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GARAGE SALES AND YARD SALES NOT PERMITTED

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Please be advised that due to Covid 19 provincial restrictions, Garage Sales and Yard Sales are not yet permitted in the Resort Village. These types of sales are not considered critical public services and are not named as an allowable business under the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan. Council thanks you for your cooperation.  Stay safe!

Covid-19 on the Playground

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Please be advised that due to the current Corona Virus Outbreak, both the playground and the public bathrooms are closed.  We cannot provide adequate disinfection procedures or monitor usage to ensure your safety.

Be Bear Aware

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It’s bear season again!  Council reminds you that bird feeders attract bears, particularly when they are so hungry after hibernation. Keep your garbage in animal proof containers. It’s our responsibility to keep both the bears and us safe! Sask Environment has advised us that they will not set bear traps if we don’t do our part to discourage the bears. Please refer to the attached poster provided by Sask Environment: Bear proofing your property  …

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VILLAGE OFFICE NOT ACCEPTING CASH

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The village office will not be accepting cash for any transactions.  Please pay by cheque or e- transfer.  For your convenience, we will invoice you for garbage tags.

2020 PICNIC IN THE PARK CANCELLED

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The 2020 Picnic in the Park has been cancelled by council resolution due to COVID 19.  Hopefully we can resume this event the following year.

VILLAGE OFFICE CLOSED TO PUBLIC DUE TO COVID 19

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The village office will be closed to the public until further notice due to COVID 19.  If you require garbage tags or other services please contact the village administrator by phone or email during regular office hours – Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s 11 – 4.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

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As per Saskatchewan Emergency Alerts all residents are asked to obey the following advisory: “All travellers returning from outside of Canada are subject to a mandatory 14 day self-isolation order.  Violation of the order may result in a fine of 2,000 dollars.  Information on COVID 19 can be found at Saskatchewan.ca COVID 19.”

Correction to Garbage Pickup Dates

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Please note Garbage Pickup will be on the following days: Mar 16 & 30,  April 13 & 27, 2020. Weekly Garbage Pickup will resume on May 4, 2020

2019 Picnic In The Park

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Council would like to thank everyone who attended this year’s event.  Once again we lucked out on the weather and the attendance was fantastic. A special thank you 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 is around $22,000 this year.

2018 Financial Budget

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village budget 2018

Cookbook Mini Golf Fundraiser

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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

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2017 Auditor’s Financial Report

Lakeshore Development

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Click HERE for information.

Plans for the New Mini Golf – Spring of 2018 (click here for image)

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Click on image for large view If you are interested in sponsoring a hole, please contact the village or Email rvkmb@littleloon.ca

FOX PROBLEM

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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.   

2016 Audited Financial Statements

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Attached below are the 2016 Audited Financial Statement Summary and the complete 2016 Audited Financial Statements: 2016 Financial Statements Summary_0000362016 Audited Financial Statements _000037 Printed copies are available at the office for $3.

2017 Newsletter

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RVKMB 2017 Newsletter Please click on the link above to view the latest village newsletter.

Please Report Break-Ins to Police

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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…

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Thank You Turtle Grove Restaurant

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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.

Garbage Cans are Available for Purchase From The Village Office

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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.

Picnic In the Park Donors And Volunteers

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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…

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Synopsis of 2015 Financial Statement

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Download the 2015 Financial Statement or Synopsis.

Thank you John Phillips

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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.

Synopsis of 2014 Financial Statement

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Download RVKMB’s Synopsis of 2014 Financial Statement.

Cottage Safety

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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…

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