Friday, July 5, 2013 Vol. 7, No. 27 | 16 pages
Beat the heat
Who are you? See page 6
Your guide to tourism in the valley See pages 7-11
Rage take home bronze and silver See page 16
INDEX inSide Opinions
Who are you?
Drumheller has been baking under a heat wave, with temperatures soaring above 30 degrees celsius. Residents have been scrambling to cool off, like Sophie Lazaro, 5, who took advantage of the Rotary Spray Park. Current forecasts are predicting things will cool off slightly over the next week, with temperatures in the low to mid 20’s.
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inSide STREETERS Weâ€™re having a heat wave, with temperatures soaring into the 30â€™s, so inSide Drumheller asks: â€œHow do you beat the heat?â€?
Mike Wallace â€œI live in Costa Rica for the winter, so this is pretty much normal for me.â€?
Carol Dawson and Jason â€œGoing to the Splash Park.â€?
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OPINION Fall completion date planned for East Coulee water line Michael James | inSide Drumheller
Municipal water will soon be ďŹ‚owing to East Coulee. At their meeting on July 2, Town Council awarded the contract for the construction of the East Coulee water transmission line. It is estimated the line will be complete by the fall. â€œIt will be completed by the Fall. Itâ€™s 100 days to ďŹ nish their contract,â€? said Mayor Terry Yemen. Knibb Development Ltd. was chosen to construct the line for a total cost, including engineering work, of $3,989,593. The vast majority of construction is being covered by a grant from the province, which was
awarded in May 2011. The Town of Drumheller is only responsible for 10 per cent of the cost. The line will bring municipal water to the western edge of East Coulee where there will be a ďŹ ll station. The line will help increase the ďŹ re protection for the area. There are no plans to build distribution lines throughout East Coulee or Lehigh, where residents rely on sandpoint wells for their water. â€œWhen itâ€™s ďŹ nished, there will be a ďŹ ll station in East Coulee and thatâ€™s it. If, a few years down the road, they need water, itâ€™s there for them,â€? said Yemen. The process to build the transmission line
to East Coulee has been ongoing for years. Late in 2011, Council debated building the transmission line and distribution lines throughout East Coulee and Lehigh. The distribution lines would cost residents in those areas just under $16,000 per household. After vehement opposition, plans for the distribution lines were shelved, but considering the $3.4 million grant from the province, it was decided to continue with plans to build the transmission line, with an option for acreages along the way to hook up. It is expected construction will start within the next month.
We absolutely have to thank our family, friends and neighbors for helping us get through the ďŹ‚ood. There are too many names to mention, but thank you for: freezer storage, trailers for our furniture, sump pumps, fans, muscles, food, beds, hoses, sandbags, smiles, working through the night, lawn mowing, shop vacs and many hugs. A special thank you to our good neighbor Ron Storch and his boys for keeping the pumps going to save our little piece of paradise here in Newcastle. Everyoneâ€™s support was overwhelming. Without all of you, things would have turned out a lot diďŹ€erent. We owe ya.
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The Town of Drumheller is moving forward with construction on the East Coulee water transmission line. At their meeting on July 2, Council awarded the contract for
construction to Knibb Development Ltd. Construction will begin soon with completion in the fall. inSide photo by Michael James
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The Dino Arts Society would like to introduce Drumheller to Sam and Demitri. inSide Drumheller searched for names for the two latest additions to the Drumheller Dinosaur landscape and hosted a contest to ﬁnd a name. The DinoArts Committee has selected the name Dimitri for the Dinosaur sitting on a bench at the intersection of Centre Street and 3rd Ave. As for the latest instal-
lation, the Pachycephalosaurus on a motorcycle in the Brick parking lot, his name is Sam. It was 10-year-old Kalina Roberts of Wainwright, Alberta named Demitri in a visit to the valley. Dan Hird of Drumheller came up with Sam for the motorcycling dinosaur. He named it after Sam Drumheller, one of the founding fathers of the community. For their eﬀorts both have won tickets to the Canadian Badlands Passion Play. Meet Sam. Dan Hird came up with this Dinosaur’s new name.
