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Workshop focuses on watershed PAT KELLY Boundary Creek Times Reporter

Rethinking Our Waterways, a one-day public workshop focusing on a management plan for the watershed, was held at the Rock Creek Fairgrounds last Friday. Graham Watt, project co-ordinator of the Kettle River Management Plan (KRMP) is under contract with the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) to oversee the production of the plan. There are two regional district Karaoke starts 8:30 pm committees inLast Saturday of every month volved. Area E Rural Director Bill Baird is chair of the Kettle River Steering Committee and Area BARRY POPPENHEIM C Rural Director Grace McGregor is chair of the Kettle River Study Stakeholder Committee, which includes A Trusted Name the participation A HouseSold Word of some 30 inCell (250) 449-8276 terested citizens barrysells@shaw.ca who will assist http://m.clikbrix.com/t/2031 in the planning. The planning department of the regional district and other government offices are also assisting the project. “Today gives 0 24543 16681 8 us a broader per-

spective on what people’s concerns are, how active they want to be, what they see as the issues, what they see as the answers to the issues,” said McGregor. A draft State of the Watershed Report was released last June, bringing together the known technical data on the watershed. It is available online at kettleriver.ca Phase 2 of the watershed management planning process will see the rest of this year spent gathering an understanding of watershed issues, values and visions through public meetings and surveys. The first half of 2013 will be spent developing goals, objectives and priorities, while the latter half of the year will see recommendations developed. A draft Watershed Management Plan is due to be published during the first three months of Residents from throughout the watershed came together in Rock Creek last Friday to help develop the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan. 2014, followed by three Basin Water Board (online at obwb.ca). is voted on. He anticipates the draft bemonths of implementation planning. His focus was on helping identify who ing ready for comment in the spring, with Last Friday’s workshop was entitled Rethinking Our Water Ways, taken from was missing from the room, but should be it going before the House in the fall of 2013. a 2011 document of the same name pub- involved in the plan. After lunch Watt led some exercises to Those who didn’t attend still have an lished by the Fraser Basin Council (FBC). opportunity to give the steering and stakeFBC’s Senior Program Manager Steve identify and brainstorm specific issues. Boundary-Similkameen MLA John holder committees the benefit of local inLitke shared the experiences and insights of the 15-year-old non-profit group. More Slater was in attendance and, when asked formation and local ideas about how to information is available from fraserbasin. about the current status of the Modern- move forward. A survey was delivered to izing the Water Act initiative, said that every mailbox in the watershed earlier this bc.ca or rethinkingwater.ca Another speaker/facilitator at the Fri- legislation is being drafted but he vowed month. The survey, with a deadline of Nov. 16, day workshop was Nelson Jatel, water he intends to make sure it will be released stewardship director with the Okanagan to all stakeholders for comment before it is also available online at kettleriver.ca.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR Thursday-Friday, Oct. 18- 19: Free Literacy Tutor Training at the Rock Creek Medical Centre; 9:30 a.m.â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4:00 p.m. Contact Sheila Dobie- Community Literacy Coordinator 250-584-4109 or email sdobie@cbal.org Friday, Oct.19: Greenwood Seniors Tea from noon to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19: Sunshine Valley Community Services and Community Living BC free family-friendly dance from 7-9 p.m. at Seniorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Centre in GF City Park. Food bank donations appreciated. Saturday, Oct. 20: BC Lupus Society video conference at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital in Trail from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Registration deadline Oct. 15 at 1-866-585-8787. Saturday, Oct. 20: Boundary Historical Society AGM at 1:30 p.m. Selkirk College Room 2 (Upstairs). Parking on 72 Ave. Enter from main door. Saturday, Oct. 20: Annual Boundary Dog Sled Association Fowl Supper from 5-8 p.m. at Seniorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hall by Grand Forks City Park. Sunday, Oct. 21: Westbridge crib at community hall beginning at 1:30. Tuesday, Oct. 23: 20th Anniversary and Small Business Week Celebration. Upstairs in the Grand Forks Curling Club from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2: Brain Wellness: the Secrets of Longevity with Gary Anaka at West Boundary Elementary at 9:30 a.m. $10 plus a nominal charge for lunch by local food sharing. Tickets at Rags and CVS in Rock Creek and at Midway library. Saturday, Nov. 17: Now booking tables ($20 each) for Greenwood Libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 31st annual Arts & Crafts Fairat McArthur Centre. Contact the library Mon-Wed-Fri noon-5 p.m. 250-445-6111 or greenlib@shaw.ca REGULAR EVENTS: Mondays: Rock Creek Guiding Unit from 3:30 to 5. Info Linda Sheppard 250-445-6718. Mondays: Midway Art Club meets from 2 - 4 p.m. Info: 250-449-2673. Mondays: Pokino at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts at 1 p.m. Mondays: Legion drop in crib at the Greenwood Legion 7 PM start. $3 for the evening. Monday - Saturday: Drop-in social at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, Mon/Wed/Fri - 9-11 a.m., Tues/Thurs/Sat - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday & Thursdays: Free Yoga Classes, 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:30 pm at Greenwood Elementary. Must register with Selkirk College. For more info call Diane 250-445-6364 First & Third Monday: Midway Village Council meeting; 6:30 p.m. with a delegation or 7 p.m. if none. First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Second Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 250-446-2210 or 250-446-2302. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-445-6734; or Shirley 250-445-9908. Third Monday: Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the WBES library at 6:30. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Rock Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. Info: 250-4462624. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8:00 pm. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. $55 for uniform; lessons are free. Instructor Bo Macfarlane. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club meets from 10 a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3 p.m. In McArthur Centre. First Tuesday: Elks #493 monthly meeting at the Slavonic Hall in Grand Forks at 7pm. Info: 250-442-2856 or 250442-4276. Second Tuesday: Greenwood Board of Trade meets at 7 p.m. upstairs at City Hall. Wednesdays: Oct. 17-Dec. 12: Storytime for preschool children at Greenwood library from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Ages 3-5 years with parent or caregiver. Wednesdays: Boundary Guiding Unit Midway. Info Elaine Fromme 449-2309 or Sue Fielding 250-445-9955 Wednesdays: Greenwood & District Business Assoc. meeting. Anglican Church at 7 pm. 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Info: 250-446-2465. Last Wednesday: West Boundary Senior Housing Society meeting at 7 pm in Parkview Manor Midway. Thursdays: Singing Kettles choir group meets for practice - 4 p.m. at St Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church in Kettle Valley Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club First Thursday: Rock Creek Medical Society meets at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the clinic. First & Third Thursday: Food bank at the Evangel Chapel at 11 a.m. Donations welcome. Info 250-445-2125. Second & Fourth Thursday: Kettle River Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Medical Clinic boardroom at Rock Creek. Thursdays and Fridays: Midway Summer Reading Club at the library. 10â&#x20AC;&#x201C;11:15 a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Age 4 to 10. Fridays: Bingo at Greenwood Community Hall. Doors open 5 p.m., early bird 7 p.m. Progressive jackpot. Fridays: Coffee at Midway Seniors Centre from 9:30 - 11. Fridays: Greenwood Legion 8-ball Tournament at 7 p.m. $2 per person - $1 to Legion & $1 to the pot, winner take all. 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A public meeting was called by West Boundary residents complaining of lack of access to the books of the Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association.

