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Council names waste water project design team BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

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The Old Kootenay Channel Bridge will be closed each morning next week from 6-7 a.m., with twice-daily closures to follow starting April 16.

Closures scheduled for bridge BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

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Early morning commuters used to taking the Old Kootenay Channel Bridge may need to detour along West Creston Road next week, when the

bridge will be closed to traffic from 6-7 a.m. April 10-15. Seismic 2000 Construction Ltd., the general contractor for the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, will spend about six months on the project, which involves

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rehabilitation of the bridge substructure, deck patching and joint replacement. As part of the process, sections will be jacked and shifted now and July 13. See CLOSURE, page 3

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Construction on Creston’s waste water treatment plant upgrade project is a step closer to starting, after Creston town council awarded the contract to the team of Maple Reinders and Urban Systems at its regular March 27 meeting. The joint Maple Reinders-Urban Sytems bid came in at $5,785,000, well below the $8,038,000 bid by Graham and AECOM, which was over the project’s $7.1 million budget, which will be split between the Town of Creston, and federal and provincial infrastructure grants. About $6 million of that is left after engineering studies and the installation of a bulk volume fermenter. Within the next month, the agreement is expected to be signed by the government, and town representatives will soon meet with the Ministry of Environment to discuss the project, which will break ground in June. To lessen costs, rather than the usual designbid-build process, in which an engineer creates a plan and a builder bids on it, this project will use the design-build process. “There are so many savings in it compared to the other way,” said Iain Bell, town engineering and public works director, yesterday. With the design-bid-build process, if the builder encounters a problem with the engineer’s design, additional charges can be incurred if the engineer has to redesign that aspect. The design-build process, however, allows the engineer and builder to be in on every decision from the beginning. See WASTE, page 3

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everyone living in the riding to nominate someone they know for the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. “To celebrate Her Majesty’s 60 years of selfless service and devotion to duty, Governor General David Johnston has announced the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal as a visible and tangible way to recognize outstanding Canadians of all ages and from all walks of life,” said Wilks in a press release. “These medals provide an opportunity to honour exceptional Canadians for their contributions to their fellow citizens, to our communities and our country.” Thirty candidates will be nominated to receive this national honour from the constituency. To be eligible for this honour, a person must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada (but need not necessarily reside in Canada), have made a significant contribution to a particular province, territory, region or community within Canada, or an achievement abroad that brings credit to Canada, and have been alive on Feb. 6, 2012, the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne (the medal can be awarded posthumously, as long as the recipient was alive on that date). Anyone wishing to nominate an individual for this honour should contact Wilks’s office at 250-417-2250 or david.wilks.c1@parl. gc.ca to receive a nomination form, which are also available at www. david-wilks.ca. All forms must be submitted by June 1. The dates and locations of the presentation of the jubilee medals will be announced following the conclusion of the nomination process.


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Housing offers independence for the handy capable

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From page 1 “During jacking activities, it is necessary to implement a full closure of the structure,” project manager Grant Langton said in a press release. Two 20-minute closures will also take place intermittently each day from April 16-July 13, while bridge bearings are replaced, with pieces being raised and lowered onto temporary, and then permanent bearings. Traffic is currently reduced to singlelane alternating traffic, and temporary traffic signals began operating on April 1. Seismic plans to keep the public informed to make travel easier during the construction. “We will issue further notice prior to us commencing these short duration closures with a view to providing the travelling public with a regular schedule of closures,” said Langton.

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From page 1 When this project was initially conceived through the design-bid-build process, bidders said a new UV disinfection and office remodelling would cost too much. Both were included, however, in the Maple Reinders-Urban Sytems bid. The team is also keeping costs down by hiring local workers, including Valleywide Concrete, Mayday Electric and Hedlund Contracting. “They’re the one group that showed significant interest in local employment,” said Bell. “They will try and source whatever they can locally. Overall, we’re hoping it will be a nice boost for some in the valley.” The decision to approve the project team was unanimous among the five councillors who voted. Coun. Tanya Ducharme left the room for the vote, after she declared a conflict of interest because her employer, the Columbia Brewery, which pays a large percentage of sewer fees that will help cover the town’s share, was mentioned in the resolution. A separate motion was made at the March 27 meeting to engage an individual to act as the town’s agent, who would, among other duties, conduct site visits and inspections at the project site. “It’s a lot for us to take on,” Bell said at the meeting. An agent of this type usually charges between one and three per cent of the project price, which could range between $60,000 and $180,000. Coun. Jerry Schmalz said he would have preferred the fee to range between one and two per cent, but joined Ducharme and Couns. Joanna Wilson, Scott Veitch, Judy Gadicke and Wes Graham in passing the motion. Town staff expect the fee to come in at the lower end of the range as this project is not overly complex and has been planned well. “Most of the work has been done inhouse,” Bell told council.

BY LORNE ECKERSLEY Advance Staff A 12-unit apartment complex at 1140 Scott Street called Glaser Terrace has become such a familiar site that its purpose and history are easily overlooked. With the motto, “Independence — that’s living,” the complex has played an important part in lives of many residents since its construction. The apartments are all wheelchair accessible and for 25 years they have embodied a dream the late Albert Ward had. Ward, an accountant, was confined to a wheelchair when he took a trip to Idaho with friends Wayne Salmond and Doug Gatzke, along with their wives. Salmond and Gatzke were also wheelchair-bound and Ward presented them with the idea for construction of residences that would be accessible to people with mobility challenges. The group got to work, contacting everyone they knew in the area who was in a wheelchair, and soon meetings were scheduled. Former mayor Lela Irvine and councillor Ed Gatzke got involved and on Oct. 20, 1988, a representative of BC Housing Management Corporation, Allen Campbell, was invited to Creston to hear about the group’s plans for specially constructed one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Salmond was a downtown hardware store owner and a minor hockey coach — he organized the first John Bucyk Hockey School — before he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. When his illness eventually forced him to sell the business and get around in a wheelchair, he was adamant that he wasn’t “handicapped”. He exemplified the attitude shared by others as the housing project was planned, saying, over and over again, “We’re not handicapped because we are in wheelchairs, we’re handy capable.” And capable they were. The Handy Capable Housing Society (HCHS) was formed on Nov. 29, 1988.

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Saluting volunteers April 15-21 is Volunteer Canada’s National Volunteer Week, and the Advance has decided to take it a step further. Each issue in April will have a story on a different nonprofit organization, starting with the Handy Capable Housing Society this week. The April 12 issue will feature the Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors.

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Glaser Terrace has wheelchair-accessible housing, and is run by the Handy Capable Housing Society.

The founding directors included Gatzke and Salmond, along with Faye Davidson, Margaret Braithwaite, Jean Ward (Albert’s wife), Mac Chernoff, Mary Angus, Michael Helm and Claire Sorenson. The society was awarded a grant for nearly $1 million in the following year, and the dream for accessible housing started to become a reality. Land on Scott Street was secured, in part because it backed onto undeveloped land that would become Schikurski Park. Calgary architect Dave Coupland arrived with the initial set of blueprints and the building committee — Salmond, Chernoff, Angus and Jean Ward — met to ensure all the newest features in accessibility were incorporated into the plans. Wide hallways, kitchens adapted to wheelchair heights, preset temperature controls on taps, wheel-in showers, second en suite bathrooms in the two- and three-bedroom units, washers and dryers in each suite and spacious rooms were some of the many features incorporated. When the plan was finalized, it included four one-bedroom units, six two-bedroom units and two three-bedroom units. Each included a carport and sundeck. Accessible basement storage rooms, a recreation room and a guest suite completed the package. Each apartment was designed to look over the quiet park setting. Contractor John Anonby and his crew went to work and site was a hive of activity for months. Such was the demand for accessible housing that by the time former MLA Howard Dirks cut the ribbon at the Glaser Terrace grand opening on May 24, 1991,

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only two units remained vacant. “It takes tremendous energy and solid organizational skills to make a housing project work,” Dirks said, giving credit to Ward, Gatzke and Salmond, along with the many others who had worked to bring the project to completion. Today, the non-profit HCHS continues to manage Glaser Terrace, with a group of eight volunteer directors. Its affiliation with BC Housing ensures that the units — each of which is more than 1,000 square feet — remain affordable. A maximum of 30 per cent of a household’s gross monthly income can be charged to low- and middle-income families. What happens when there isn’t sufficient demand for the units by people in wheelchairs? The HSCS mission statement covers that eventuality: “To provide wheelchair accessible housing that will make independent living possible for those in need of such accommodation and when this need has been demonstrably fulfilled to make said housing available for others.” Joe Snopek is the HCHS president, a fitting position because he served as a town councillor when Irvine was mayor. “Glaser Terrace has been a real asset to our community,” Snopek said. “We have a tremendous board and it’s an honour to be involved in this project.” More information about the units and their availability can be obtained by writing to the HCHS at P.O. Box 443, Creston, BC, V0B 1G5 or emailing handcapablehousing@shaw.ca. (Thanks to HCHS secretary-treasurer Al Garrecht for providing information.)