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10-year-old Kalina Roberts came up with the name Demitri for this dinosaur.
Students watch butterflies take flight One of the best things about Grade 3 science is studying life cycles and observing the phenomenon in butterflies. Mrs. Messom’s Grade 3 class ended the school year by releasing butterflies at Huntington Park on Wednesday June 26. Alisha Christensen releases her butterfly. submitted
DESCRIPTION: The candidate will work with our current systems administrator and external service providers/vendors to identify and assist in incident resolution, network maintenance, and the operation of various software programs while providing a high level of customer service in our Drumheller of¿ce and within the Canalta Family of Companies. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: · Provide desktop and network IT support and respond in a timely manner to end-users · Windows 2003/2008R2 server administration and monitoring both physical and virtual machines · Participate in the implementation of new technologies and server infrastructure upgrades · Provide periodic on-call support during non-business hours · Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: · Some experience with Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 2008R2 server would be advantageous · Minimum 3 years working in Information Technology industry REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: · Some knowledge or experience in the Windows Server (2003/2008 R2), and Active Directory · Some Systems Administration experience. Microsoft and VMware knowledge are considered assets · Strong troubleshooting skills mandatory · Work and make decisions independently, demonstrating responsibility and accountability · Strong customer service skills · Professional communication skills; both oral and written · Work well under pressure. Specialization and Skills: - Knowledge of LAN and WAN concepts - Systems Administrator Additional Requirements : - Comment on your knowledge of systems administration - Comment on your experience and understanding of storage area network (SAN) and network attached storage (NAS) systems - Comment on your vmware knowledge Start Date: July 15, 2013 Rate: Annual: $50,000/year with an excellent bene¿ts package Work Environment: Must have the ability to travel if required to visit another of¿ce or ¿eld sites if needed. Standard of¿ce working hours are expected. All IT candidates are required to carry a smartphone (provided) and respond if there are after hour emergencies. Please submit resumes to: email@example.com f27cd
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Council Notes From the regular meeting of Town Council
July 2, 2013
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Thank You! TO OUR FLOOD RELIEF HELPERS John & Linda Rew, Joanne Allen, Jordan Waye & Family Blue Sky Colony Linden Christian Disaster Team Coles Family Cheryl, Steve, Alex & Tyler Shelly and Jessica Larry and Brian Dave and Marilyn All Friends and neighbors, Staff of Centre Street Insurance & Re/Max Drumheller – Susan and Randy
•••••• Mayor Terry Yemen opened the meeting by congratulating and thanking everyone involved in this year's Canada Day celebrations. •••••• Allan Kendrick, Director of Infrastructure Services, presented a request for decision to award the contract for the East Coulee Water Transmission Line to Knibb Development Ltd. for $3,489,593. Engineering costs for the project were budgeted at $500,000 for a total cost of $3,989,593. Councillor Jay Garbutt asked why the engineering costs were so high. CAO Ray Romanetz explained during the engineering study, more testing was required at the points where the water line would cross under the river. The high engineering costs reflect the costs of drilling during the testing. Councillor Sharel Shoff took a moment to reiterate the water line would not be going into East Coulee and would terminate on the western edge of the community. Councillor Lisa Hansen-Z acharuk asked if Knibb Development Ltd. had done a project on this scale before. Mr. Kendrick assured everyone that Knibb had the experience necessary, as they were the ones who did the water line from Rosedale to Cambria. Councillor Hansen-Zacharuk then asked if there would be an issue with Knibb, because they are also contracted to do road maintenance in