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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3COP8 84 43 CANADA 1983 Argyle Council Notes The Inaugural Meeting of the Council of the Rural Municipality following Elections took place on November at The following members presented a statement of assets and the Declaration of Qualification of Member of Council and the Declaration of Office Johnson Roger for Ward One John Thomas Councillor for Ward Two Germain for Ward Three Harry Parsonage Councillor for Ward Four Edward Wytinck Councillor for Ward Five The position of Councillor for Ward Six has not been WytinckLevreault Resolved ihat the Minutes of the regular meeting of Council held on October be adopted as PpsonageLebeau Resolved that we adjourn from regular session of Council to hold a Hearing under the Planning to deal with Application 283 by James Barrand Janie Eileen for a Variation to allow a 35acre parcel as an Agricultural Site in an A Rural and Barr attended the No persons appeared to object to the ThomasLevreault Resolved the Hearing being we reconvene in regular session of WytinckParsonage Resolved that Application VO be Cdf ThomasParsonage Resolved that Bylaw to amend Bylaw 863 with respect to the Glenboro Curling and Skating Rink Special be given First continued on page 6 The Weather November 7th to 14th 49F cm snow inches Guess Who Its become a habit with Rob Ramage and his rink of Rick Gordon Jones and Art Richmond as they captured yet another Baldur It didnt come easy as brother Craig and his rink of Kelly Curt Johnson and Doug Sigurdson gave them a tough battle in the Taking 3rd were the Carey Kakela rink from Rolla and fourth went to Mark Collins and his rink of Murray Rene Martens and Blair Gosselin took There were 24 rinks Outside rinks came from Pilot Crystal Winnipeg and Rob Rick Gordon Art
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