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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan e Gaze ft 12 Manitoba March 1983 Argyle Council Happenings Council of the of Argyle met in special session on February 1983 at All members except Steini Johnson and Harry Parsonage John Deputy conducted pelsonSigvaldason Resolved that we adopt the Medical and Dental Insurance and that 100 per cent premium contribution be paid by the of WytinckSigvaldason Resolved that we approve a contribution of in from the ArgyleBaldur Fire Department to Turtle Mountain Mutual towards establishing a fund to be used for upkeep of the Air NelsonLevreault Resolved that the municipality approves of the project in general and secondly grants Ducks Unlimited permission to make use of certain road allowances as outlined in more detail on Plan 62G254 prepared by Gould and dated October Resolved that we adjourn from regular session of Council to hold a Hearing under the Planning Act to deal with an application for Conditional CU183 made by Harold Parsonage to provide for a Residential Site in an A Rural No persons appeared at the Barons Lose To 49ers The Barons dropped their final two games to Crystal City last week to lose the best of five series 3 games to The Barons were suddenly hit by player shortage as Pat Haggerty in hospital with eye Brad Williams Larry Scott DeKezel were unavailable for In MAHA the Barons have given the series to Cartwright LevreaultNelson Resolved the Hearing being we reconvene in regular session of WytinckLevreault Resolved that Application CU183 for Conditional use on of made by Harold Parsonage to provide for a Residential Site in an A Rural be The remainder of the meeting was spent in drawing up a preliminary Budget for of Argyle for Wytinck That we adjourn to meet in regular session on March at Council met in regular session on March 1983 at All members NelsonSigvaldason Resolved that the minutes of the regular meeting held February be adopted as circulated and the minutes of the Special Meeting held February be adopted as WytinckParsonage Resolved that we approve grants as follows Cypress River Agricultural Society Cancer Research Society NelsonParsonage Resolved that Steini Johnson and Germain Levreault work in cooperation with the Hospital Board in applying for a Grant under the Program for Transportation of the introduced by the Province of Continued on page 4 Railway Ties Here we see a large pile of railway ties which are located in town ready for use in upgrading the local railway
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