Drumheller. It was felt by administration there would be no issue in completing the water line. A motion to award the contract was carried unanimously. •••••• Byron Nagazina, Director of Corporate Services, presented a request for decision to change the Town's benefits provider to Industrial Alliance. Mr. Nagazina explained the Town would save roughly $22,000 per year and its employees would take home roughly $100 extra per month. The Town's current benefits are through AMSC Sun Life and Blue Cross. Councillor Garbutt expressed he had no conflict of interest in the matter as the current benefits did not involve him. Mr. Nagazina highlighted a concern where seven retirees are currently taking advantage of a $5,000 retiree death benefit. The new provider would not be able to match the death benefit. CAO Romanetz felt the next step would be to discuss the benefits change with Town staff. Councill Andrew Berdahl felt that discussion should take place before Council were to make their decision. A motion to change benefits providers passed with Councillor Berdahl opposed. ••••••
TOWN OF DRUMHELLER
Robber pleads guilty, sentenced to three years Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller
The suspect charged with robbing the Drumheller Liquor Store two weeks ago pleaded guilty in his ﬁrst court appearance last week. Steven Bodie appeared in provincial court in Drumheller on Friday, June 21 he plead guilty to robbery. On Wednesday, June 19, at about 9:30 p.m., Bodie was at the Drumheller Liquor in downtown Drumheller. When he approached the cashier, he showed her what appeared to be a gun and demanded cash. The cashier complied and Bodie made away with an unspeciﬁed amount of cash, under $1,000. Drumheller RCMP attended to the scene to investigate. Upon review of surveillance video police has an ac-
curate description of the robber and what he was wearing. At 10:40 p.m., Bodie was located and arrested. Bodie was found in possession of the money and investigation reveal that what appeared to be a gun used in the robbery, was a toy lighter. Bodie, 25, admitted to being a cocaine addict and has three prior related oﬀenses, however they were characterized as a “mugging” sort of oﬀences. He has resided in Drumheller for less than a year. Judge Les Grieve accepted a joint submission from the crown prosecutor and duty counsel, who represented Bodie of three years in custody. This takes in to account aggravating factors of a long criminal accord and the mitigating factor of the earliest guilty plea possible.
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The Town of Drumheller Offices will be moving to our new location in the Civic Centre in the next few weeks. Service at our location at 2nd Avenue West will continue until further notice. Thank you for your patience while we establish our new location. The Disaster Recovery people will be in town to complete applications from residents on July 7-8, 2013 from 10 am -8 pm each day at the arena. Please bring your picture identification, social insurance number, proof of residence address, pictures of damage etc. to register for assistance. Please contact Judy at the 403 823 1324 for more information. DEVELOPMENT PERMITS Take notice that the following development permits for the proposed uses listed below have been issued in accordance with Land Use Bylaw 10-08 of the Town of Drumheller. 1. Development Permit T00051-13D; Steman Contracting; Plan 2193CC; Block 39; SW-11-29-20-W4M; 245 3 Street West, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Carpenter, Handyman Service Office Space – Classification Community Service “P” District 2. Development Permit T00053-13D; Plan 6495AV; Block 2; Lots 8 and South 4’ of 9; 514 – 5 Street East, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – New Construction of Accessory Building (Shed) – Classification Residential “R-1a” District 3. Development Permit T00054-13D; Plan 8011334; Block 2; Lots 1 & West 10’ of 2; 283 River Drive, East Coulee – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Extension of Deck – Classification Suburb Community Residential “SCR” District 4. Development Permit T00057-13D; Shoppers Place Inc.; Plan 5952JK; Block 21; 249 – 3 Avenue West, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Occupy as a Retail Department Store (Valley Plaza) – Classification Central Business “CB” District 5. Development