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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - September 2, 1997, Roblin, Manitoba INSIDE CLASSIFIEDS IS FORECAST 2 LETS TALK TAXES 5 OPINION 4 RECNEWS 13 Pullout TV Listings Page 9 Not all plastics accepted A public service announcement in a recent issue of the Roblin Review has created some headaches for staff at the of Roblin recycling The PSA indicated that the depot accepts plastic in the form of dishwashing detergent and food Since it the depot has been flooded with such and has received numerous phone We dont take any of said Donna Schiman of the Duty The only plastics we take are beverage containers like plastic soft drink and juice and milk At there is no market for she adding that the depot has to pay to ship out the plastic it does collect but costs are recovered through the provinces Stewardship program for For your here is a list of items the depot does accept Paper corrugated wax milk and juice office paper coloured and telephone books Cans aluminum and tin soft drinks Glass bottles soft and liquor food jars Plastics beverage milk and juice Were happy that people are so willing to recycle and help Schiman But we just cant take recycle this newspaper 84 35 September 1997 85CPIus Taxes Not as traumatic The first day of Grade One just isnt as traumatic as it school these There were no tears at said one used to With two years of school under their belts parent who dropped off her child before heading to thanks to Nursery School and Kindergarten most kids When I started Grade I cried all The new and parents are a lot better prepared for the first day of school year got off to a start Work on ski hill begins Family info night set for Sept 11 By Ed Doering The Roblin Review Work has begun on the Asessippi Ski The boundaries have been crews are starting to survey the grid and some clearing has been done at the base of the quad lift and the site of the And Jim our is out with the crew determining where the lifts are said Asessippis Sales and Marketing Director Rheanne Gray in an interview So were finally getting at Another headed by Ken is out in Quebec dismantling the Mount Castin ski hill located north of Quebec They left last Sunday 24 and theyll be out there for about six Theyre sending it back via truck and Theres 15 to 20 Gray We bought all of the and its in opti mum From the ski snow making evacua tion and ski patrol equip sound ski shop and rental to snowmo biles and Gray says Markosky was just overwhelmed by the condition of the Its used but it was so wellmaintained its just like she The ski hill owner was a good Along with the quad ski which accommodates four skiers per comes a special loading carpet that runs along the ground the entire length of the It moves along slowly and makes for a smooth and safe pickup for Its a great and there are only two of them in she With the work under Gray says the ski hill will be hosting an information night Its kind of a family to let people know whats going Well be handing out info Jim Buckingham should have the master plan well have coffee and hot Well be starting at the lookout on Highway 83 at seven oclock and then well head over to the ski hill Gray says its very satisfy ing to see work on the ski hill finally getting Id like to get a plug in for the province and for Western We couldnt have done it without their And to the she Without support from the public we wouldnt have made it through the last six or seven SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS BEST COPY AVAILABLE UNSUITABLE FOR MICROFILMING
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