TO 2 HOURS AFTER SUNRISE (NIGHT-TIME BURNING ONLY). BURNING WITHOUT A PERMIT MAY RESULT IN A FINE.
Council would remind all residents that fire permits and permits to use fireworks need to be applied for. Fireworks permits require at least one week to issue as it is a requirement that the Fire Chief inspects the area where you wish to hold the display. A copy of the Fireworks By-law is available on the Council Page under By-laws. There is no charge for Fire or Fireworks Permits. If you are unable to come to the office to get a fire permit, please call and staff will work to find a solution.
Council will be holding a Public Meeting regarding various fees and charges. Please see the attached notice:
The Conmee Social Committee is pleased to present:
DON'T FORGET THE MOVIE MATINEES THIS YEAR! SPECIAL HALLOWEEN DOUBLE FEATURE WITH CRAFTS! COST $2.00 PER PERSON, POPCORN FREE!
CONMEE COUNCIL IS PLEASED TO OFFER RESIDENTS A "CANADA 150 OFFICIAL LILY"! First Lily is free, others can be purchased at $5.00 each! Let's celebrate Canada 150!