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Town of Creston OPEN BURNING NOTICE Residents are reminded that open burning of yard waste is permitted during the months of April and October with a valid burning permit. Permits are available at Town Hall, 238 10th Ave. North or the Fire Hall, 200 10th Ave. North between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding holidays). Citizens are reminded, if at all possible, to avoid open burning and use composting or other means of disposal. All burning must be conducted in compliance with the Town of Creston Fire Service Bylaw, BC Forest Regulations and BC Open Burning Smoke Control Regulations. Burning in non-compliance with bylaws or regulations may result in penalties and fines. For further information, please contact the fire department at 250-428-4321 or visit our website at www.creston.ca

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April 16, 7:00 p.m. West Creston Millennium Hall

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Missing licence plates, untraceable 911 calls, false alarms top week for RCMP BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor Creston RCMP responded to 78 calls for service from March 26-April 1, said Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan on Monday. March 26 •A company representative called to say an alarm at a Northwest Boulevard business was false. •A rear licence plate went missing from a truck on Elsie Holmes Road in Wynndel. •A baseball bat was found on Kootenay River Road. •A rear decal went missing from a licence plate on 37th Street in Lister. •An assault was reported on Erickson Road. •When police investigated the complaint of a moving vehicle being shot at on Highway 95, it was discovered that the alleged bullets were rock falling off of a cliff. •RCMP responded to an issue between an estranged Erickson couple regarding a mailbox key. •Police searched for a subject who crossed the border on foot without stopping at customs, but the subject was not located. •RCMP received a complaint of an erratic driver on Cook Street, but the vehicle was not immediately located. It was, however, later involved in a single-vehicle accident on Crawford Street just after 12 a.m. on March 27. Both a female passenger and the male driver were extremely intoxicated; she stayed at the scene while the male driver was found walking home. The investigation continues with regard to possible charges. •A suspicious white truck in a 16th Avenue parking lot was a semi, in which the driver was catching some shuteye. •RCMP found everything secure when they responded to a business alarm on Devon Street. •Two suspicious vehicles were in the parking lot of a business on Helen Street, but police were called to more serious situation while en route. March 27 •Subjects consuming alcohol at a noisy party on Goat River Road were advised to keep it quiet. •A complaint on Ninth Avenue South regarding custody of children was turned over to the Ministry of Children and Family Services. •Police visited an elderly female who had reportedly been driving on 25th Avenue South — but in the wrong lane at 20 km/h. They explained their concerns and sent a letter to ICBC to request a review of the driver. •Three young girls were reportedly playing on the street and blocking people from walking down a Murdoch Street sidewalk. •A helicopter flying around shooting near Kitchener Road turned out to be conservation officers trying to net wolves. •RCMP were asked to check up on a subject recently released from the Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre to make sure conditions were being followed. •Police responded to a fight between a 15-year-old brother and his

13-year-old sister on Centre Road, and turned the situation over to the teens’ guardians. •The situation between two males in a fight at Lister party will likely be turned over to community justice to mediate. •A property representative attended a false alarm at a Canyon Street business. •RCMP responded to a 16th Avenue residential alarm and found the building was secure. March 28 •One rear licence plate was reported stolen and another was reported to have fallen off trailers on Northwest Boulevard. A rear licence plate also fell off a cattle trailer on 20th Street. •A vehicle was scratched on both sides on Cedar Street. •A driver who parked a 1996 Ford pickup behind the Royal Bank, returned from the bank to find a long gash in right rear quarter panel. •RCMP served an outstanding warrant on behalf of the Kelowna detachment to a subject on Ash Street. •A warning will be sent to the registered owner of car that was being driven erratically on Highway 21. •A resident on 11th Avenue North complained of receiving unwanted phone messages. •Traffic was reported to be bad on Hedstrom Road in Crawford Bay. •A subject who was stopped by Canada Border Services at Rykerts blew a fail on a screening device, and received a three-day driving prohibition. •An intoxicated female subject was provided with a ride to a safe location after a complaint of a disturbance on Highway 3A. •RCMP visited a Masuch Road residence to make a next-of-kin notification on behalf of the Calgary Police Service for a subject who died in Mexico. March 29 •A parenting issue between a mother and son on Highway 3 was referred to community programs. •A vehicle reported abandoned on 25th Avenue South belonged to someone staying with friends. •A 911 call was accidentally made from a credit card terminal at a Canyon Street business. •Eighteen Canada Post mailboxes on 28th Street were damaged, requiring $540 in labour to make repairs. The issue has been going on for several weeks. •A 911 call was apparently made from the junction of highways 3 and 21. •A single vehicle eastbound on Highway 3 ended up in the opposite lane’s ditch. There were no injuries, but the vehicle was damaged. •A parenting issue between a mother and her adult son on Third Avenue South was referred to community services. •A suspicious vehicle was reported to be in a Helen Street parking lot. March 30 •A rear licence plate was lost from a diesel truck on Goat River Road. •Juvenile females used lipstick to paint the boys’ washroom for an early April Fool’s joke at a Canyon school.

The incident will be handled by the school. •The police were called when a Beam Road Meals on Wheels customer had not picked up a previous meal from his doorstep. They investigated to find that 88-year-old William Brunton had died from natural causes. •A licence plate decal was reported missing from a vehicle on Canyon Street. •RCMP checked out a possibly counterfeit $10 bill at a Northwest Boulevard business, and found that it was valid. •A 911 call came through a cellphone tower on Riley Road, and RCMP found the original owner via the number. The number had been given up in November. •A vehicle and deer collided on Kitchener Road, and although patrols loated the deer, the vehicle was gone. •An issue of child custody on Ellis Road was, referred to the Ministry of Children and Family Serivces. March 31 •A mother called the police because her daughter was refusing to leave a 33rd Avenue party. When police arrived, she had already left. •Calls to 911 with no subscriber information came through cellphone towers on Riley Road and Regina Street. The Riley Road calls came in on and off all day. •Conservations officers attended the report of an injured deer on Highway 3. •A vehicle hit a deer on Highway 3, resulting in damage to the vehicle’s rear side window. •A property representative attended when police responded to a false alarm on 19th Avenue North. •The alarm at a church on 10th Avenue North went off when the property owner entered the wrong code. •A greenhouse was broken into on Northwest Boulevard, and a model 34 Stihl chainsaw was stolen. •No injuries resulted when a vehicle rolled over on Crawford Creek Road after the driver lost control. •Before police were able to make a well-being check on Wiebe Road in Wynndel, the person making the request called to say they had gotten a hold of the person. •After a consensual fight on Sixth Avenue North between two males, 22 and 27, smelling of liquor and marijuana, they were taken to the hospital. One was released to police custody and the other was kept for observation. April 1 •A suspicious vehicle in a Corey Road driveway turned out to be a neighbour having problems with a vehicle. •Trail cameras were reported stolen from Muzzy Road. •Video footage recorded two males prying the lock off a container at a 20th Avenue South gas station, and then stealing four bottles of motor oil. •Very minor damage occurred when one vehicle backed into another on Devon Street. •An allegation of a 16th Avenue South subject breaching release conditions was unfounded, when RCMP found the subject had no such conditions.


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KCCS fundraiser features Pink Floyd cover band

is pretty much icing on the cake,” said Snow. Tickets to the benefit are $10, available at Black Bear Books, Kingfisher Used Books and at the door. The doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30. For more information, call 250428-2470.

BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

The Kootenai Community Centre Society is raising funds for its residential youth housing project, and helping out will be the Surrogate Band, a Pink Floyd tribute band featuring former Creston resident Micah Snow. The band is an ensemble formed at Nelson’s Selkirk College, where Snow is in the contemporary music program, and was a perfect fit. “There are different ensembles formed at college, and this year one of my teachers decided to start a Pink Floyd ensemble,” he said. “I’ve got all their albums and pretty much anything they ever recorded.” Surrogate will play at the Prince Charles Theatre on April 13, and will be joined by Creston’s own Nightshade, featuring Rick Potyok and Erich Schmidt on guitar, Jan MacDonald on bass and Neil Ripski on drums. The event will also feature a silent auction and door prizes, including a prize for the best 1970s costume. The 20-year-old Snow was born in Montana and moved with his parents, Susan and Gary, to Creston in the mid1990s, and although his father always played, the Surrogate guitarist-vocalist didn’t try the guitar until he was 13. “I played sax for few years before I

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ever discovered the guitar, then all went downhill from there,” he said with a laugh. “What really inspired me to pick it was watching the Jack Black movie, School of Rock. I discovered bands like Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin through that and wanted to be those guys.” Snow has played over a dozen times in Creston, but next week’s concert marks his first time since 2010 and his first with Surrogate. “The feeling of being on stage and having the ability to really express your-

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self and have that many people into it,” are among his favourite things about performing, he said. “It’s almost like a high.” Joining Snow in the Surrogate Band are Steven Lee (keyboards, vocals), Pat McTaggart (bass guitar, vocals), Andrew McBain (drums) and Selkirk guitar program head Darren Mahe (lead guitar, vocals). The handpicked ensemble is looking forward to the fundraiser. “I figure if we’re going to be playing some music there, the fact that we’re going to be helping out a cause like that

Community Pride wants to refresh murals, register for Bloom contest BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor The student-painted murals on 10th Avenue North and around the Cook Street parking lot may not be around much longer. Coun. Jerry Schmalz relayed concerns from the Community Pride committee to town council at the March 27 regular meeting, and suggested that the murals, which are over 15 years old and showing signs of age, be painted over or replaced. “We would have council write a letter to the school district to find out if they are interested in enhancing them,” said Schmalz. “And if not, we are going to paint them over.” Coun. Judy Gadicke, a teacher at Canyon-Lister Elementary School, suggested waiting until September because of the current political climate in the schools, but the motion to contact the school district immediately was passed. Community Pride, which is funded by the town, also requested that the town spend $150 to register for Communities in Bloom, which, according to its website, is a “Canadian non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility and beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national program, with focus on the promotion and value of green spaces in urban settings.” Registering for the program and contest allows Creston to get advice on how to improve, and then be in stronger position to do it later. Council passed the motion to pay the registration fee, although not without some concerns. “Isn’t this a water hog?” asked Coun. Wes Graham. “There are a lot of drought-resistant plants,” Coun. Tanya Ducharme explained.