Fair concerns detailed Requests for information denied, Haines alleges

Rock Creek resident Gerald Feist welcomed some 58 people to what was billed as a community information and consultative meeting concerning the Rock Creek and Boundary Fair board issues on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Chair for the meeting was Bud Alcorn of Osoyoos. Among his list of qualifications for the job as read by Feist was his record as moderator for municipal, provincial and federal elections in his home community. Also at the front table were two past fair presidents, Mary Lautard and Art Harfman, plus Tom Haines, Bill Bosovich and Lisa Sims. “This meeting is about the arbitrary disenfranchisement of regular voting members and all of you – the community,” said Lautard. Rock Creek resident Tom Haines read an eight-page statement tracing the chronology of the troubles that have beleaguered the fair board since February when a request was made to see the financial records of the association. Haines called the information in his presentation factual. “Meaning that it can be backed up by hard copies of documentation in the form of either emails or letters or published documents,” he said as he offered copies of the documentation. He later told The Times that some 30 copies had been taken. It took Haines 25 minutes to read the statement, which claimed that on at least six occasions since February requests to see the financial records have been denied. “Since so much documentation and records

are missing,” says Haines, “the bank statements and cancelled cheques obtained in April ARE the financial and accounting records of the past two fiscal years. “This is the information that the members are entitled to view as per the Society Act and fair bylaws, and this is the information that the board of directors continually refuses to provide.” Alcorn said that decisions would have to be made in a properly constituted meeting of the fair association. But he did offer some suggestions: • The books should be audited if only by an audit committee made up of members. • A total review of the bylaws should be done. • The treasurer should sit as chair of the budget committee rather than the vice president. • Signing authorities should be set in the bylaws. “It’s very simple, bank statements and cheques – provide that, we’ll do a report and that’s where it ends,” said Rock Creek resident Pierre Sinclair, who has been calling for access to the books since last February. Alcorn said the meeting was very orderly that it “certainly put together enough information to give you a good insight into what has been going on.” Sitting board member Dale Pownall rose at the end of the meeting to challenge Alcorn’s impartiality, calling him misinformed. The fair board was next scheduled to meet on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

School increases athleltic fees

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Grand Forks Gazette Reporter

Boundary Central Secondary School (BCSS) will be adding an additional $25 to their school fees for student athletes. The fee was added to offset the rising costs of transportation and registration for students participating in school sports. “BCSS had an ‘Ah-ha!’ moment with the expenses they were experiencing as they were taking teams to tournaments,” explained School District 51 Superintendent of Schools Michael Strukoff. “There’s always registration fees and tournament fees, and all of that was coming out of their operating and PE (physical education)

budgets. They felt it was time that they would join what was happening to the rest of schools, not only Grand Forks Secondary School (GFSS), but all the other schools.” The issue of including the additional fee for BCSS students arose last June. Strukoff noted that BCSS was asked to consult with GFSS over the fee. “BCSS made a conscious decision for just this amount,” said Strukoff. At GFSS, there is a sports team transportation fee of $35 for Grade 8 students, $50 for juniors, and $75 for senior students per sport. There is also a sports team uniform deposit that is $60 to $100, which is dependent on the sport and refunded upon return of the uniform.

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City will conduct review of shutdown

Council approved a wage At its Oct. 9, 2012 meeting, Greenwood Council MIDWAY LIBRARY increase of two per cent for the city administrator retroactive voted to support the City to July 1; his most recent pay of Cranbrook and the Disraise was Jan. 1, 2011. ability without Poverty *** Network in their request Council voted to defer a decision on that the province increase the Persons with Disability benefit to a minimum of $1,200 purchasing the used playground equipper month and to bring the rates in line ment from Greenwood Elementary School with the standard for low income seniors until they have more details about the full that was established by the Federal Old costs and how it would impact the budget. They did, however, pass a motion to Age Security/Guaranteed Income Suppletake the older metal playground equipment Program. ment that was offered gratis. *** Mayor Kettle was adamant that he Councillor Darla Ashton gave a report on progress of the ballpark upgrade proj- would vote against purchasing the equipect. She said the committee had received ment because in his words, “The taxpayers one quote for architectural/contractor already paid for it once and I am against services and are awaiting another quote taxpayers having to pay for it twice.” Ashton had excused herself from the before coming to council with a recommeeting to avoid a perception of conflict mendation. She told council they plan to have everything in place for a start on the project in the spring. *** Mayor Nipper Kettle submitted for the record a four-page diarized account of the This Canadian Forces de HavilUBCM convention he and Councillor Barland CC-115 Buffalo was conductry Noll attended last month. ing Search and Rescue training *** over Midway recently. After dropDan Zabinsky, a retired Grand Forks ping both supplies and personnel municipal employee, will fill in for adminat the airport the plane landed and istrator Gerry Henke when he is away on picked up everyone before flying holiday. off into the western sky. *** According to details found onSuperintendent of Public Works Randy line, this plane was built in 1970. Smith gave a report what has been done to As well as working on both fishmanage the risk of the lock at the reservoir ery patrols and search and rescue being tampered with again. the plane has had an impressive He also said that with input from Interihistory. This plane was displayed or Health Authority, a review of the water at an airshow at Fairford, UK on 22 shutdown would be done. July 1989, in yellow SAR scheme. He thanked council, the fire department It served as the jump-plane and Keller Smith for their help in alerting for the Skyhawks – the Canadian residents on the first evening of the water Forces Parachute Team – on at use ban. least two occasions, most recently *** at Canada Day celebrations in OtCouncil voted to purchase the fireworks tawa, 1 July 2002. and hot dogs for the Halloween bonfire. ***

