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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba 200 V rji i ie Gazet t 84 35 Manitoba 1983 Argyle Council Meet Council of the R of Argyle met in regular session on September at All members was absent during the SigvaldasonLevreault Resolved that the minutes of the meeting held August be adopted as NelsonParsonage Resolved that the following Building Permits are hereby approved 1583 Austin Hiscock Storage Shed on Lot 1683 Floyd Preston Addition to Lots 6 1783 John Thomas Addition to Dwelling on NW 1883 Felix Devos Addition to Dwelling Lot ThomasSigvaldason Resolved that Bylaw 2083 to provide for destruction of certain municipal documents and records as provided for under Section of The Municipal be given First LevreaultWytinck Resolved that Bylaw 2083 be given Second ParsonageThomas Resolved that we waive all regulations under Section of The Municipal Barons Plan For Coming Season The Baron players held a meeting on Saturday afternoon and all indications are they will have a team in the Tiger Hills League in the 198384 Several players have indicated they will be back including the top scoring line of Gerald Rick Bomak and Dan Others whom we have heard that will be back are Gerry Darcy Doug Scott and Mike Several others are not completely sure but will decide We also understand that Alan Johnson may join the team and this would be a welcome He attends University in Brandon could quite likely bring any players needed to make up for any absent The team will hold a social this Friday night in order to raise some NelsonLevreault Resolved that Bylaw 2083 be given Third Reading and NelsonWytinck Resolved that we sign Grant of Easement Agreement with Manitoba Hydro on Public Road Plan 1633 in 24412 ThomasParsonage Resolved that property assessments as per Schedule I bemadded to the Assessment and Tax Rolls under Section 758 of The Municipal LevreaultParsonage Resolved that we authorize the purchase of one Pumpex Sewage Pump KP102 to be installed in the Lift Station by the from Power and Mine Supply as specifications and price quoted in letter from them dated August 1983 and attached as Exhibit J ThomasNelson Resolved that we authorize the printing of 100 Electors Lists by Baldur Gazette Cd Clock For Raffle Here we see the very attractive York Wall Clock which was made by Ross Holder and has been donated to the Hospital Staff to be used in a These raffle tickets are now available and all proceeds will go to the Baldur Manor Van Be sure you get a ticket on this beautiful clock and by doing so you are helping support a very good Tickets avail able from staff
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