Town passes readings of five-year plan BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

Creston town council passed three readings of the town’s 2012-2016 financial plan at the March 27 regular meeting, following a presentation by finance and corporate services director Steffan Klassen. All three readings were passed by Couns. Joanna Wilson, Scott Veitch, Tanya Ducharme and Judy Gadicke, with Couns. Wes Graham and Jerry Schmalz opposing. “The only concern I have with the five-year plan is the cut to our grants-inaid,” said Graham. “Other than that, I think we’re moving forward in a positive manner.” “I felt we needed to be stronger and cut a little deeper in the process,” said Schmalz. If approved on April 10, the five-year plan would see a 12.5 per cent tax increase to homeowners’ gross tax bills at the end of five years, which covers a 36 per cent municipal tax increase due to the transfer of RCMP costs to the town when the 2011 census found the population was over 5,000. Taxation due to police costs starts with a 3.3 per cent increase this year, and a $1.1 million reserve fund will help smooth the tax increase more evenly over the next five years. Non-police core expenditures have been kept relatively flat, with no increase for 2012 and an average of 1.5 per cent increase each subsequent year for exist-

ing services. New increases can be made at council’s discretion. “All inflation is funded by cuts,” said Klassen. High priority projects were approved to go ahead as planned in 2012, and the town will spend $1,254,000 on vehicle replacement, traffic safety improvements, paving and chip sealing, and trails and sidewalks. The town’s water fund and sewer funds will see total budgeted expenditures increase 8.1 and 77.9 per cent, respectively, due to timing of capital projects (operating expenses are down 3.5 per cent for water and 3.4 per cent for sewer). Water spending includes projects being done on the Arrow Creek system, $20,000 being spent on the Water Smart program and $217,000 going toward pipe replacement and pressure reducing valves. Sewers will see $5,890,000 spent in 2012, with the majority being on the new waste water treatment plant upgrade, tagged at $4,540,000. Most of that budget was slated to be used in 2011, but construction was delayed until a more costeffective plan was developed. The next steps on the Town of Creston financial calendar are the committee of the whole tax rate review on April 3, adoption of the five-year financial plan bylaw and three readings of the tax rate bylaw at the April 10 regular meeting, and adoption of the tax rates bylaw on April 24. Tax notices will be prepared and mailed in May, and a public report will be presented in June.

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If the BC Utilities Commission rules, as is quite likely, that the installation of what are commonly known as smart meters, is fine for electricity providers, consumers could face a classic case of Hobson’s choice. After receiving copies of documents being forwarded to the commission by local residents, I took advantage of an opportunity recently and asked a FortisBC representative if residents will have to choose between allowing smart meters or having electricity in their homes. It would be the utilities commission’s decision, he said, but it does have the right to order electricity providers to offer an opt-out clause. Such an order seems unlikely to me, given that the premise for Fortis and BC Hydro’s plan to install the high-tech meters is to save costs. Customers who opt out would cost the utilities proportionately more to serve than they do now, because their systems wouldn’t be designed to provide alternatives. Thus, we are about to witness a showdown between companies that are literally directed by the utilities commission to keep consumer costs down and individuals who, for a variety of reasons, are vehemently opposed to having smart meters in their homes. Locally, Dr. Imme Askevold and Carol Ann O’Learo, and no doubt many others, have been waging a battle against what FortisBC refers to as advanced metering infrastructure. They have written letters to the BC Utilities Commission and gathered a massive amount of information, scientific and otherwise, to back their contention that the proposed meters are a bad idea.

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emitting meters will save costs by eliminating the need for door-todoor meter readers and also by allowing consumers to become more aware of their power usage habits, which they can then adjust if they want to save money. Part of the problem lies in my perception, at least, that every time a large corporation offers us a cheaper solution to something, it never seems to translate into more dollars in our pockets. Shareholders and Lorne Eckersley executives seem to be the major beneficiaries. That after citing health concerns based on might not quite be the case with a science. “Crestonites are not the only utility, which is highly regulated to community concerned about these the point of its ability to make profmeters.� its, but it’s easy to sympathize with O’Learo has told the commission a wary public. that she will not allow a smart meter The rights of the individual have to be installed in her home. taken a severe beating in the last “Please be notified that there will decade or more and it seems like not be a ‘smart meter’ installed at only a matter of time before citizens the address of Ms O’Learo,� she begin to say enough is enough. writes. “I’m sure you are all well Consumers will argue that just aware of the dangers of EMF (elecbecause they want or need to purtromagnetic field) waves emitted chase a product or a service, it from these meters —as if we aren’t doesn’t follow that they want more inundated with enough of them and more intrusion into their peralready via cellphones/towers, sonal lives. It’s a hard point to Wi-Fi networks, etc.� argue, whether or not one believes I’m not a scientist or a medical in the scientific validity of their doctor, so I’m not in a position to arguments. analyze the situation with any reliFreedom of choice is a commonability. But I do know that perceply heard argument. It will be fascition is important and if one believes nating to see whether the BC one is being exposed to harm, that Utilities Commission, ostensibly at belief can have a huge negative arm’s length from the government health effect. It’s no different than and utility providers, and indepenthe well-documented positive effects dent in its decision-making powers, of placebos. rules that the only choice — FortisBC, like BC Hydro, which Hobson’s Choice — to B.C. resiprovides electricity to most of the dents is to have power delivered to province, argues that the old their homes or not. mechanical meters are outdated and Lorne Eckersley is the publisher of must be replaced, and that the datathe Creston Valley Advance.

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Dike issue a conflict over area’s policy To the Editor: In response to Lorne Eckersley’s opinion pieces (“Blockages a barrier to support,” March 15 Advance, and “Lake not accessible to all,” March 22 Advance) on the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (CVWMA), I would like to begin at a point where we can all agree: We have a 17,000-acre treasure in this valley that is a migratory pathway for numerous waterfowl and home to many creatures, some listed as endangered species and others at risk. The act governing the CVWMA is clear: “The Creston Valley wildlife management area is continued for wildlife conservation, management and development of its wildlife, and is held by the government in trust for those purposes.” It is not surprising that differences of opinion will occur when the priorities of habitat management and operational responsibilities bump up against the varied interests of people who appreciate and enjoy the wetlands. We welcome constructive criticism, but criticism is hard to take when facts are distorted. For example, the caption under the photo on your website reads: “One of several barriers to access on the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area’s dikes.” For the record, this dike does not belong to the CVWMA. It is owned by the Duck Lake Diking District (DLDD). The authority for the management of this dike and its access rests with the DLDD. It’s worth noting that this dike does not restrict general access to Duck Lake; it simply restricts vehicle access to a small portion of a dike. The petition referred to in the article is an appeal for more vehicle access on all CVWMA dikes, and, although it doesn’t specifically state this, on all DLDD dikes as well, so that people can drive around Duck Lake and can have access to Leach Lake via the old Summit Creek campground. The CVWMA’s policy is that it should limit vehicle access on all dikes, to the extent possible, for environmental, ecological, financial and dike integrity reasons. This policy was taken after careful consideration; it was decided that the protection of wildlife and the prevention of further damage to the dikes took precedence over vehicle traffic. Both the authority and the staff believe that this policy accords with sound wetland management based on experience and the considered expertise of wetland scientists, Ducks Unlimited and independent researchers throughout the world. It is a defensible, scientifically-based policy that is consistent with the requirements of our act. When policies conflict with what others would like to see, management teams are going to be seen to fail in the eyes of those who have an opposing view. Communication is indeed important and we welcome and encourage residents, including the publisher of the Advance, to visit us any time to discuss concerns. Our willingness to discuss these issues is illustrated by our meetings with the Creston town council, the Creston Valley Rod and Gun Club, the Rotary club and with our Regional District of Central Kootenay director. More recently, the provincial representative on the authority met with Gordon and Barb Olgivie, the initiators of the petition; this was followed by a detailed letter explaining our policy. In addition, we regularly submit articles regarding projects and habitat mainte-

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nance to the Creston Valley Advance and I Love Creston. We routinely send out over 5,000 newsletters by regular mail and email to those who have expressed an interest in receiving them. We have a new website and a Facebook page, which are continually updated with current information and we respond promptly to all enquiries. My point is that this is not a communication issue but a disagreement over policy. It is not possible to please everyone, and at times it may be that the best we can do is to agree to disagree. But I would like to end by returning to the beginning. We have a world-class wetland in the Creston Valley, and If we work together we can ensure that this treasure will be here for the enjoyment of our children and grandchildren and for all those creatures that make this their home. Richard Dalon CVWMA CEO

Dikes restrict access to local nature To the Editor: I want to thank Lorne Eckersley for his column (“Blockages a barrier to support”) in the March 15 Advance regarding the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area’s policy change to dike access that excludes vehicular traffic. I, too, believe “light sightseer-type” traffic would not compromise dike structure. The Duck Lake restrictions impede the enjoyment of many of all ages. Here I wish to remind of one group in particular. Our valley has a large retired population, many of whom find pleasure, healing and soul-searching when exploring this valley’s rich wildlife habitats. For some, access to nature, including the CVWMA, was impetus for choosing this place as home. I am an avid birder and self-declared naturalist. I am also getting older, with a mind that thinks I can walk and hike as when young, and a body that often does not follow. Vehicle reconnaissance accompanied by intermittent foray answers to this discrepancy. Yes, there will be those few prone to illegal activity — and one doesn’t have to be a mathematician to know that the wildlife area’s two or three paid employees, no matter what their expertise, is not a “policing” agency. Expecting biologists to be so engaged would be counterproductive to a sane job description, not to mention expertise. Barring vehicles, however, will not stop bad behaviour — the CVWMA’s barrier raises defence for the marijuana growers. Access to Duck Lake dikes is easy by boat. Those with criminal intent gravitate to places “safe” from prying eyes. In that respect, dikes devoid of slowwheeled traffic (often binocular toting) and a subsequent lessening of foot traffic, except in those predictable areas in close proximity to the barriers, can only be helpful to this type of individual. I believe the adage is, “Locked doors only keep out honest people.” The vast majority of users not only have great respect and integrity for the natural world, but they are often quite knowledgeable and continually inquisitive of such, tend to be eyes and ears that notice and report disruptions from the norm and, as well, tutor others of nature’s intrinsic beauty and value. Imagine such an asset at CVWMA’s disposal — an unpaid, self-sustained, self-motivated citizen based “police” force (of all ages) who “work” seven

days a week including holidays — and are mobilized only by being given a feeling of acceptance, comradeship, respect and recognition! The CVWMA mandate, written in their 2004 habitat management plan, was forged with strong public consultation. It states that access to Duck Lake can be by vehicle from the western edge and from the Sirdar side. Access change to any part is not justified without adequate reason that is explored with public input. Sharon Laughlin Lister