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of interest because the school is her employer. *** Council adopted a new policy for Greenwood Volunteer Fire Department uniforms. All uniforms will remain the property of the fire department and must be returned when a firefighter leaves the department, guidelines for use will be set by the officers of the fire department and consumption of alcoholic beverages in a public place will not be permitted while in full dress uniform. *** Council has directed staff to prepare an amendment to the recreation commission bylaw. Ashton said that not all the groups listed in the bylaw are sending representatives to the meetings and it is hampering the work of the commission.

The current bylaw was passed last year and calls for one member from each of the following organizations: council, the Greenwood school, the Canadian Legion, the Board of Trade, The Friends of the Greenwood Improvement Society, the Senior Citizens Association, the Greenwood Community Association and one member to be appointed from the district at large. The new bylaw will remove the requirement for representation from the groups and lowers the minimum number of members from seven to five. *** Council passed the property tax exemption bylaw that means the museum, Legion, Greenwood Temple Society and churches (though not the Sacred Heart Manse as requested last month) will forego having to pay property taxes in 2013.

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Thursday, October 18, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A5

Class sizes will be reduced at Lake CASSANDRA CHIN Grand Forks Gazette Reporter

Bus replacements, class sizes and a new playground were some of the issues discussed during the School District 51 regular agenda meeting on Oct. 9. Class sizes and head count There was one Grade 6/7 mixed class that had over 30 students at Christina Lake Elementary School (CLES) and the teacher was given monetary support from the Learning Improvement Funds. “Our two intermediate classes at Christina Lake, the Grade 4/5 and Grades 6/7, will come down to 28 and 29 students, which will put us down to the legislated class size limits very shortly,” said Michael Strukoff, superintendent of schools for SD51. “There will not be any additional additions added to that school.” Jeanette Hanlon, secretary treasurer for SD51, added that though class sizes look good but enrollment for students is down from last year. “Christina Lake Elementary students grew but Grand Forks Secondary School (GFSS) saw a loss with the Grade 12 students leaving,” she said. “There were also kids who moved out of the district or transferred to home schooling.” Superintendent search The board, stakeholders and staff are currently advertising for the position of Superintendent of Schools. “A September meeting was held with stakeholder groups seeking input,” said Hanlon. “The board hopes to

have the candidate selected by the end of November or early December.” Strukoff, along with Director of Instruction Maxine Ruzicka and Louise Bayles, principal for Boundary Central Secondary School in Midway, will be retiring in July 2013. Capital bylaw for energy manager School board trustees voted to adopt the Capital Project Bylaw No. 126424, which is aimed at school districts who don’t have energy managers or specialists. “The bylaw allows people to engage with those specialists,” said Hanlon. “The bylaw is $7,317 to engage with someone so that next time there is an opportunity to apply for the money, we have some projects that we can do.” Hanlon noted that some school districts were able to go through FortisBC and BC Hydro to hire energy managers and the companies paid for it. “We are a smaller district and FortisBC in this area didn’t provide any of that expertise,” she said. “We are going to engage somebody to help us figure out what other sort of energy efficient projects we can do at our district to save energy. This will give us an idea of projects that we could do so that we can apply for the money.” She pointed out that the bylaw is capital from the ministry. Bus Replacement The school district is looking to replace up to four buses in the next two years due to aging and rust on the buses. “The criteria to replace a bus are 13 years old for buses our size (the size of the buses) or 325,000 kilometres,” explained Hanlon.

Hanlon noted that two buses have rust on them, while the other two are aging as well. “We’re going to take the chance that (the Ministry of Education) might replace all four,” she said. “They may delay it and say we’ll replace the first two but not the last two.” Older buses have previously sold but some are kept as spares. Greenwood Playground Greenwood Elementary School will be getting a new playground after receiving a provincial grant. Darryl Turner, principal of Greenwood Elementary School, explained that the $50,000 grant was a welcome surprise he received last June. “There’s a bunch of new types of playgrounds with cables and climbing and rocks,” he said. “I familiarized with what would work at intermediate schools, platform versus climbing, and then I started thinking about downsizing one and upsizing the other or if we could do a combination.” Turner started working with two different companies but settled with Henderson Recreation Equipment after much discussion. “We ordered the playground in late July and selected the colours in early August,” he concluded. “The kids can climb in and through all the cables with the safety of the steel structure on the outside; it minimized the danger but maximizes the playability of it.” The playground is set to be installed by the end of October.

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The BCSS Junior (back row) and Grade 8 volleyball teams stopped practicing on Monday long enough to pose for a picture (several members of the Grade 8 team were missing, however). According to coach Lisa Baia the teams are doing extremely well with the juniors being undefeated in our zone so far. They will be competing in a playday in Castlegar on Thursday and a tournament at Mt. Sentinel this weekend. Baia said the Grade 8s are also having a strong start, winning 10 of 16 games so far. The season runs until end of November.