Permit T00011-13S; Five Star Permits; Plan 7911235; Block 3; Lot 3; 101 Grove Place, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Placement of Fascia Sign (Travelodge) – Classification Highway Commercial “Hwy-C” District 6. Development Permit T00109-13H; B.A.R. Construction; Plan 8011276; Block A; Lot 52; 52 Greenwood Villa, Drumheller – HOME OCCUPATION – Exterior finishing & drywall (Office Use Only) – Classification Manufactured Home Park Residential “MHP” District 7. Development Permit T00110-13H; J. Morgan Contracting; Plan 2089BN; Block 1; Lot 8; 557 5 Street East, Drumheller – HOME OCCUPATION – Janitorial & Landscaping (Office Use Only) – Classification Residential “R-1A” District 8. Development Permit T00111-13H; Drumheller Carpet & Window Cleaning; Plan 4159CP; Block 2; Lot W26’ of 8 & 9; 110 7 Avenue SW, Drumheller – HOME OCCUPATION – Carpet & Window Cleaning – Classification Residential “R-1A” District 9. Development Permit T00112-13H; Can Contracting; Plan 9813172; Block 10; Lot 27; 201 13 Street NW, Drumheller – HOME OCCUPATION – Roofing Contractor – Classification Residential “R-1” District Further information regarding these decisions may be obtained from the Development/Planning Department, Town Hall, 703 - 2nd Avenue West, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y3 (403) 823-1310 or e-mail email@example.com Any person wishing to appeal these decisions may do so by submitting Form F and/ or a written notice of appeal to the Secretary of the Sub-division & Development Appeal Board at 703 - 2nd Avenue West, Drumheller, Alberta, T0J 0Y3. A nonrefundable fee of $120.00 must accompany the appeal. The “Notice of Appeal” and accompanying fee must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., July 19, 2013 Cindy Woods, Development Officer, Town of Drumheller
FCSS Coordinator – Full Time Permanent Position Summary: Reporting to the Community Services Director, the FCSS Coordinator is responsible for the support, facilitation, and coordination of FCSS programs within Drumheller and Area. The position oversees the delivery of Seniors, After School Care and Community Building initiatives while facilitating community engagement programs with community partners within the region. The position oversees and directs FCSS staff members and participates in the planning and research into the development of a broad range of FCSS programs for the Town including annual budgeting for activities. Employment Category: Full Time Permanent . Hours per Week: 37.5 hours – Monday to Friday Pay Scale: Technical 2 Classification as per CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement. Benefits: As per the Town’s HR Policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement. Education and Experience: Minimum Grade 12 with a certificate, diploma, or degree in social work, or related human service discipline. Preference will be given to candidates with three (3) years of social / human services experience in a public service setting. Must submit to Criminal Records Check and Child Intervention Check Complete job description available from the Community Services Department. Deadline for Applications: Friday, June 21, 2013 at 4:30pm Resumes may be submitted to: Paul Salvatore Director, Community Services Town of Drumheller 703 2nd Avenue West, Drumheller, T0J 0Y3 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: (403) 823-7739 We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted. Kaleidoscope Theatre is in search of volunteers We need them for the following dates: Rehearsal July 14,15,16 from 6 until show end Evening Shows, July 17,18,19,23,24,25,26, from 6 until show end Sunday Matinee July 21 from 12:30 until show end If you can volunteer, please call Becky Neuman at 403-772-2352 or 403-820-5171. Thank you. Drumheller Public Library Upcoming Events: Watch for details to be released about the Drumheller Public Library Summer Reading Program. Did you know – we have public access computers which are free to use. You just need to book them ahead of time to ensure that one is available, also there is a cost to printing. Contact the Library for more details. Drumheller Public Library www.drumhellerlibrary.ca | Find us on Facebook “British Soccer Camp, indoors at the Badlands Community Facility; Mon. July 22nd to Fri. July 26th … various sessions & age groups from 3 years to 16 years of age.