More care needed by dog owners To the Editor: I am writing this to you because of an incident that happened the night of March 8 that has left me heartbroken and distraught. This happened in the 1200 block of Birch and 14th Avenue. I know that this town has bylaws against dogs roaming free, yet this night in question someone’s dog or dogs killed my cat. She was in her own yard when this happened. She was not antagonizing these dogs; she was doing her business. This dog or dogs were brutal and swift. With one shake they broke her neck. My question is, why wereNOW these dogs allowed to roam free at night? Are you, RECYCLING the owners, so lazy that you cannot take LEAD your dog out to do its business? You have left my heart shattered. ACID Thank you so much for your inconsiderVEHICLE ate behaviour. Because of you I have lost my best friend. And, yes,BATTERIES I am angry. Do you, as the owner of this dog or dogs in question, realize what will happen if this is allowed to continue? Dogs when left to roam will eventually start to form a pack. Once these dogs get this pack mentality, they will start to bring down bigger and bigger prey. Next time, it may not be someone’s pet, and the next time it could be someone’s child. Wake up, dog owners, please. I beg you. Keep your dogs in at night. Just because no one is up at this time in the morning does not mean your dogs are not causing problems or heartbreak. Maggie McGregor Creston

Meetings needed about taxes To the Editor: After a number of letters to the editor, public meetings (like the one on March 13 in the West Creston Hall with Creston and District Community Complex manager Randy Fediuk, hosted by Regional Dsitrict of Central Kootenay Area C director Larry Binks) and getting very positive feedback from valley residents, I believe we are ready for action. What I have in mind is a set of meaningful (and I mean meaningful) public meetings, no fewer than two, perhaps as many as four. In attendance should be area A, B and C directors, the mayor, the rec centre manager and RCMP staff sergeant, and possibly Columbia Basin Trust and Gleaners society representatives. See REC, page 8

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Honey is a sweet, versatile substitute for sugar Honey is another local product that we’re very fortunate to have a good supply of in the valley. Honey, as long as it’s

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in solid form, stirred into hot drinks or spread on toast or crackers. Honey should not be microwaved as this will heat it too much, killing enzymes and changing the flavor, but it can be warmed by setting the container in warm water until the honey liquefies (be careful not to put cold glass into hot water as it will break). Honey is slightly sweeter than typical sugar, so when replacing sugar in recipes the amount of honey can be reduced. Keep in mind that honey is a liquid, though, so when baking, the amount of dry ingredients to liquid ingredients will need to be changed, as well. Baked goods that contain honey also brown faster than baked goods made with different sugars and sweeteners. You can reduce this by reducing the baking temperature by 25 degrees and increasing the baking time. Keep in mind that darker honeys will have more flavor, while honey that is lighter in color will be the mildest in flavor, so some will be better for certain dishes or baked goods than others. There has been a lot of attention put on honey lately, because of the amount of “fake” honey being sold. Some honey comes from bees that are just fed plain sugar or processed corn syrup. The resulting honey is no better than refined white sugar because that’s where it came from. This is just more reason to support local beekeepers so that you know where your honey is coming from. While it’s still beneficial to choose honey over sugar in cooking and baking, it is best to consume some raw for the health benefits. We enjoy it stirred into plain yogurt, mixed with peanut butter or

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No-Bake Cherry Almond Granola Bars Makes 10-12 small granola bars 3/4 C crispy cereal (look for whole grains with very little if any added sugar) 3/4 C puffed grain cereal (such as puffed wheat) 3/4 C old-fashioned rolled oats 2 tbsp ground flax seed 1/3 C roughly chopped dried cherries (or other dried fruit chopped into small pieces) 1/4 C raw honey 1/2 C natural almond butter (or natural peanut butter; for a nut free option use sunflower seed butter) 1 tsp vanilla pinch salt 1/2-1 tsp cinnamon

Prepare an 8x8 pan by lightly oiling it, or just lining with wax paper. In a bowl, mix the cereals and oats. Set aside. Warm the honey and almond butter slightly if it’s not already liquid at room temperature. Mix in the ground flax, vanilla, cinnamon and salt. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix very well. Press the mixture into the pan and flatten with the back of a spatula. Place in the fridge till firm, carefully remove from the pan and very carefully cut into bars. The bars may break and crumble slightly, just press back together. Wrap individually, place inside a sealable bag and store in a cool place, either the fridge or freezer. Heidi Bjarnason is a Creston Valley mom and blogger. For more recipes, ideas, pictures and kid friendly ideas and food, visit Fooddoodles.com.

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From page 7 Prior press announcement would ensure good all-inclusive attendance. Short, three- to five-minute presentations by Fediuk, RDCK representatives and myself (to bridge possible bias) could be followed by questions, ideas and suggestions from the public. That could be led by our hero trio, Jesse Willicome, Tamara Fox and Joanne Ferry (who saved the day during last election by hosting an excellent public forum with candidates). The aim would be to find and implement steps that will lower the tax burden on residents and fill the rec centre with kids and adults alike. The first meeting should be a fact-finding and idea-gathering mission. Following meetings would select the best workable options, test and implement them. If wide consensus is found, a binding resolution would be most helpful. In order to make meetings more attractive and to promote the rec centre to the public, a loonie happy hour for kids, friends or relatives of those in attendance would help, as well. In the worst case scenario, if there is no solution, the public will exactly know where we stand. In the best case, we will prove that in this greedrun world there are still people who care about fellow citizens and are ready to work for common good. If we make it work, our model can help other rec centre facilities in a similar situation. Vladimir Certik West Creston


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Places of CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST (Mennonite)

1152 Hwy 21 N.

250-428-9079

CRESTON BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Worship - 11 am

2431 Ash St.

250-428-7547

VALLEYVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Service - 11 am

234 - 36th Ave. North

250-428-4861

REDEEMER LUTHERAN Praise 9:30am Sunday Worship -10 am

315 - 15th Ave. North

250-428-9100

GLAD TIDINGS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Sunday Worship - 10:30 am

2408 Cedar Street

250-428-7418

TRINITY UNITED CHURCH Sunday Worship - 10 am

128 - 10th Ave. North

250-428-4015

ST. STEPHEN’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday Service - 10:30 am

306 NW. Blvd

250-428-9745

HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH Sat. Service 5 pm, Sun. Service 10:00 am

128 16th Ave N

250-428-2300

ERICKSON COVENANT CHURCH Sunday Service 11 am ericksoncovenant.ca

6017-Canyon/Lister Rd

250-428-4174

Anglican Christ Church (Episcopal)

Sunday Worship 9:30 am 422 7th Ave. North 250-428-4248

Take Me Home a P.A.W.S. project Call 250-428-7297

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Creston Valley Advance Thursday, April 5, 2012

Figure skaters bring home medals CRESTON VALLEY FIGURE SKATING CLUB Members of the Creston Valley Figure Skating Club took part in the Feb. 25/26 Rocky Mountain free skate competition in Cranbrook, with five bringing home medals. In the performance program, Emil Fabbro and Eva Nadler

Bowling BORDERLINE BOWLING March 19-26 Sunday Mixed Ladies’ single: Marion Rinas, 266. Ladies’ triple: Kim McTeer, 561. Men’s single-triple: Ralph McGunigle, 294-691. POA: Kelly Mehrer, 32. Monday Golden Age Ladies’ single: Marion Wilson, 204. Ladies’ triple: Josie Zewiec, 521. Men’s single-triple: Earl Ambrose, 260-661. POA: Marilyn Karpowich, 61. Monday Ladies Single: Liz Bryans, 266. Triple: Gin Bergman, 678. POA: Bryans, 156. Wednesday Matinee Ladies’ single-triple: Yolanda Marshall, 211-509. Men’s single: Doug Rea, 243. Men’s triple: Earl Ambrose, 607. POA: Marshall, 83. Wednesday Mixed Ladies’ single: Verna Proud, 240. Ladies’ triple: Gin Bergman, 636. Men’s single-triple: Ralph McGunigle, 264-694. POA: Irv Miller, 89. Thursday Golden Age Ladies’ single-triple: Marlene

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received bronze medals, and Avery Dyer, Alison Olson and Ashtyn Maki earned silver. Kyaln Maki placed ninth in the pre-preliminary round, Rylee Christson placed sxth in the introductory interpretive section, and Timothy Thom placed second in open elements and fifth in silver interpretive.

McGunigle, 215-564. Men’s single-triple: Ralph McGunigle, 238-656. POA: Lorraine Wade, 67. Youth Bowling Dinos Girls’ single: Cassidy Wood, 102. Jets Girls’ single-double: Raya Terrill, 95-189. Boys’ single-double: Jackson Barker, 93-178. POA: Oakley Ahlefeld, 50. Bantams Girls’ single-triple: Brooke Bergman, 150-352. Boys’ single-triple: Brayden Bradbury, 168-454. POA: Bradbury, 58. Juniors Boys’ single: Gregory Viers, 167. Boys’ triple: Abe Smith, 417. POA: Patrick Kusnir, 27. Seniors Girls’ single-triple: Kelsey Speiss, 188-484. Boys’ single: Curtis Mayne, 190. Boys’ triple: Dakota Maatz, 455. POA: Maatz, 5. Special Olympics Three Games Ladies’ triple-single: Kathy Schmidt, 211-553. Men’s single-triple: Steven Sterling, 199-511. POA: Schmidt, 70.

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Two Games Ladies’ single: Heather Dugdale, 164. Ladies’ triple: Sandy Rauchert, 223. Men’s single-double: Bruce Berrington, 145-265. POA: Berrington, 47.