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Small businesses focus of forum CASSANDRA CHIN Grand Forks Gazette Reporter

The Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a small business forum with B.C.’s Minister of State for Small Business, the Honourable Naomi Yamamoto at Omega Restaurant this past Monday. Yamamoto was also a small business owner for 21 years, operating a graphic design company in North Vancouver and understands the dilemma of small business owners. “Small businesses are classified as any business having less than 50 employees, so I can tell you that most small business people think that if you have 20 employees it is a pretty big business,” she noted. “The vast majority of small businesses in Canada have five or less employees.” Yamamoto pointed out that the small business community is the backbone of

Canada and the reason for her travelling to smaller cities is to figure out how to make small businesses thrive. “In most instances, businesses just want to survive, so let’s figure out how to do that,” she said. She added that some issues raised by business owners she’s spoken to included why there was so much red tape involved in completing something simple. The roundtable discussion raised topics including the adaptation of the Pacific Carbon Trust to invest into small businesses, the co-operative model, credit ratings, and the possible impact of CETA (the Canada-European Trade Union). Another recurring issue raised was the need for changing attitudes and perspectives in regards to small businesses and what it means to be considered a small business. Mayor Brian Taylor explained that the situation in Grand Forks is that the city

has an aging infrastructure and an aging population. “Small businesses are being asked to make a big transition to dealing with the demographic change that’s happening really quickly in this area. We’re taxing at a municipal level more than what we want, and it’s more of a burden than we’d like to see on small businesses,” he said. “But it’s really difficult with the challenges we have in planning for this infrastructure deterioration, dealing with making it a welcoming and friendly community.” Taylor went on to say that the city continues to try and maintain itself and is looking for a stronger relationship with the whole of the Boundary. Yamamoto also pointed that there are differences between rural and big city business perspectives. “We’re not looking at deregulating business licences, but what we are looking at is regulatory reform and streamlining,” she stated.

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A6 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, October 18, 2012

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The keys to capability This week Minister of Children and Family Development Stephanie Cadieux released a statement in recognition of Oct. 17 as International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. “No one deserves to live in poverty and no government wants to see any child or family living with hunger and scarce resources, yet poverty is a sad reality in every society. Poverty is a complex issue that affects all of us and we all play a role in finding solutions.” According to Statistics Canada BC has the, for the 12th year running, the worst poverty rate for people of all ages in Canada. We now place second from the bottom in child poverty rates. Before 2012 child poverty rates in BC stood out as the worst in the country for eight years running. An improvement yes, but there is much work to be done. “Putting a label on this is not what will bring about real change,” said Mary McNeil, who was minister at the time the Stats Can figures came out. “Helping families through crises while, at the same time, creating opportunities for jobs and developing strategies together to give families the keys to capability at the community level is what will give families the springboards they need.” It was timely that Local Foodsharing gathered last Sunday in Kettle Valley to pay tribute to its many supporters and volunteers. Foodsharing co-ordinator Vivien Browne said that she didn’t believe poverty existed in the Boundary when Erika Taffel first brought the issue to her attention in 2010. Over the past year the group has helped some 300 people. Not only with food but with love, caring and sharing. A thank you to Local Foodsharing – while there may be poverty here, there is also abundance.

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Integrity lost at major league level

Unfortunately, there have been some bad calls by No – there’s not much similarity between rec and pro umpires in the baseball playoffs – calls that potentially level sports. And if they did bring in instant replay that changed the outcome of very important games. This has would only further widen the disparity between the two reignited the question of widening the use of instant levels – because the costs for equipment and technicians replay in the sport. to run it would be prohibitive to all but the big leagues. Limited use of instant replay in the MLB was inThere is already plenty of stuff that the MLB might troduced back in 2008. Balls, strikes and outs are not work on to improve the game. Bringing back the handshake at the end of the game would be a reviewed though, only ‘boundary calls’ such great start. as whether a hit was a home run or perhaps A LITTLE PERSPECTIVE It’s still taught to our kids at school and a foul ball. done at tournaments on our community Apparently the fans in the stadium aren’t ball fields, yet the major leaguers don’t do shown these controversial replays. Perhaps it anymore – something about tempers and that’s because the owners would rather disfists flying. courage fan riots. It was an embarrassment to the club. Also But other professional sports have instant it was a risk for the club owners with their replay and many fans say it is time that baseball Pat multi-million dollar investments in some of came into the 21st century. KELLY their stars. A punch in the eye might put a Would it be the same game though? New valuable player on the disabled list. rules would have to be invoked. But the interests of the owners aren’t the Instant replay in pro football isn’t available without consequences to the team calling for a review. same as the interests of the fans. Good conduct should If their challenge of a call is not upheld they forfeit a be expected from these role models. Surely they are being paid enough that a short clause might be added to valuable time out. If MLB were to expand the use of instant replay there their contracts. Alternatively, with the MLB rulebook now over 120 would have to be rules to ensure the game doesn’t well morph into a contest between involving lawyers arguing pages long, slipping in a good conduct rule wouldn’t cost that much more to run through the printing shop. over interpretation of the rules. Play hard, but play with integrity. That’s what is taught Major league baseball is very different from what is at the rec level. That’s what has been lost at the major played at the rec level. league level. A baseball joke illustrating this point: Because when you come right down to it that Detroit One fellow asks his friend if he’d seen the double play runner last weekend knew he’d been tagged out. The sport in the third inning of the game the night before? When his buddy replies in the negative the first guy didn’t need instant replay – it just needed integrity. The stand-up thing would have been for that runner says, “It was a great play! The millionaire at shortstop fielded a groundball and tossed to the millionaire at sec- to turn to the ump and admit he was out. Enough of the rant – I’ll go back to my Pollyanna ond who then threw the ball over to first in time to put world now. out the millionaire who was running. Double play!”

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A8 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, October 18, 2012

Worth every dollar

own service area. It was the Greenwood branch’s turn to pick the charity this month and they have donated $277.28 to the City of Greenwood to be used on the upgrade of the ballpark into a multi-purpose recreation field. Last March the city was successful in getting a $263,200 Community Recreation Program grant for the project. The province is funding up to 80 per cent of eligible costs for projects that enhance recreation infrastructure.

