Please contact the Village Office if you are the owner of any of the following items parked in the Storage Compound:

Site #15 – Utlilty Trailer;  Site # 25 – Sea Doo;  Site # 39 – Utility Trailer  and there is a Coachman Trailer parked in front of the gate next to Site #45.

 

 

NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 2019

PLEASE NOTE:  EFFECTIVE APRIL 23, 2019, THE RESORT VILLAGE HAS PUT A FIRE BAN INTO EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Clinic Services

Please note council has tabled their decision on this matter as they require more time to consider the impact of this proposal on the Resort Village.

The Resort Village has received a development permit application to repurpose the Moonlight Bay Store building for conversion to office space for Thunderchild First Nation Child and Family Services.  Please view the attached public notice for further details:

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village budget 2018

There are cookbooks available for purchase at the village office.  All proceeds will be directed to the new mini golf.

 

2017 Auditor’s Financial Report

Click HERE for information.

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If you are interested in sponsoring a hole, please contact the village or Email rvkmb@littleloon.ca

Council would like thank everyone who attended this year’s fundraising event.

A special thanks goes out to those of you who donated silent auction items, raffle items, cash and your time.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

The total funds raised less expenses will be approximately $12,000.  Pretty good for a 1 day event.

The village has a major problem with foxes.  PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE FOXES as this only adds to the problem.  

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT FOXES CARRY FLEAS, TICKS AND RABIES AND CAN BE A DANGER TO SMALL CHILDREN.  They may be cute, bit they are wild animals NOT PETS.   

Attached below are the 2016 Audited Financial Statement Summary and the complete 2016 Audited Financial Statements:

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Printed copies are available at the office for $3.

Please note Garbage Tags are available at Moonlight Bay Store

As well copies of the 2017 Village Newsletter are also available at the store.

RVKMB 2017 Newsletter

Please click on the link above to view the latest village newsletter.

Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the Resort Village of Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay for the year 2017 has been prepared and is open to inspection in the office of the assessor from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the following days:

Tuesday’s:  May 16th, 23rd & 30th and  June 6th & 13th,20th &27th and July 4th & 11th

Wedenesday’s:  May 17th, 24th,&31st, June 7th, 14th, 22nd, & 29th  and  July 5th

Any person who wishes to appeal against his or her assessment or classification to the  board of revision is required to file his or her notice of appeal with: The Assessor, Resort Village of Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Box 120, Livelong, SK., S0M 1J0 by the 11th day of July, 2017.

Dated This 16th Day of May, 2017

You may also contact SAMA for further information about your assessment at the following:

North Battleford:  1-800-824-2570 or Regina:  1-800-667-7262

Individual property assessed value information is also available on SAMA’s website at www.sama.sk.ca by clidking the SAMAView link.

Also Attached is a information sheet from SAMA regarding Resort Property Assessments.SAMA Resort Property 2017

 

In the last month or so we have had multiple break-ins in the Resort Village yet according to Sgt Ronald Robinson of the Turtelford RCMP only one has been reported in the past 90 days.

If you have had a break-in please report it to the police as soon as possible.  Reporting any incidents that occur will justify a need for more police presence.  Also, the more information they have the better chance they have of solving the cases.

Just a reminder that the main thing the thieves are looking for is alcohol.

 

The Resort Village council and KMB Fire Fire Department would like to the the Turtle Grove Restaurant for generously donating all of their returnable bottles and cans to the Fire Department.

In the last 2 years the total payout from returns is $3,917.85.

Please be advised that all garbage left out for pick-up must be placed in an animal proof container.  There are a large number of skunks in the village right now and any garbage bags left out are being torn apart and the garbage spread all over.

The village has purchased some heavy duty garbage cans for resale to residents at a cost of $61.60.  Please contact the office if you interested in purchasing any.

A BIG THANK YOU goes out to the following people for their generous support

RIVERS WEST DISTRICT for SPORT, CULTURE & RECREATION:  $500 Matching Grant

CASH DONATIONS

Garry’s Construction; Brightling Equipment;  Turtleford Co-Op,  Precision Instrumentation;  FGG Inspections;  Davis Imports

PRIZE DONATIONS:

Blueberry Hill – Golf Passes;  Andrea’s Hair Care– Beauty Products;  Moonlight Bay Towing – Gift Certificate;  Lawrence Sloan – Bike Planter;  Vern Millard –  Firewood;  Kerr Construction  –  Steel Fire Place;   Turtle Lake Interiors – Gift Certificate;  Mitchell Brothers –  Gravel;  Pete Ackerman & Barb Mawbey –  Fishing Rods;  LB Distillers –  Gift Pack;  Kerry & Sharon Peart –  Air compressor;  Denny’s Electric –  Lounge Chair;  Charlie & Dorothy Kivimaa  –  Fan;   Poop to Go  – 4 Pump-outs;   Neilson Family  –  Deep Fryer;   Steven Nasby –  Drill;  Cindy Nasby  –  Burt’s Bees Gift Pack;  Hair Loft  –  Hair Straightener & Product;  Lake & country Realty  –  Beach Goodies Basket;  Terry & Linda Anderson  –  Sequoia Fire Pit; 

SPECIAL THANKS TO TOM WILKINSON FOR DONATING HIS TENT FOR THE DAY.

We would also like to thank the following people for volunteering their time:

Doug Smith & Darryl Napper –  Raffle & Silent Auction,  Gail Morgan  –  Ice Cream Tent,  Fred Helgeton  –  MC,             Kay Kivimaa  –  50/50 Tickets,  Ali McTurk and Janelle Seibt –  Dunk Tank

THANK YOU’S ALSO GO OUT TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HELPED WITHED THE SET UP.

 

 

 

 

 

Download the 2015 Financial Statement or Synopsis.

A special Thank You goes out to John Phillips for the lovely little swallow houses in the Village green spaces.  Make sure you look for them the next time you’re walking by.

Download RVKMB’s Synopsis of 2014 Financial Statement.

Cottage break and enters, property damage and thefts are serious concerns impacting police, property owners, cottager’s associations and insurance companies. Being an owner of a residence or cottage, you sometimes prefer an element of privacy. This element of privacy can be a wonderful feature; however, it may make your residence or cottage more vulnerable to crime. The RCMP have provided some helpful tips to help prevent you from being a victim of property crime.

Download Residential and Cottage Property Crime Prevention Tips

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