Seniors CRESTON VALLEY SENIORS ASSOCIATION Whist scores from March 21: Ladies: Pauline Bullee, 41; Sally Malner, 30; Kay Heffner, 30. Men: Marion Mandryk, 40; Art Stach, 38; Floyd Adams, 30. Cribbage scores from March 23: Ladies: Leona Bredy, 835; Pauline Bullee, 830; Marion Kahlman, 822. Men: John Putzi, 821; Don Schwab, 820; Chris Havstein, 809. Dart scores from March 26: Ladies: Darlene Thompson, 112; Pauline Bullee, 79; Lynn Coates, 74. Men: Don Schwab, 103; Ray Pederson, 92; George Wiebe, 90. Whist scores from March 28: Ladies: Kay Heffner, 31; Cora Stach, 29; Sally Malner, 28. Men: Stewart Douglas, 38; Marion Mandryk, 36; Harold Standen, 33. Lows from March: Fay Moore, 19; Arts Stach, 13.

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Over 150,000 visit rec centre in 2011

“If you build it, they will come.” — Field of Dreams (1989)

account for everyone else that uses the building — the curling centre, junior hockey, minor hockey, figure skating, room rentals, swim club, So, we have built it. Now who exactly is com- minor ball and soccer, etc. — the estimated total ing? We finally got a chance to crunch some annual visits to the Community Complex in numbers on the place and, frankly, I was pretty 2011 was 153,000. That starts to explain why the surprised at the result. As mentioned before, you door hinges are loosening up and we are going intuitively know there through so much toiare a lot of people let paper. using the enhanced We can break that community complex number down a bit now, but tracking using user group where they are going membership numbecomes a bit more bers, facility bookcomplicated because ings, hourly head of the membership counts, averaged time system. spent in an area and Neil Ostafichuk As you may know, other methods. From with a membership that, we start to see pass or even a single-entry daily pass, you can where people are spending their time, which use a number of different areas in the building allows us to better strategize resources either to depending on what you feel like doing — or away from certain programs as required. Out swimming, fitness, skating — or you can do of the 153,000 estimated annual visits, 65,269 them all. So, here are a few numbers from 2011 ended up in aquatics, 20,000 in fitness, 54,360 in my best James Earl Jones voice: used rooms and arena, 8,085 to curling and There are approximately 1,300 members in a 5,500 to Physioworks and More. On top of that, variety of type and length of memberships. We Rotacrest Hall had an estimated 9,950 visits and also have 249 members in our leisure access the fields 5,400. program (low-income families or individuals) That gives a bit of an overview on 2011; one and free access to infants up to two years and thing to remember is that the fitness centre Golden Guests 85 years and older. Last year, didn’t open up until the end of February and there were 55,000 scans by members that just looking at the activity in the first couple allowed them to come and go throughout the months of 2012, that number will certainly day and use the facility as much as they want- increase this year. We also see longer-term ed. One-time users (non-member daily admis- memberships being taken as word gets out and sion) totalled 23,608. people realize the benefit they are feeling from Included in your daily admission or mem- using the place. bership is free access to over 30 drop-in proOne final bit of useless trivia to clutter up grams per week and we saw 10,774 attend those your mind — in 2011 we collected 27,662 quarin 2011. Registered programs (for which you ters from the coin lockers, which, if stacked, pay an additional fee) totalled 441 last year — would reach from one end of the curling rink to 283 aquatic programs, 90 fitness programs, 58 the other. For what it’s worth. general interest programs, 10 camps and special Neil Ostafichuk is the recreation supervisor at the events and cumulatively had an attendance of Creston and District Community Complex. 4,446. Those are just the programs we Follow the Advance online offer; user groups such as minor hockfacebook.com/cvadvance ey, the swim club, curling and figure twitter.com/CrestonAdvance skating offer their own programming, as well. Burned out yet? Too many numbers? But wait — there’s more! When you

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Copy of Hunger Games trilogy to be well-read If you haven’t read The Hunger Games or the other two books in the trilogy, Catching Fire and Mockingjay, and you are thinking of going to the movie when it arrives at the Tivoli, you might want to get on the reserve list fairly soon. There is always a jump on reserves when a book is made into a movie, and in this case, apparently a very successful movie. One of our staff members recommended the book to the rest of us long before hearing about the movie and those of us who read the books gave emphatic thumbs up and look forward to seeing the movie.

Another great book now on DVD recently acquired by the library is HBO’s Game of Thrones. I mentioned the book by George R.R. Martin in an

people involved. The look of the film is wonderful and with few exceptions, the casting, to my way of thinking was really well done. We had a list of reserves for Downton Abbey’s second season even before the DVD had left the warehouse, and it along with season one would definitely be listed as among our top ten circulation items right now. Just one more new Ann Day DVD addition to the collection I will draw attenearlier column as one I enjoyed tion to and that is the newest incarnaimmensely, but I had to print out a tion of Sherlock Holmes titled Sherlock. flow chart of the characters to keep The setting is now and the location is track of them. The distributors of the London, and there has been some care DVD have done that very thing for in adding some quirky touches to the viewers and enclosed a chart of the production that not only enhance the families that makes following along story but add another level of undermuch easier. The author shows no standing to the events. mercy in maintaining the lives or good Again, the library walls are graced health of any of his main characters with a delightful art show thanks to and there are a number of high profile Lori Wikdahl, the arts council co-ordi-

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Thirty-three, and condemned to die by crucifixion (only the “worst” of criminals were executed this way), Jesus was nailed to the cross by His hands and feet. Each nail was six to eight inches long. The nails were driven through His wrists, crushing or severing the median nerve, causing excruciating, searing “red hot” pain through His arms. His feet were nailed together. He was forced to support Himself on the single nail that impaled His feet to the cross. To breathe, Jesus had to painfully lift His sagging body with His legs. Imagine the pain, the suffering. Nails through His hands and feet. See and hear the hammer blows driving large nails through the wrist, and nailing the overlapped feet, and then the cross being dropped into a hole to stand it vertical. Jesus poured out His blood; Jesus gave His all, for you and me. Then there were the smell, the flies, the insects, the hot sun. And the humiliation of hanging naked before the taunting crowd. But before the nails, Jesus had been scourged so severely that it lacerated the flesh on His back. The crown of thorns cut deeply into His scalp. Blood ran freely down His face and beard. He

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nator, and Daryl Pompu and his daughter, Ashley, who are the featured artists. The pictures are in the main library along with the meeting room. They are definitely worth a special trip to the library. David Suzuki’s film, Tipping Point, will be featured three times in April, with the first one April 14 and then again on April 20 and 21. We have also added an events calendar to the library homepage where you can find times and dates for storytime, the Young Adult YXpress, films being shown and any special events the library might be having. The calendar is right above another addition to the homepage, and that is the computer question of the week. One of our less technology inclined staff members (but extremely skilled in the area of reader’s advisory) is supplying the questions right now and our tech staff is supplying the responses. Hopefully they will answer questions you might have. Ann Day is the chief librarian and the Creston and District Public Library.

also had to carry the cross piece of the cross to Golgotha, fainting under the exertion.

in agony on the cross, the Sabbath, when Jesus rested after His work of redemption (just as God did after creating the world in six days, thus the Sabbath, God’s chosen day of worship, is a weekly reminder of our Creator and n aster editation Redeemer and is douBy Pastor Ian Cotton bly blessed) and Sunday, when He arose triumphant over Creston death. Christianity would Seventh-day be nothing but an Adventist empty promise withChurch out Jesus’ resurrection. The Bible tells us how Jesus knew why he was dying to commemorate these days; the and He endured this excruciating precious rite of baptism by immerpain so that our dim senses can sion (see Romans 6). understand exactly how offensive Accept the reality, and the truth, sin is to God. So that our sins could that Jesus is the only way salvation be washed away. All of them, with for the world. God desires that all no exception! come to know Him in a personal The Bible declares that the Father way. If you have never received has given all heaven in the great gift Jesus' gift of Himself for your sins, of His Son to redeem the lost. you can start by praying a simple The cross! The cross! It tells us of prayer, such as: the depth and breadth of infinite “Dear Lord: Thank you for dying love, the greatness of the Father’s on the cross for me. I admit that I love. It reveals the astonishing truth am a sinner. I recognize that by that God the Father gave Himself in your life and death you paid the His Son, that He might have the joy penalty of my sins. Please come into of receiving back lost sinners. my heart and become the Lord of The most important three days my life. I will follow your perfect in history are that Friday, when will for my life. In Jesus’ name, Jesus made atonement for sin, dying Amen.”

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Spring is officially here and so is the start of the busy tourist season in the Creston Valley. The Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce operates the local visitor centre for the Town of Creston and Regional District of Central Kootenay areas B and C. Funded in part by the

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Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation, we are members of the BC Visitor Centres network and are available to provide people with tourist information, assistance and advice. Identified by the distinctive blue-and-yellow logo, we provide a wide range of visitor services, including professional visitor counseling, helpful travel information and literature, and accommodation reservations. Throughout B.C., visitor centres specialize in community information and provincial itinerary planning with friendly and personalized service. Last year, over 15,000 visitors come into the centre (located in the Armitage Building at 121 Northwest Blvd.) asking for directions, looking for accommodations and/or a place to eat, things to do and to use the public washroom. We keep daily records and report them back to the ministry. Tourists come from all over but predominantly from other parts of B.C., Alberta, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and central Europe (Germany, Austria and Switzerland). Visitor centres are often the first place of contact for tourists. We are constantly working to improve the visitor experience, pique their interest in the community and encourage longer stays. We have a rotating display of local

art in the building — currently the Wynndel Arts Centre has its works exhibited. We will also be a location of the annual Artwalk/ Artdrive. Last year, we added the large electronic message board outside so we can run community event notices around the clock. We added RV signage, encouraging RV traffic to stop and shop in the Creston Valley, and added free Wi-Fi. We just changed our display shelves inside, making it easier to browse through the brochures and local information. In March, we received a tourism grant and are adding a 3D map of the Columbia Basin, a big screen TV for showing local images, new potted plants and a bike rack for outside, and a baby change table. Annually, the chamber of commerce publishes, in partnership with the Creston Valley Advance, a comprehensive visitors’ guide magazine. The magazine includes maps, the ferry schedule, the Farm Fresh Guide and is a great introduction to our community. The 2012 Visitors’ Guide will be available this month. We constantly work with Hello BC, Kootenay Rockies Tourism and the International Selkirk Loop to keep information current. In January, KRT launched the Kootenay App, a mobile directory of things to see and do in the Creston Valley. Now, if we can just get some sunshine… Another sign of spring is the upcoming Home and Garden Show on April 20 and 21 at the Creston and District Community Complex. The Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce puts on this annual trade show. It is a great opportunity for local businesses to showcase their products, promote new lines, increase awareness and reach new customers. 3,000 people will attend the show. This year, we have partnered with Columbia Basin Trust and Home Hardware Building Centre. There are still spaces available. To book your booth, call the chamber of commerce at 250-428-4342. Jim Jacobsen is the executive director of the Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce.