It’s worth a dollar for the privilege of wearing jeans to work, say Heritage Credit Union staff. Each Friday, staff at the three Heritage Credit branches – Castlegar, Slocan Park and the West Boundary Branch in Greenwood – donate a dollar to the kitty to be able to wear jeans to work. The privilege of choosing where that month’s collection be directed rotates between the branches. Every three months each branch designates a charity in their

Safety first! Matthew Fraser calls for help during a special Fire Prevention Week lesson at the Strong Start Centre in Rock Creek last week.

City of Greenwood Administrator Gerry Henke accepts a cheque for $277.28 from Heritage Credit Union West Boundary branch manager Donna Durban.

We deserve respect Some information not correct and transparency Editor, The Times: Editor, The Times:

As overseers of a non-profit organization, the executive and the board of directors of the Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association are obligated to operate within the rules and regulations of the B.C. Society Act and the fair association bylaws. On Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012 a community meeting was held to present information concerning the continued denial of the fair board to provide full disclosure

of financial documents, in accordance with the law and the rights of all voting members. We would like the community to know that we are Boundary residents, fair volunteers, supporters, who deserve the respect and transparency that was promised by the board in March 2012. Carol Thom, Joyce Evans, Mary Lautard, Bill Bosovich, Gerald Feist, Faye Hansinger, Willie Hansinger, Tom Haines, Falko Tilgner, Ed Lautard, Robert Evans, Norma Tilgner, Pat Uglik, Danny Nakatsu, Pierre Sinclaire, Lisa Sims

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Re: Marshall Lake/ Providence Dam In the past few months there have been emails, articles and postings on Facebook in regards to the Providence Dam and the position the province has on this issue. Unfortunately some of the information out there is not correct and misleading of the process that this has and will be going through. The conservation storage license on Providence Dam was obtained by Okanagan Fisheries Section in 1984. Since that time, routine inspection and minor maintenance works have been completed on the facility on an annual basis. In June 2010, after Testalinden Dam in Oliver breached, the Province conducted inspections on all of their dams. During the inspection on

the Providence Dam a number of concerns were identified by the Ministry which warranted further investigation. A Dam Safety Review was subsequently completed in December 2010 which identified a number of concerns. Many meetings with ministry, local and regional governments as well as myself began in January of 2011 to review and source opportunities that would enable maintaining the dam in its current state. Given that there were no solutions, the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations’ Fish and Wildlife section has decided to decommission the dam due to its high consequence rating and the cost to bring the dam up to Canadian Dam Standards. An offer had been extended to the City of Greenwood, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary and any public organization to transfer the water license as well

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as the risk and liability to their respective organization but all offers have been declined. No one is in a financial position to upgrade the dam or accept the risk or liability. The ministry will proceed with decommissioning the dam in Spring 2013, and as required by law they are currently working on a decommissioning plan that will provide the required 60 days advance notice. In the meantime, the ministry will be drawing down water levels this week for safety reasons. Marshall Lake will not be drained but lowered to its original size – prior to dam construction and will continue to be stocked with rainbow trout to support recreational fishing in the area. If you have any questions please feel free to contact my office; 1-877-652-4304. John Slater MLA Boundary Similkameen

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Thursday, October 18, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A9

Concert honours volunters, supporters

“If music be food for the soul then we just had a good dinner,” said Rick Steingard after a benefit concert sponsored by Local Food Sharing at St. Mary’s Anglican Church in Kettle Valley on Sunday. The Singing Kettles, Vivien Browne and Peri Best provided the music. “Food sharing is not a group it is a way of life,” said Local Food Sharing co-ordinator Vivien Browne. “Neighbours helping neighbours toward self suffticiency with love, kindness, caring and sharing.” The concert was held to honour and celebrate the groups’ many volunteers and supporters but was dedicated to Terry and

Judy Lyons of North Canyon Ranch who have supported the food sharing since it’s inception in 2010. After the music was finished Steingard made special mention of several people who have supported the group over the past year beginning with Carly, Lauren and Matthew Fraser. The three children of Janine and Jordan Fraser asked that the money that would have been spent on their birthday presents this year instead be donated to food sharing. Others specifically mentioned by Steingard included the Copper Eagle, Dale and Pat Pownall, Jamie and Maureen Haynes,

Jeannie Campbell, Leona Pringle, Phil Bedard, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary and Bill Baird, Discover Rock Creek, St. Mary’s Church, Village of Midway and Dick Dunsdon, Chris Young, Gary Best, Stu Carlson, and Lorna Sargent. And there were over 100 more names of individuals, businesses and families posted on the wall near the entrance to the church. Browne said that Local Food Sharing had touched over 300 people last year. “When I say to people that we go to places where people haven’t eaten for two weeks they don’t believe me, but we do go to

(Left) Peri Best directs the Singing Kettles Choir. (Below) Vivien Browne and Peri Best drew appreciation and applause at the benefit.

places where people haven’t eaten in two weeks. “I am going to a place later today where people are starting to get into trouble. The ministry is not able to do what they used to do – it isn’t like it used to be. Times are harder, bills are higher. “Yes the Boundary is a place of abundance but it is also a place where you need to keep your ears and eyes open,” says Browne. “Because it is here! It may be hiding but there is poverty here, there is hunger here, there is need here. “And we haven’t even touched the mental health issue in the area with the ministry moving people to this area because it is cheap. But they don’t move all the facilities here. Nobody can keep up. “If we help our neighbour it really does make the community better,” Browne said in closing. For more information contact Local Food Sharing coordinator Vivien Browne 250-446-2086 or foodsharing@nethop.net

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‘Coach’ talks about the brain

Gary Anaka the ‘Brain Coach’ will return to the Boundary early next month with presentations in both Grand Forks and Rock Creek. Anaka was the keynote speaker at the Partners in Parenting Conference in Rock Creek this year. He was then billed as a dynamic speaker and he did not disappoint. With 30 years of classroom experience under his belt he really knows how to keep his audience engaged with his energetic and lively sessions. Anaka has authored two books Your Magical Brain: How It Learns Best and Brain Wellness: The Secrets for Longevity. The scope of his work can be found at www.braincoach.ca His November tour will begin on Nov. 1 with a presentation at GFSS called