This program is instructed by young, college-aged British students proficient in soccer skills and coaching abilities. Further information: contact Lyle, 403.823-1369. LRowe@dinosaurvalley.com” THE PRESTIGIOUS TOUR OF ALBERTA COMES TO DRUMHELLER - Yellow, Green, White and Polka Dot Jerseys – Anyone? FREE FOR THE VOLUNTEERS The Tour of Alberta – Canada’s Pro Cycling Festival is coming to Drumheller – September, 6, 2013. In anticipation of thousands of visitors and an international audience in the millions – we need your help to ensure that over 130 elite athletes, 250 team support personnel and our community make this a party to remember. So be a part of the action, in support of one of the biggest sporting events in Drumheller’s 100 years of history. We are looking for volunteers to provide security and hospitality support for the event. Come out and be a part of the excitement!! Volunteer for the Tour of Alberta in Drumheller today! To register for the many exciting volunteer positions available visit http:// tourofalberta.ca/site/about/volunteers/ Accepting youth volunteers 16 years and up. Or visit www.volunteerdrumheller.com Further inquiries can be made to the Community Services Department, Town of Drumheller, 403-8231324 Town of Drumheller 2013 Water Main Replacement The Town of Drumheller will be continuing their watermain replacement program in the area identified below: Construction is scheduled to begin by the end of June, 2013 and be completed by September 1, 2013. Additional notification will be provided to residents and businesses directly impacted as to the schedule and further inconveniences. Roads and lanes may be temporarily closed during construction. Construction will take place in the back lane between Centre Street and 1st Street West north of 3rd Avenue and south of Riverside Drive. The Town will be flushing mains prior to, during, and after construction therefore residents and businesses may notice a temporary increase in turbidity. If you have any questions please contact the Town of Drumheller Infrastructure Services at (403) 823-1308, Public Works at (403) 8321330, or the 24-hour On-Call at (403) 823-2100. Board Vacancies Vacancies exist on two boards: Municipal Planning Commission and Drumheller Public Library Board – please contact Linda at 403 823-1339 if you are interested to serve in this capacity. Thank you. Summer Swimming Lessons Registration for Summer Swim Lessons is now open Registration can be done in person at the Drumheller Aquaplex or Online: www.dinosaurvalley.com/ For additional information please call the Drumheller Aquaplex – 403-823-1322 or 403-823-1321
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Valley wears generosity on sleeve Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller
Drumhellerâ€™s sense of community was on display as neighbours worked towards protecting each otherâ€™s families and property. After the water subsided, the spirit of giving has continued. The high water events in Drumheller and throughout the province have inspired great acts of generosity to help families rebuild and move on. NewCap Radio in Alberta didnâ€™t wait for the water to fall. Last Wednesday, it hosted the Alberta Rising Radio-thon. This ran from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. to raise funds for the Red Cross to help ďŹ‚ood victims in south and central Alberta. The endeavour through all the Alberta New Cap radio stations raised more than $70,000 for ďŹ‚ood relief. Drum FM also teamed up with local businesses and held a one-day blitz fundraiser on Thursday. Locally it brought in about $25,000 for the local Salvation Army to
use for relief. â€œWe are blown away with the amount of support over the last week and didnâ€™t think we would raise this much, our original goal was $1,000,â€? said station manager Ryan Semchuk. While these actions were able to draw upon the larger community to make a diďŹ€erence, Mrs. Scottâ€™s Grade 5 class at St. Anthonyâ€™s started small, and by the end inspired a community eďŹ€ort. Mrs. Scottâ€™s students decided on Wednesday to have a popcorn sale to raise funds for ďŹ‚ood relief, as the ďŹ‚ood affected two members of their class. The studentsâ€™ eďŹ€orts were inspiring raising $500. This inspired the parents of the students to match the donation, bring their total up to $1,000. But it doesnâ€™t stop there, Cam Christianson of Canalta saw the merit of the project and he too matched the donation bringing the total up to $2,000, to go to the local Salvation Army.
Having arrived in the community hours before to their new posting to replace Lts. Matt and Rachel Sheils, Lts. Laurie and Dusty Sauder of the Salvation Army saw ďŹ rst hand the generosity of the community. In the meantime, the staďŹ€ at St. Anthony have also started to collect some funds. Christ the Redeemer School Division encompasses schools in communities that were devastated by the ďŹ‚oods. Our Lady of the Snows in Canmore, as well as Notre Dame Collegiate, Holy Spirit
Academy and St. Like Outreach in High River all closed for the year when the ďŹ‚ooding hit. A number of students and staďŹ€ have been evacuated and saw their homes destroyed. In all, the staďŹ€ at St. Anthonyâ€™s has collected $1,250, and Canalta again matched the funds bringing the total up to $2,500. These funds will be forwarded to Christ the Redeemer Schools Division and the board will hold the funds in trust for regional ďŹ‚ood relief.
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