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ment Area can afford. It doesn’t have extra monetary resources anymore and has to put some present projects, which are necessary, on hold. Personally, I believe the CVWMA’s rules of access to Leach Lake are the right call. The top (farthest in) half of the road systems in Leach Lake are incapable of handling vehicle traffic without quickly becoming quagmires. As it is now, they are excellent cycling, hiking and cross-country skiing roads. I encourage bikers to access the area. It is an easy and enjoyable ride. Keep up the good work, Cyril. You have been an excellent ambassador for the Creston area for many years. Pat Doyle Creston

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Town council discusses fire inspection licensing BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

Discussion continued at the March 27 Creston town council

meeting over a proposal to require private inspectors and installers of fire safety equipment to be certified by a provincial body. The proposal is part of an

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Moore said that those who are untrained often undercut professionals. “I think we can monitor it,” Moore said. “If we came to a point in 24 months that we felt it wasn’t going to work ... we could change it. But it’s hard for us to make them get certified if we don’t have the tool in place.” Regardless of cost, the fire code, he added, requires that the person performing this work be qualified to do the work. “It’s really about public safety and the belief that the people offering a public service should be certified,” Moore said. He has discovered several instances where unqualified inspectors have charged local businesses for an improper inspection. With 438 inspect-

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them to lobby more effectively at the provincial and maybe even federal levels,” said town manager Lou Varela. The East Kootenay memorandum signatories work to reduce fuel loads and wildfire hazard risks in forested areas surrounding the cities of Kimberley and Cranbrook, and the St. Mary’s Indian Band. The communities are co-signers of

At its regular March 27 meeting, Creston town council agreed to sign an addendum to a memorandum of understanding to provide moral support for regional wildland-urban interface bioenergy development opportunities. “It would be a way to allow

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able properties in Creston, the chance for a mishap — one fire has already occurred — is great. “It’s really about taking the onus off of our own fire staff and putting it out to a regulatory body,” said town manager Lou Varela. All agreed that communicating with Creston business owners was key to making the proposal work, and Ducharme suggested proving businesses with a “cheat sheet” to help identify reputable inspectors. “The biggest thing they have to ask for is that they’re certified” and have inspectors show their credentials and identification, said Moore. “We’re not targeting the local businesses. We really want to go after the service providers.”

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update to fire safety bylaws undertaken by Creston Fire Rescue. Bylaw 1774 passed its third reading on Tuesday night, with Couns. Tanya Ducharme and Wes Graham opposing. “I’m just a little nervous,” said Ducharme, noting that certification can be obtained by taking the required courses or by challenging the exams in an open book test. “I’m assured that the previous knowledge and training they have is what will pass the course,” responded Creston Fire Rescue Deputy Chief Michael Moore. “They have to provide proof that they have the experience.” Coun. Jerry Schmalz was concerned that it may be costprohibitive for businesses to hire certified inspectors, but

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the 2010 agreement, along with the Ktunaxa Nation Council Society, the Rocky Mountain Trench Natural Resources Society and the Nupqu Development Corporation. Creston’s support will help the organization to jointly work toward a funding proposal supporting the development of a wildland-urban interface fuels/ biomass inventory prediction model, the development of a regional bioenergy industry model and an analysis of bioenergy solutions to the interface fire hazard conditions adjacent to Cranbrook, Kimber-ley and St. Mary’s. Coun. Jerry Schmalz was concerned about the town showing sup1403 Erickson St. port for a First Nations group other than the local Lower Kootenay Celebrate Our Band. “I would be upset if Risen Lord we were looked at as supporting Cranbrook rather than our own band,” he said.

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CBT wants to expand Internet infrastructure BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor Through its Columbia Basin Broadband Corporation, the Columbia Basin Trust wants to provide the Internet throughout the region by means of an open access broadband network, CBT chief operating officer Mark Halwa told Creston town council at its regular March 27 meeting. With about a half-dozen interested parties in the audience, Halwa made a presentation that outlined the CBT’s plans for creating a network, which would allow both large providers, such as Telus and Shaw, and local service providers to offer customers a 100-megabyte/second connection. While large companies can offer high-speed services in larger centres, connecting small and rural communities doesn’t provide the necessary return on investment to make it worthwhile. But if the non-profit CBBC creates the infrastruc-

ture, those services will become possible. “They will be able to provide a better service through us,” said Halwa. The CBBC currently connects Golden, Trail and Castlegar, and will connect other communities — if those communities want it to — by using municipalities as the main hub for the local network. “We stop there, and private enterprise takes it from there,” said Halwa. “We’re here to enable service providers ... not take away from them.” There are currently 290 Internet service providers in the Columbia Basin; low bandwidth and a variety of services types are keeping a regional network from flourishing. The easiest way to deliver the product to Creston, he said, would be to bring it to the library, and then bury a conduit to connect the network to town hall. Once service providers are on the network, they can provide services to whomever they

Lower Kootenay Band to receive presentation From page 14 Varela assured him that the LKB would be receiving a special presentation on the matter. “They’re not being excluded from the process at all,” said Varela.

wish. Providers will have to apply to sell off the network, ensuring the most stable ones get to use it. As many as meet the requirements can get on board, allowing for greater competition. “In the end, that does benefit the consumer,” said Halwa. In many communities, connecting to the CBBC network will mean a bit of work — not every community has conduit in place waiting for this opportunity. Halwa suggested that municipalities should pass a conduit bylaw, so that when sewer or water lines are dug up for repair, fibre-optic conduit is buried with them. There has been a lot of interest in the network, Halwa said. “The very first things that get asked are, ‘How much is it going cost?’ and ‘When is it coming to my house?’ ” he said. And he’s looking forward to the day when the CBBC provides the backbone for Internet in everybody’s house. “Columbia Basin Trust will

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Roller derby wheels into John Bucyk Arena BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

Roller derby has been a sport for over 70 years, and it’s making a resurgence with East Kootenay women, with 70 members on four teams in Fernie, Kimberley, Cranbrook and Invermere. Hoping to encourage women from the Creston Valley to join the league, two bouts will be held at the Creston and District Community Complex on April 7. “It’s basically a revived, cleaned up sport,� said Dawn “Dawnimatrix� Burnham, captain of the Cranbrook team.

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Over 40 kids take part in science fair SUBMITTED

A successful annual Creston Valley Science Fair was held on Saturday morning, with 44 students from kindergarten to Grade 8 participating. Projects ranged from environmental to engineering to health sciences, researched by students from Adam Robertson, Erickson and Canyon-Lister elementary schools, Homelinks, Yaqan Nukiy School and School of Self Design. This year, Regan Sanderson and Carter Pelly won the Hallman Trophy for their physics experiment, “Put a Cap on it!” The organizers appreciate the efforts of the judges and the event’ sponsors, the Creston-Kootenay Foundation and Overwaitea Foods.

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(Above) Back row, from left: Mark Armstrong, Andrew Armstrong, Ashley Mottl, Hallman Trophy winners Carter Pelly and Regan Sanderson, Daniel Wensink, Megan Emary, Brynn Davis, Simone King; front row, from left: Malcolm Berry, Andre Beaucher, Isaiah Persad, Anna Knudsen. (Right) Dr. Jordan Catherall discusses a project while judging this year’s science fair.

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Doug Hale passed away on March 20, 2012. Doug is survived by his son Shane ( Wendy); daughter Lora-Lee Dodman (Rick); grandchildren Gary Larson (Lauren), Ashley Dodman (Steacy), April Dodman (Ben); great-grandchildren Colby, Nolan, and Chihero; parents Anita and Dick; brothers Jim (Loletta), Barry and Mel (Diane). He also has four nieces, three nephews and their families, and numerous cousins from the Heric/Hale family. Those that really knew him will remember.

