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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba 3 Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3C OP8 84 19 Manitoba May Argyle Council Minutes The Council of the of Argyle met in special session on April at All members SigvaldasonLevreault Resolved that we authorize the drafting by the Municipal Planning of Bylaw 1083 and relevant to amend the PelicanRock Lake District Planning Scheme 1971 as regarding Anhydrous Ammonia storage and sales and related facilities as a Conditional Use in a C3 Highway Commercial Ice Storm hits Area For the second time this year the area has been hit iwith a severe ice The freezing rain caused trees and TV aerials to break under the weight of an inch and more of Power services were also slightly Deaths Murray Douglas Wray passed away on May 4th at at the age of Interment was in the Cemetery on May Funeral services were held today May 18 in Pilot Mound at 2 for John Evans who passed away May 14 at the age of Burial will follow at the Swan Lake Dash Day Flyers All those who plan to have an advertisement in this years Dash Day Flyer are asked to get in touch with the Gazette not later than May As usual these flyers will be mailed out to all surrounding f Zmtt ParsonageNelson Resolved that the offer of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to purchase Lots 1 to Block Plan at per totalling contingent upon the acceptability of this property being serviced by a well and septic at the expense of Legal fees are to assumed by NelsonWytinck Resolved that Bylaw 1283 to hire Leonard Enns as Machine Operator for annual seasonal employment from May 1st to October to operate a grader and do general municipal work as required by given 1st NelsonLevreault Resolved that Bylaw 1283 be given Second Continue on page 5 To Hall Project Arvid DalzelS left is seen receiving a cheque from chairman of the Centennial The money was part of the proceeds which was made during centennial and given to the Hall Committee to be used in their present improvement
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