Flin Flon City Council gathered last night in Council Chambers for their first meeting of November.
Steve Lytwin chaired the meeting and reminded everyone about the Remembrance Day Service at the Flin Flon Community Hall this Saturday and mentioned that everyone should try to get there at 10:30 with the service starting at about 10:50.
There were a few resolutions passed that the City will donate $75.00 towards the Ruth Betts Yearbook and they will also make a donation of $400.00 towards Hapnot Collegiate who will be hosting JV Volleyball Provincials November the 23rd to the 25th.
The City Of Flin Flon has established a policy for economic incentives for a new or existing business to be known as the Economic Incentives For Business Bylaw. Councillor Eagle went on to explain that they have set up guidelines for anyone who wants to bring in a business, what kind of business it is and what will it bring to the city.
The city is re-evaluating the repairs to the Public Library as tenders that they received were higher than they expected so they won’t make any more decisions on the repairs til Spring of 2024.
It was a busy Fire Chief report with several incidents being reported in September and October with the Fire Department responding to 15 calls. Five calls were to assist EMS, one structure fire, one kitchen fire, four fire alarms, two vehicle collisions and one airport incident.