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It is with great sadness that the family of Marcel Lamontagne announces the passing of their beloved Husband, Father and Papa on Monday March 19, 2012 at the age of 70 years. Marcel, the youngest of thirteen children, was born February 12, 1942 in Rockglen, Saskatchewan to Emile and Angelique Lamontagne. He began his schooling in the small French community of Lisieux, Sask. In 1951 the family moved to the beautiful Creston Valley where he fell in love with the mountains and developed his passion for the outdoors. He attended Wynndel Elementary and Prince Charles Secondary School in Creston. He left home at an early age to work at a logging camp in Northern Alberta and for Parks Canada. He returned to Creston at the age of 19 and began his employment at Columbia Brewing Company, a career that would span 45 years. He worked at many different jobs in the brewery and eventually found that he was happiest as a truck driver delivering beer locally and around the province. Marcel was a proud and dedicated employee who was always professional and supportive of his co-workers and a mentor to many over the years. In 1962, Marcel met, fell in love and later married Loretta Salvador on June 26, 1965. The couple would have celebrated 50 years of their lives together. He was a devoted family man to his wife, children and grandchildren and he will be dearly missed. He was an avid outdoorsman who spent his free time ďƒžshing, hunting, hiking, riding his quad and being at peace in nature. A favourite pastime was to spend a day in the woods cutting ďƒžrewood - the sound of a chainsaw was music to his ears. Over the years Marcel shared his knowledge of the outdoors with his family and friends. Marcel was predeceased by his parents Emile and Angelique Lamontagne; his three brothers Paul, Leo and Guy; ďƒžve sisters Bernice Iaci, Lillian Dash, Terry Chilson, Alice Fafard and Doris Ferguson, and his parents-in-law Louis and Olga Salvador. Marcel is survived by his loving wife Loretta; daughter Michelle (Tony) Dolinar; grandsons Jacob and Matthew of Armstrong, BC; son Greg of Wynndel, BC and granddaughters Emma and Myrriah. He is also survived by his sisters Marie Ridge of Kamloops, BC, Eveline Guest-Teich of Houston, Texas, Aurore Faucher of Rockglen, SK, and Joan Forseth of Langley, BC, along with numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. A private Family Service was held March 23, 2012. Donations may be made in Marcel's name to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Obituaries Ann Lois (Hook) Staples April 20, 1912 ~ October 2, 2011

Ann Staples passed away October 2, 2011 at Swan Valley Lodge, Creston, BC at the age of 99 years. Ann was born April 20, 1912 in Sandpoint, Idaho and lived there with her parents, Albert C. Hook and Anna Hook, a short time until they moved the family to Spokane, WA. She received all her education in Spokane, graduating from St. Augustine's Elementary School, Lewis and Clark High School, Kinmans's Business College, with a degree in Business Administration and was a graduate of Schultz's Beauty School. She also was a trained concert singer and performed many times in Spokane, and was a member of the choir at Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral. Ann lived and worked in Spokane until after the death of her grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Grady, when her mother and her siblings moved to Wynndel to take over the fruit orchard and property. Ann purchased a beauty salon in Creston and in December, 1941 she went to Vancouver to take her exams for her BC certiďƒžcate in beauty work. When she returned to Creston, she met and married her husband, Edwin "Ted" Palmer Staples on October 28, 1942. After his army service, they settled in Creston, where they made their home for the next 47 years. They had three children; Mary Ann, Lythe and Mark. Ted passed away in August, 1989 after a lengthy illness and Ann lived another 22 healthy, happy years with her two daughters. Ann remained close to her Catholic faith and enjoyed attending Mass until the last three years of her life, when her daughters brought her Communion, not only in her home, but also in Creston Valley Hospital and Swan Valley Lodge. She was a long-time member of the Catholic Women's League and also had volunteered for various charities and organizations in Creston and established the ďƒžrst choir in Holy Cross Church, during her life here. She also enjoyed travelling, reading, knitting, crocheting, quilting, needlework, gardening. and love of nature, which she joyfully passed on to her daughters. Ann took a great interest in the progress and successes of her children and grandsons. Ann will be sadly missed by daughters Mary Ann and Lythe; son Mark (Melody); grandsons Lance and Brent of Victoria; numerous cousins in the United States and her many friends. Ann's Funeral Mass was celebrated October 26, 2011 in Holy Cross Church, Creston. Interment took place November 1, 2011 in the family plot, Holy Cross Cemetery, Spokane, WA. We would like to thank Dr. John Griffeon for his care of our mother, the staff of Creston Valley Hospital and Swan Valley Lodge while she was a patient/resident there, and kudos to Candace Barnes, who went above and beyond in all the extras she did for our mother. Also, a big thank you to the staff of G.F. Oliver Funeral Chapel, for their kindness to us during the difďƒžcult time of the loss of our mother. PS: I would like to extend an apology to all for the lateness of this obituary notice. Grief has a way of holding one back from doing their duty. God Bless you all. Mary Ann Staples.

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CASUAL COMPUTER TECHNICIAN(S) School District #8 requires casual Computer Technicians for the Creston area.

The successful applicants will be required to join the CUPE Local 748 Union and have a Criminal Records Check.

at Kootenay Employment Services

Heavy Duty Machinery

Alfalfa Seed AC Blue “J”. Researched & developed for southern BC for disease resistance. Buy from the grower and SAVE! (403)377-2548

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Thursday April 12 9am-5pm

Pets 4YR OLD BEAGLE needs good home. Neutered, friendly, playfull & obedient. Best suited to country home/fenced yard $125. 250-428-3057

WANTED: RIFLES, shotguns, restricted weapons, reloading equipment, decoys or any other shooting related items. Fully licensed. Glen 250-428-6750

Creston, BC

JOB FAIR

Merchandise for Sale

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British Columbia Building Trades

for the Kitimat Modernization Project. Approximate Journeyman Cement Mason $31.82 This work will start 6/1/12. Please respond to this ad by 4/20/12. Please respond via email by placing Cement Mason/Finisher in the subject line to patton@bakerconcrete.com DL Baker Construction Canada is looking for Rodbusters in Kitimat, BC, Canada. Red Seal preferred. Rodbusters must be competent in rigging, shaking out & installing (tying) all types of reinforcement used in concrete. Must have basic knowledge of reading and understanding cut sheets and drawings for the reinforcing. Must be capable of signaling and rigging loads for cranes. Project Terms is Project Based Wages are in accordance with Project Labour Agreement between Kitimat Modernization Employer Association and the Coalition of British Columbia Building Trades for the Kitimat Modernization Project. Approximate Journeyman Rodbuster $36.27 This work will start 5/1/12. Please respond to this ad by 4/20/12 Please respond via email by placing Rodbuster in the subject line to patton@bakerconcrete.com

Please call 250-718-3330 or Fax: 1-888-679-0759

www.tolko.com

Natural Lights Gallery & Buchanan Studio of Music

Pets & Livestock

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Garage Door Services

Garage Door Services

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Gordon Hegland

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL NEW INSTALLATIONS REPAIRS & SERVICE STEEL-CRAFT DOORS


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Merchandise for Sale

Real Estate

Rentals

Rentals

Misc. for Sale

Tools

Other Areas

Apt/Condo for Rent

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Small used multi-purpose lathe Emco Maximat Super 11 incl threading, milling & drilling $3500 fixed. Been in use for producing test specimen for mechanical testing 352-9698

NOVA SCOTIA Rural water front lots for sale. Country living at its best. Three bedroom apartments for rent. 45 miles to university town. 1-902-5222343 www.sawmilllanding.com waterfront@bellaliant.net

CRESTON ATTENTION SENIORS Nikkyl Place Seniors APARTMENTS provides 2 meals a day house keeping,laundry & reg bus service. Wheelchair access main floor 1/bdrm units $1150/mo 2/bdrm $1250/mo. 250-402-9351

Property Management

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HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper? NEW LIFE FURNITURE & RECYCLING 114 NW Blvd. 250-402-0098 NEW HOURS Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm

Real Estate

DONATION PICK UPS Fri 2 - 4pm Sat 8 - 10am Call to arrange a pick up Interested in joining our team of great volunteers a few hours a week? Contact Amanda for more information Quality second-hand Furnishings, Appliances, Electronics & More! SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT

Acreage for Sale 1 HECTARE view lot in West Creston, creek, pond, some trees, level driveway, new well & new septic. 250-428-5559

Apt/Condos for Sale Creston - 2/BDRM CONDO, 1715 Hurl St. REDUCED to $119,000. Immed Occupancy 250-428-1452

Houses For Sale

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THE CHURCH

1913 Elm St. Creston BC Just east of PCSS

250-428-5975 OPEN MON, TUES & FRI

9AM - 3:45PM except holidays

Misc. Wanted WANTED MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Large floater suit, call Norm 250-4283419

Blossom Ridge Apartments 2/bdrm, steps from rec. centre and hospital. Full size kitchen, 5 appl. incl W/D. Spectacular Views! Handicap accessible, mature adult, $850/mo plus util. 250-428-2279(Creston) 250-254-0677 (Cell)

PARKVIEW MANOR 1 & 2/Bdrm Apartments Available now! N/S N/P Children OK 250-428-9560 Creston

Commercial/ Industrial Creston COMMERCIAL BUILDING

3600 sq.ft. of Retail Space

Located DOWN TOWN Excellent High Traffic Area Plenty of Parking 250-428-5240

Halls/Auditoriums Canyon Hall

Newly Renovated & Ready for your Events! Ask about the Small Hall Henri 250-428-8852 Canyon Park Reservations Shelly 250-428-3356

Creston 1,050SQ.FT. 2/bdrm. apartment $1,025/mo. incl.water, sewer, electric & gas util. Large covered deck. W/D, F/S, DW, window coverings, A/C. N/S,N/P,refs.required. 418-9th Ave.S. 403-835-8907 By appointment only. Creston - 1/BDRM APT $535 + elec. N/S N/P call 250-2540840 or 250-866-5789 Creston - 1/BDRM apts. For info call 250-428-2904, leave message. Creston - 2/BDRM CONDO style apartment. F/S incl. N/P. N/S. Located downtown. 250-428-5240. Refs req. Creston - 2/BDRM + DEN 50+ Condo, 5/appl, 2/decks, covered parking, NS, $850/mo + elec. DD & refs req. 250-4288727 Creston - 2/BDRM SUITE, avail immd. Responsible, quiet tenants only. 250-428-4918 Creston - SPACIOUS WELLKEPT 2/bdrm suite 55+ no pets. 250-428-2111 ERICKSON 1/BDRM walkout suite, great view, 5 appl, satellite & internet incl,small pet ok $800/mo incl. utilities. Avail. March 1. 250-402-9001

Creston - 2/BDRM 1/BATH Avail Feb 1. Shared laundry, 6 appliances $850 + 2/3 util. Call 780-402-2346 after 5pm. Creston 2/BDRM BASEMENT Suite 1/Bath, F/S D/W. Very clean & modern, walk to downtown & Park. N/S N/P $600/mo Avail Immed. Call Garret 250-402-9947 CRESTON 4-BDRM 4-bath executive home in Hawkview. NS. Appl incl. Pet negotiable. $1400/mo. 780-986-2775 HOUSE RENTALS coming soon. Contact Heather 250428-9040 or go to Creston Valley Realty Ltd to fill out a rental enquiry form.

