Employment Opportunity – Finance Officer

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Applications are being accepted for the position of

Finance Officer for the Municipality of Swan Valley West.

A job description is available at the Municipal Office Locations:

  • 216 Main Street West, Swan River, MB.
  • 126 Main Street, Benito, MB

Submissions may be made;

  • In person to the Municipal Office at 216 Main Street Swan River
  • By mail to Box #610 Swan River, MB. R0L 1Z0
  • By email to cao@munswanvalleywest.com

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING RESUMES

Friday November 10th, 2017 @ 4:00 p.m.

 

For more information, please contact;

 Interim-Acting CAO at 1-204-734-3344

Application forms are available at the above offices or by email at cao@munswanvalleywest.com

Employment Opportunity – Casual Public Works Labourer

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Applications are being accepted from anyone interested in the position of

Casual Public Works Labourer for the Municipality of Swan Valley West.

This position will include work within the;

Benito LUD / Rural Area / Municipal Landfill Sites. The successful applicant must possess a valid driver’s license and have a vehicle.

 

A job description is available at the Municipal Office

216 Main Street West, Swan River, MB.

 

Resumes must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked;

CASUAL PUBLIC WORKS LABOURER

 

Submissions may be made;

  • In person to the Municipal Office at 216 Main Street Swan River
  • By mail to Box #610 Swan River, MB. R0L 1Z0
  • By email to cao@munswanvalleywest.com

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING RESUMES

 September 15th, 2017 @ 4:00 p.m.

 

For more information, please contact;

Rural PW Foreman at 1-204-731-1810 OR CAO at 1-204-734-3344

Application forms are available at the above offices or by email at cao@munswanvalleywest.com

Audited Financial Statement

Municipality of Swan Valley West

PUBLIC NOTICE

Audited Financial Statement

Public Notice is hereby given that the Audited Financial Statement and Federal Gas Tax Report for the Municipality of Swan Valley West for the year ending December 31st, 2015, together with related financial statements, have been deposited in the office of the Corporation located at 216 Main St. W. Swan River, MB.

The reports are available for inspection by any person or his agent during regular business hours. Any person or agent may, at his own expense, receive a copy thereof.

    Dated at the Town of Swan River

This 24th day of July, 2017

William Galloway, Reeve

Municipality of Swan Valley West

 

Council Indemnity Recap to June 30th, 2017

Municipality of Swan Valley West Council Indemnities 
As of June 30th, 2017          
Name Monthly Indemnity Council Meetings Committee Meetings Road Inspections Seminars Convention Cell Phone Allowance Total
Verne Scouten $4088.00 $1789.40 $0.00 $0.00 $949.20 $60.00 $6,886.60
Carrie Blosha $4416.00 $1951.90 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $360.00 $6,727.90
Brian Burick $4355.40 $3338.90 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $360.00 $8,054.30
Glen Foster $4592.00 $2140.10 $160.00 $0.00 $0.00 #360.00 $7,252.10
David Minish $4359.00 $3013.95 $375.75 $830.60 $255.00 $360.00 $9,194.30
Terry Neely $4214.80 $1278.20 $70.70 $0.00 $0.00 $360.00 $5,923.70
Irwin Steen $2413.20 $1677.68 $789.15 $614.60 $0.00 $0.00 $5,494.63
Stan Potten $1050.00 $890.00 $0.00 $0.00

 $0.00

$90.00

$2,030.00

Totals $29,488.40 $16,080.13 $1,395.60 $1,445.20 $1,204.20 $1,950.00 $51,563.53
 
Local Urban District Committee 2017
Bill Zebinski $2100.00 $487.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2587.00
Dale Offengerger $1950.00 $412.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2362.00
Grant Schneider $1800.00 $276.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2076.00
Totals $5850.00 $1175.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $7025.00

 

Burnside Bridge By-Law

Burnside Bridge By-Law

In 2011 the Burnside Bridge was damaged beyond repair by flood waters.

In 2014 the Council of the day agreed to replace the bridge using Disaster Relief Assistance.  However at that time the council decided to better the bridge by increasing the its load capacity.  As this was considered to be an improvement, this cost of $300,000.00 was not covered by Disaster Relief Assistance.  A public Hearing was held and a borrowing was approved by the Provincial Government.

This is a Rural borrowing, so everyone with a rural assessment will be assessed the levy.

 

Canada 150 Grant Recipients

 

CANADA 150

GRANT OPPORTUNITY 

The Municipality of Swan Valley West

is Pleased to Have Awarded all 6 Grants

in Celebration of Canada’s 150th Birthday!

The Swan Valley West Canada 150 Grants have now all been awarded. Below is a short summary of the projects undertaken by the organizations awarded the grant.

  1. Benito School – The Canada 150 Grant was used to purchase plants for their flower garden project. The flowers were planted in the shape of a Canadian Flag!

 

  1. Benito Legion Ladies Auxiliary – The Canada 150 grant funds will be used to help build a display case in the Legion Hall in order to show case memorabilia and photographs of local veterans.

 

  1. Kenville Community Hall – The Canada  50 grant was used for the purchase of two Canadian Flags and flag poles, one to be situated on each side of the “Welcome to Kenville” sign located at the entrance to the community off of highway 83.

 

  1. Swan Valley Settlement & Immigrant Services – The grant was used to help fund the Canada Day BBQ for Immigrants and the Community that was held on July 1st.

 

  1. Bowsman Nursery School – The Canada 150 Grant will be used to help the establish the Bowsman Early Learning Centre as there has been found a significant need for a daycare centre in the Bowsman area.

 

  1. Swan Valley Chamber of Commerce – The Canada 150 grant will be used as a contribution toward the Canada 150 Mural that has been approved for the west side of the Swan River Curling Rink.