“The Magical Teenage Brain”. “If you want to help teenagers in today’s world, then you need to begin with their brain,” Anaka says, adding that the adolescent ‘digital’ brain – the teenage brain – is undergoing huge changes and is a work in progress. The same evening there will be a free presentation entitled “Your Magical Brain: How It Learns Best” scheduled for 6:30 to 8 p.m. at GFSS auditorium. “The natural conditions necessary for learning success are unknown to most parents, says Anaka. “If you are looking for ways to enhance learning, foster child development, raise achievement, tap your child’s full potential, then find out about the brain’s best kept secrets.” Anaka will come to Rock Creek at 9:30

a.m. on Friday, Nov. 2 to present a threehour workshop in the West Boundary Elementary gym entitled Brain Wellness: the Secrets of Longevity. Intended to help you discover ways to exercise and nourish your brain, grow dendrites and new brain cells, expand brain power and prevent cognitive decline and adopt simple, inexpensive ways to avoid brain aging. In the afternoon there will be demonstrations of brain integration by Peri Best and Art of Balance. There is a $10 fee, with lunch provided by the Food Sharing Group at a nominal cost. Tickets are available at Rags, Relics and Rutabagas or Christian Valley Service in Rock Creek or the Midway Library.

Be ‘Bear Smart’ this fall season

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As British Columbia’s bears go through their annual ritual of preparing for hibernation, avoiding conflicts between bears and humans is a particularly high priority during the fall season. At this time of year, bears are actively seeking out food to build up fat reserves, creating potential for trouble when they get access to non-natural food sources. For example, exposed pet food, ripe fruit, improperly stored garbage, dirty barbecues and easily accessible composts all can create problems. Bears who find such food soon will repeatedly return to these food sources. This often leads to conflict with humans.

Once a bear is conditioned to nonnatural food sources, it is extremely difficult to solve the problem without euthanizing the bear. Despite the best efforts of conservation officers, relocation and other non-lethal solutions are rarely successful. Relocated bears typically return or become problem bears in other communities. In addition, they often fail to adapt to their new habitat and, as a result, either starve or are killed by bears already occupying the area. The only effective, long-term solution is to prevent conflicts between bears and humans from occurring in the first place. New for the 2012 bear season, is a

brand-new mapping system on the Bear Aware website that gives a reasonable approximation of where human-wildlife interactions are occurring throughout the province. The Bear Aware education program helps reduce human-bear conflict in residential areas. Administered by the BC Conservation Foundation and funded by the B.C. government in partnership with municipalities and supporting organizations, the program focuses on education, innovation and co-operation and has proven effective in decreasing conflicts. This year the B.C. government has contributed $225,000 to Bear Aware. Bear Aware is part of the Ministry of Environment’s Bear Smart Community Program.

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Focus on farm animals this October Submitted

The BC SPCA has designated October to raising awareness about farm animals – beginning with World Farm Animals Day on Oct. 2, celebrated on Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday and observed in dozens of countries all over the world. “In the spirit of this event, we’re challenging consumers to take a really good look at how farm animals are cared for to produce the products they buy,” says Alyssa Bell Stoneman, SPCA Certified program supervisor. “We want consumers to ask, ‘were the farm animals provided with a high level of welfare to meet their needs?’” The BC SPCA urges individuals to take action in OctoJerry Kitt of First Nature Farms with one of his sows. First Nature Farms is SPCA Certified since 2006.

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”Just saying”, by the sometimes irreverent Ed Brouwer. No claims of absolute originality are made for this material. As one man said, “I milk a lot of cows, but I churn my own butter.”

Well, Mr. Citizen, it seems you’ve figured me out. I seem to fit neatly into the category where you’ve placed me. I’m stereotyped, standardized, characterized, classified, grouped, and always typical. Unfortunately, the reverse is true; I can never figure you out. From birth you teach your children that I’m the bogeyman, and then you’re shocked when they identify with my traditional enemy... the criminal! You accuse me of coddling criminals... until I catch your kids doing wrong. You men take an hour for lunch and several coffee breaks each day, but point me out as a loafer for having one coffee. You pride yourself on your manners, but think nothing of disrupting my meals with your troubles. You raise hell with the guy who cuts you off in traffic, but let me catch you doing the same thing and I’m picking on you. You know all the traffic laws... but you’ve never gotten a single ticket you deserve. You shout “foul” if you observe me driving fast to call, but raise the roof if I take more than ten seconds to respond to your complaint. You call it part of my job if someone strikes me, but call it police brutality if I strike back. You wouldn’t think of telling your dentist how to pull a tooth or your doctor how to take out an appendix, yet you are always willing to give me points on the law. You talk to me in a manner that would get you a bloody nose from anyone else, but expect me to take it without batting an eye. You tell me something’s got to be done to fight crime, but you can’t be bothered to get involved. You have no use for me at all, but of course it’s O.K. if I change a flat for your wife, deliver your child in the back of the patrol car, or perhaps save your son’s life with mouth to mouth breathing, or work many hours overtime looking for your lost daughter. So, Mr. Citizen, you can stand there on your soapbox and rant and rave about the way I do my work, calling me every name in the book, but never stop to think that your property, family or maybe even your life depends on me or one of the other members. Yes, Mr. Citizen, it’s me... the lousy cop! Reportedly the author of this article was

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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, October 18, 2012

Financial Services

Pets

Misc. for Sale

IF YOU own a home or real estate, Alpine Credits can lend you money: It’s That Simple. Your Credit / Age / Income is not an issue. 1.800.587.2161. M O N E Y P R OV I D E R . C O M . $500 Loan and +. No Credit Refused. Fast, Easy, 100% Secure. 1-877-776-1660.

Two male & three female Shitzu/Jack Russel pups. Adoptable on Oct 21st.$350 incl first shots. 250-445-6549 after 6 pm.

