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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3COP8 31 84 28 Manitoba Argyle Council Notes The Council of the of Argyle met in regular session on July All members NelsonLevreault Resolved that the Minutes of the June meeting be adopted as Councillor Harry Parsonage absented himself from the Council Chamber while the Council reviewed applications for the position of Building Inspector and Plumbing WytinckLevreault Resolved that we accept the application of Harold Parsonage to act as Building Inspector and Plumbing Inspector within the of Remuneration is to be made up of Plumbing Permit fees as outlined in Bylaw and for building plus 35c per mile travelled for inspection Councillor Harry Parsonage then resumed his seat on ParsonageWytinck Resolved that we adjourn from regular session of Council to hold a Hearing at regarding Road Closing Bylaw the intent of the Bylaw being to close a certain portion of a Public Road registered as Plan Morden Land Titles No pftson appeared at the Hearing and no objection of any Mud was made to the passage of this WytinckNelson Resolved the Hearing being we reconvene in regular session of ThomasNelson WHEREAS notice of tftls motion has been published and posted as required in 49 of The Municipal Act BE IT RESOLVED that all that portion of unused Public Road affecting the South West OneQuarter of Section 36514 in which is to be closed by Bylaw shall be conveyed to Robert Allan Sigvaldason and Marguerite Louise Sigvaldason for the sum of One Dollar and legal Councillor Sigvaldason did not vote on this nor the following continued on page 4 Regals Play Tonight The Regals will play the first game of the league playoffs here in town tonight 3 at 7 They will play the third place Brandon Lots Of Equipment Here we see part of a very impressive line up of equipment which is being used to upgrade the Morris to Belmont CNR The work gang is presently working here in The machines are capable of lifting the removing the ties and replacing them with new
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