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ROTACREST HALL RENTAL Special Occasions/Events Call 250-428-7127 For Information and Booking WEST CRESTON HALL and/or grounds available. Full kitchen facilities. Leona 250-402-6643 Visit www.westcreston.info

Homes for Rent

WAREHOUSE LIENS ACT

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Creston - 1/BDRM SENIORS Apt in down-town Creston $440-$535. W/D, Storage, Parking. NP/NS. 250-4289995 or 250-435-5999 2/BDRM 2ND FLOOR Apt. in Canyon. Available April 15. Coin-op Washer & Dryer on premises. $700/month + DD, utilities included. NS, NP, may consider a small pet. Please call 428-1998 for more info or to view. APARTMENTS for rent: Call Michele or Paulette 250-4282562 or 250-428-3096 BACHELOR suite. $450/mo. + DD, util incl. N/S; N/P, Refs. Mature tenant 250-428-2333

HILLCREST APARTMENTS Large Bright 2/Bdrm. 50+ Close to down town u/ground parking, N/S N/P. $725/mo. incl.heat, laundry 250-428-8458

Lots Erickson 1/ACRE CORNER LOT with fruit trees, beautiful view of the Skimmerhorn Mountains. Perfect site for building your dream home. $160,000. 250-428-1742

Mortgages

Mortgages

Janis Caldwell-Sawley

Mortgage Specialist Cell: 250-417-1336 janis.sawley@rbc.com

Flexible Appointments Serving the Creston Valley Subject to standard lending criteria of Royal Bank of Canada.

Place a classified word ad and...

IT WILL GO ON LINE!

Notice is hereby given to Willy Ens of Erickson, BC that steps as per the Warehouse Liens Act are in effect for the collection of monies on UNIT #68 at Arrow Mountain Mini Storage. The deadline for a response to this matter is on or before May 7, 2012 at 5:00 pm. Signed, Arrow Mountain Mini Storage, Box 1968, Creston, BC, V0B 1G0. 250-428-4673 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Re: The Estate of Jack Conrad Wigen, Deceased Notice is hereby given that creditors and others having claims against the estate of JACK CONRAD WIGEN, deceased, late of Wynndel, British Columbia, are hereby required to send them duly veriď&#x192;&#x17E;ed to the undersigned executor at P.O. Box 2040, 124 11th Avenue North, Creston, British Columbia on or before the 15th day of September, 2012, after which date the assets of the said estate will be distributed, having regard only to claims that have been received. JON MICHAEL WIGEN Box 40 Wynndel, BC VOB 2NO

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT For your Property Management

Rental & Sales needs Ingrid Voigt

RE/MAX Discovery Real Estate

250-428-2234,1-877-428-2234

Shared Accommodation Creston - UPSTAIRS BEDROOM & own bathroom. Shared Kitchen, Laundry downstairs. Located on 1/2acre w/large yard. $450/mo. 250-428-4233

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Scrap Car Removal

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Auto Financing

All Makes, All Models. New & Used Inventory. 1-888-229-0744 or apply on line at: www.kiawest.com (click credit approval)

2003 MAZDA PROTEGE LX Exc. cond. Silver 140,000 km. New fronts $4,275. Call 250428-3395

Creston - 1000 SQ.FT. SUITE Very nice avail May 1. Close to Kinsmen Park. Best suited for single person $675 incl/util, cable & laundry. 250428-8866

Transportation

Auto Loans or

We Will Pay You $1000

Cars - Sports & Imports

Creston - 1/BDRM SPACIOUS Bright modern above ground bsmt suite. Close to downtown. Ask for Marie or Paul. $700/mo + 1/2 util. 250428-0604 or 250-428-7019. Creston - MAY-OCT: Quiet Individual Only! Furnished bsmt. suite, 5 appl. internet sat tv. N/S N/P $600+D.D. 403-813-7911 SPACIOUS 1/BDRM suite New appliances super clean $600 incl utilities 250-8665566

Creston TOWNHOUSE/CONDO Adult only 55+ 2/BDRM, 2 bath, 5 appl. N/S, N/P $950 mo. 250-4023262

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Land Act: Notice of Intention to Apply for a Disposition of Crown Land FrontCoun nterBC Cranbro ook has accepteed an applicatiion made by thhe Regional District D of Centtral Kootenay, on behalf of th he Ministry of F Forest, Lands and Natural Resou urce Operationss (MFLNRO), Kootenay Reggion, for L Tenure forr the purpose of o an access roaad situated on a Crown Land Provincial Crown land neear Lister BC and a containing .75 hectares m more or less. The MFLN NRO file numb ber that has beeen established for f this applicaation is 4405210. Written comm ments concernin ng this applicattion should be directed ounterBC, 1902 2 Theatre Road d, Cranbrook, BC B V1C 7G1 or to FrontCo email to: AuthorizingAg A gency.Cranbroo ok@gov.bc.ca.. Comments w will be received by y FrontCounterBC until May y 3, 2012. Fron ntCounterBC m may not be able to consider c comm ments received after this date. Please refer tto our website htttp://www.arfd.gov.bc.ca/App plicationPosting g/index.jsp Äş Search Äş Search by File Numb ber: insert Lan nds File Numb ber for more n. information Be advised d that any respo onse to this adv vertisement wiill be considereed part of the publlic record. Forr information, contact c the FOII Advisor at thhe Ministry of Forests, Land ds and Natural Resource Opeerations regionaal office ook. in Cranbro


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EQUIPMENT â&#x20AC;˘ MACHINERY â&#x20AC;˘ CONSTRUCTION

Serving the Creston Valley

Shopa's Excavating Ltd.

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What Services do you have to OFFER?

EXCAVATION ROAD BUILDING LAND & SITE DEVELOPMENT LOGGING DUMP TRUCK EXCAVATOR

Call Sean at 250-428-9957 or 250-402-8135 (cell)

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â&#x20AC;˘ Licensed New Home Builder â&#x20AC;˘ Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ Concrete Work â&#x20AC;˘ Quality Assured

Tom Morris

call 250-428-2266

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Serving Creston Kootenay Lake

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Tip Top Chimney Service 250-919-3643 Sweeping the Kootenays Clean!

Serving the Creston Valley since 1984

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Journeyman All Aspects of Painting - Residential - Commercial - Interior - Exterior

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Serving The Valley Since 1986

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Creston Valley Advance Thursday, April 5, 2012

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RDCK board approves total tax increase of $6,000 BY GREG NESTEROFF Nelson Star

The Regional District of Central Kootenay board unanimously adopted its 2012 budget on March 22 with a negligible property tax increase. Only an additional $6,000 will be raised through taxes for general and rural administration. “We have more services and are spending more, but not increasing taxation,” chair John Kettle said. “We had surpluses and carried forward a lot of them.” Kettle says they discussed using those surpluses to further offset the $6,000, but rejected it based on the staff time required to adjust the 15 to 20 affected services. “Changing all of those to balance to zero would have cost us at least as much,”

Kettle says. “So we just adopted the budget as is. It’s basically a zero budget. We’re not taking any more and we’re doing the same job with the money.” Kettle says they could have given taxpayers a break, but opted to hang on to the extra money in anticipation of other expenses, such as a switch to a new accounting system and the search for a new administrator to replace Jim Gustafson, who will retire later this year. “We have some transitional things that we kept money back for so we don’t have to hit everybody with a huge tax increase if things don’t go our way,” Kettle says. He said cutting taxes now only to raise them again later “would be kind of like giving your kid a candy bar and then saying ‘Give it back.’ ” Kettle attributed the surpluses to conservative budget-

ing and prudent management. The overall financial plan is worth $57.9 million, compared to $50.7 million last year. Of that, $22.1 million will be generated through taxes, up about $470,000 over last year — an increase of 2.2 per cent. Different areas pay different amounts based on their service levels. Taxation accounts for 43 per cent of the regional district’s overall budget. Other revenue streams include user fees (14 per cent), senior levels of government (12 per cent), and prior year surpluses (eight per cent). Environmental services and recreation are among the areas that will see increased spending this year. Vice-chair Hillary Elliott says more dollars will also go toward resource recovery — formerly known as waste man-

agement — as part of a long-term plan. “The plan was to spend money to become more efficient, hopefully save money in the future, and redirect our waste more responsibly,” she says. “We intend to follow through and make sure it’s a better program.” It’s the second straight year the budget has been passed without opposition. But Kettle says that doesn’t mean reaching consensus was painless. “I’ve had wisdom teeth pulled that were easier,” he joked. “We

fight like cats and dogs, but when it came time to stand up as a team, we stood up.”

Budget highlights • Staff and BC Transit have been asked to re-examine transit service delivery and see if a different model might work better. • The board will hire a consultant to conduct a corporate review of the regional district • Provisions for three new waterfront parks and two more community water systems. • A two to three year software conversion project.

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8th ANNUAL Internet & Radio AUCTION Nearly 300 items up for bid ! Watch for the Rotary flyer in your mailbox mid-April

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Each Royal Canin facility runs many tests on each raw material used in pet food. Near-Infrared spectroscopy is only one of the many ways the ingredients are tested. When a truckload arrives at the factory, its load is checked against a reference sample of that ingredient. The truck is not allowed to unload until this screen is performed. If there is any difference from the reference sample the entire truckload is rejected. Three infractions by the same supplier will result in the end of their contract. Stringent standards are in place to give the best quality products free of contamination by toxins. New technology is the Nitrogen flush which ensures the food will be as palatable and fresh as the day it was made.

“We are driven by our commitment to providing dogs and cats with the best nutrition possible based on scientific evidence.”

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Items won can be picked up at the Creston & District Community Centre on Thursday April 26 • 10am to 7pm. Payment in cash, cheque, and Visa are accepted. All proceeds go to Creston Rotary Club Community Projects


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