Antique food scale $10; Dr. Ho’s neck comforter $20; Ab revolutionizer exerciser $35; fire screen & grate $30; portable washer & dryer $35; Cuisiniere kangaroo kitchen multi-use cooking stove $20; camping stove $15; Deelite man’s bike $25; Raleigh ladies bike $25. Call 250-446-2761.

Need CA$H Today? Own A Vehicle?

Appliances Panasonic inverter microwave, 1.2 cu ft, 1,200 W, used very little. $80 obo. Call 250446-2761.

Borrow Up To $25,000

No Credit Checks!

Furniture

Cash same day, local office.

www.PitStopLoans.com 1.800.514.9399

Electric black leather easy chair. New, never used. $450. Phone 250-445-2163

Misc. for Sale

Legal Services CRIMINAL RECORD? Don’t let it block employment, travel, education, professional, certification, adoption property rental opportunities. For peace of mind & a free consultation call 1-800-347-2540.

2 lg pet travel cages, 30”1x 19”wx23”t, $75 ea. Pain relief designed by chiropractor. Be your own chiropractor for neck, back, shoulders & hip adjustments c/w carrying case, $75. Call 250-446-2761. Mahogany 9 dr dresser w/mirror & matching 5 dr chest $200 obo; white 5 dr dresser w/mirror, matching armoire & 2 night tables $250 obo; Singer sewing machine cabinet w/side drawers, c/w machine $200 obo. Call 250-446-2501.

Entertainment

Powered dust collector. Keeps the dust down in your shop. Never been used. $450 obo. Call 250-446-2761. STEEL BUILDINGS - Canadian made! - Reduced prices now! 20X22 $4,455. 25X26 $4,995. 30X38 $7,275. 32X50 $9,800. 40X54 $13,995. 47X80 $19,600. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca. Two P155/80R13 winter tires, good cond. $50 ea; four 13 in tire rims, like new $30 ea. Call 250-445-6335.

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BUSINESS & SERVICE THE OLD COWBOY RANCH

FEATURE OF THE WEEK

DIRECTORY ACCOUNTANTS

Rock Creek • Bunkhouse Cabins Westbridge • Campground • Guesthouse • Antique Store

1.888.299.0592 / 446.6808 www.oldcowboyranch.com 1625 HWY 3 ROCK CREEK & 3175 HWY 33 WESTBRIDGE

CONTRACTING

GLASS

GRAND FORKS GLASS LTD. 7168 2nd St., Grand Forks, B.C. Residential & Commercial Glass Replacement Mirrors & Store Fronts Plexiglass ICBC Glass Express Shop

For fast, reliable service call 250-442-8311

CONTRACTOR

24 Hr Emergency

BANKING

SEPTIC AND EXCAVATING Boundary Waste Water Systems & Excavating COMPLETELY MOBILE General Excavating, Water Lines, Footings, etc. Certified Planning & Installation of all Onsite Sewage Systems

Jerry Sperling Office: 250-445-9995 Cell: 250-443-1448 Email: bwwse1@gmail.com

BANKING

Certified Subdivision Perc. Tests & Soil Analysis Agent for Biocycle and Eljen Treatment Systems

BANKING

Kettle Valley Contracting Serving the Boundary area General contractor, roofing, timber framing, foundations & custom wood working By the hour or guaranteed quotes No job is too big In the valley for 20 years

Phone 250-446-2743 Cell 250-328-9818 Rock Creek

LAWYERS

ACCOMMODATIONS

THE OLD COWBOY RANCH Rock Creek • Bunkhouse Cabins Westbridge • Campground • Guesthouse • Antique Store

1.888.299.0592 / 446.6808 www.oldcowboyranch.com 1625 HWY 3 ROCK CREEK & 3175 HWY 33 WESTBRIDGE

FENCING


Thursday, October 18, 2012 Boundary Creek Times

Real Estate

Recreational/Sale

Park-like treed 3 or 4 acres. Frontage on paved road. Nature at your back door. On east Kettle River up Christian Valley, north of Westbridge. Good boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, swimming & rafting. Reduced to sell. 3 acres $90,000. 4 acres $120,000, 20% down. 250446-2761.

Beautiful 26 ft Komfort 5th wheel w/lg slide, new canopy, back kitchen, lg expensive queen mattress, walk around bed, 1 pc roof, lg F/S, A/C, duct heating. $8,900 obo. 250446-2076. Can be viewed at Granton Motors, Rock Creek.

Misc for Rent Garage - 18x24 with power $250 mo; 20 ft shipping container $150 mo. 102 Kimberley Ave, Greenwood. Call Mike 250-493-1807.

Recreational/Sale 1975 Chevrolet van motorhome G20, 3/4 ton, good cond, sleeps 2, stove. Call Chris 250-446-2358.

1994 Rustler 25 ft 5th wheel, awning, A/C, sleeps 6, immaculate cond, includes hitch, rails & tailgate. $6,000 obo. 250-449-2256.

Trucks & Vans 1 set stainless steel running boards made by Boss Bars. Fits any full sized truck. $400 obo. Call 250-446-2501. 2000 Ford Explorer XLS, 4 dr, V6, auto, AWD. Fully loaded, very clean, new winter tires. $5,400 obo. all 250-442-0122.

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4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE WITH DIABETES DIE OF HEART DISEASE.

2007 Ford Sport Track XLT 4x4, red, loaded, 4 dr, 32,200 km, like new. 14 mos warranty remaining. New $38,000 asking $18,500. 250-445-6483.

Better your odds. Visit getserious.ca

Boats 8x20 aluminum pontoon boat, seats 8, 40 HP Mariner, oil injection, power lift, c/w tandem trailer w/electric brake. Reduced to $5,500 obo. Call 250445-6483.

BUSINESS & SERVICE FEATURE OF THE WEEK

Mighty White Dolomite Ltd.

