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Construction continues healthy pace in 2018

Single-family and multi-family homes continue to pop up in Martensville’s Lake Vista neighbourhood

The value of construction in Martensville rebounded over the past year.

Figures released by the city’s Infrastructure and Planning Department on January 15 showed $21.6 million worth of construction permits were issued in Martensville in 2018. This compares to $18 million in total construction value for the city in 2017. Continue reading “Construction continues healthy pace in 2018”

Gherasim sworn in as Corman Park Police Chief

Corman Park Police Chief Warren Gherasim takes the oath of office under the watchful gaze of Corman Park Police Commission Chair Jim Christie and Corman Park Reeve Judy Harwood on January 11

There’s a changing of the guard at the Corman Park Police Service (CPPS).

Sergeant Warren Gherasim, a former Staff Sergeant with the Warman RCMP detachment and a four-year veteran of the CPPS, officially took over as Chief of Police of the eight-member police force on Friday, January 11. Continue reading “Gherasim sworn in as Corman Park Police Chief”

Clubroot found in Corman Park, three other area RMs

RMs where clubroot was detected are shown in blue and yellow

Clubroot, a disease that restricts a plant’s ability to obtain water and nutrients from the soil, has been detected in the rural municipalities (RMs) of Corman Park, Aberdeen, Rosthern and St. Louis.

The four area RMs were found to have at least one field that tested positive for the plant pathogen in a survey conducted for the provincial Ministry of Agriculture over the past year. A map identifying infected fields was unveiled by the province January 9. Continue reading “Clubroot found in Corman Park, three other area RMs”