Landscape Materialsˋ

DIRECTORY ELECTRICAL

Rock- White, Grey, Pink, Large Boulders Sand & Gravel- 3/4 Crush, Sand, Drain Rock Topsoil ˋ Wood Chips, Shavings, Sawdust Asphalt Grindings Firewood ˋ Dry and Split

Serving you from Greenwood to Beaverdell

Equipment Services ˋ Dump Truck, 40’ Flatdeck, On/Off Highway Water Tankers Super-B, Lowbed, Excavators, Small Dozer, Bobcat, Grader

250-446-2450 WOOD & PELLET HEATING

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ACCOUNTANTS

HOBBY SUPPLIES

RESTAURANT

REALTORS

WOOD AND PELLET HEATING APPLIANCES 250-442-2943 SNOWBALL VENTURES Sales, Installations & Inspections Your Pellet Heating Specialist WETT CERTIFIED John Billwiller www.snowballventures.com 10545 Granby Rd., Grand Forks

CONSTRUCTION Newton Construction Co Ltd

Johni De Groot

3460 Bubar Rd, Rock Creek BC 4WD Backhoe • Waterlines Snow Removal • Mobile Septic Installations & Planning 12” & 24” Dig Bucket, 42” Clean Up Bucket

TOLL FREE

Res: 250 446 6808 Fax: 250 446 2955 Email: johni@vip.net www.johnidegroot.com

Dave Hoenderop

“Living and Working in the Kettle Valley”

Cell: 250-449-1983 Home: 250-446-2676

ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS HERE

1 888 299 0592

3175 Hwy 33 P.O. Box 144, Westbridge, BC V0H 2B0

SUPPLIERS

YOUR AD GOES HERE

Mighty White Dolomite Ltd.

Landscape Materialsˋ

Rock- White, Grey, Pink, Large Boulders Sand & Gravel- 3/4 Crush, Sand, Drain Rock Topsoil ˋ Wood Chips, Shavings, Sawdust Asphalt Grindings Firewood ˋ Dry and Split

Serving you from Greenwood to Beaverdell

Equipment Services ˋ Dump Truck, 40’ Flatdeck, On/Off Highway Water Tankers Super-B, Lowbed, Excavators, Small Dozer, Bobcat, Grader

250-446-2450

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A16 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, October 18, 2012

BCSS fields junior-senior soccer team BCSS has fielded a mixed Junior-Senior soccer team this fall. Coach Heather Slaney said this picture was taken as the team was heading to Grand Forks for a playday. They stand undefeated against Grand Forks this year. Slaney said the MVPs at a Kelowna game were Daniel Hoskin, Elisha Sheremeto, Andrew Siewert and Bailey Shaw. Slaney said the skills coming into the high school program are being greatly helped by the recent formation of the Boundary Soccer Association. She is also very appreciative of the work done by assistant coach Gerry Shaw. This week they headed to Trail and they are hoping to have a home game the following week to wrap the season this year.

BCSS Junior-Senior Soccer Team.

PHOTO: ANNA LAUTARD

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF COMMUNITY INPUT SESSIONS

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Wednesday November 7, 2012, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Spirit Ridge Vineyard Resort & Spa 1200 Rancher Creek Road, KƐŽLJŽŽƐ, B.C.

d,WW>/d/KE On July 26, 2012, FortisBC Inc. (FortisBC) applied to the British Columbia Utilities Commission (Commission), pursuant to sections 45, 46, and 56 of the Utilities Commission Act (the Act), for approval of the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Project (Project) for its electricity customers, including approval of a revised depreciation rate for the proposed meters to be installed (the Application). The Application estimates the capital cost of the Project to be $47.7 million and expects the Project to commence in late 2013 and be completed by 2015. FortisBC proposes to install 115,000 residential and commercial AMI meters. To maintain firm contract vendor pricing, FortisBC requests approval of the proposed Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity by July 20, 2013. On September 28, 2012, the Commission issued Order G-137-12 establishing the amended Preliminary Regulatory Timetable and the Community Input Sessions for this Application. d,KDDhE/dz/EWhd^^^/KE The Community Input Sessions will provide Members of the public an opportunity to make presentations to the Commission Panel on the AMI Project, and the presentations will be recorded. Each presentation will be limited to 15 minutes. All parties making submissions at the Community Input Sessions are encouraged to provide a hard copy of their submissions for filing on the official record. Parties wishing to make a presentation to the Commission Panel should contact Mr. Gordon Fulton, Commission Counsel, at ŐĨƵůƚŽŶΛďŽƵŐŚƚŽŶ͘ĐĂ or (604) 647-4104 by Monday, October 15, 2012. If by Wednesday, October 17, 2012 four or less presentations are scheduled for a Community Input Session, then that

Thursday November 8, 2012 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Best Western Plus Kelowna Hotel & Suites 2402 Hwy 97 North,<ĞůŽǁŶĂ, B.C.

Community Input Session will be cancelled. Notice of cancellation of a Community Input Session will be provided to those who register with the Commission Secretary for the Community Input Session. A short information session will be held on how to participate in a Commission proceeding at 5:45 p.m. prior to the commencement of the evening Community Input Sessions. An information letter will be posted to the Commission’s proceeding website providing Participants with procedural information on the Community Input Session. All submissions and/or correspondence received from active participants or the public relating to the Application, will be placed on the public record and posted to the Commission’s web site. Wh>//E^Wd/KEK&d,KhDEd^ The Application and supporting documents will be available for viewing on the Commission’s website at ďĐƵĐ͘ĐŽŵ. The Application and supporting documents will also be made available for inspection at FortisBC’s Head Office at Suite 100, 1975 Springfield Road, Kelowna, B.C., V1Y 7V7, and at the BC Utilities Commission office, Sixth Floor, 900 Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6Z 2N3. &hZd,Z/E&KZDd/KE For further information, please contact Ms. Erica Hamilton, Commission Secretary, by telephone (604) 660-4700 or BC Toll Free at 1-800-663-1385, by fax (604) 660-1102, or by email ŽŵŵŝƐƐŝŽŶ͘^ĞĐƌĞƚĂƌLJΛďĐƵĐ͘ĐŽŵ.


Boundary Creek Times, October 18, 2012  

October 18, 2012 edition of the Boundary Creek Times

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