City of Salmon Arm
The opening words from Kukpi7 Wayne Christian of Splatsin accurately summed up the spirit of the entire Sicamous-to-Armstrong Rail Trail Corridor Interjurisdictional Governance Advisory Committee at a meeting held March 15 at the Splatsin Community Centre.
Kukpi7 Christian, who was elected Committee Chair, spoke of the value of advancing the project for the entire region, likening it to a team of horses.
With respect to the minor earthquake which took place Saturday, March 2, 2019 in the Salmon Arm area, the Shuswap Emergency Program (SEP) can confirm there were no reports of injury or damage to property.
The Columbia Shuswap Regional District is seeking proposals from qualified Proponents to review the existing Design and Operation Plan for the Salmon Arm Landfill and develop a report to update the existing Design and Operations Plan, a Phase 3 Closure Plan Design report and a Conformance Review report are also required.
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Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) Directors endorsed the submission of a $13 million grant application to the Federal Investing in Canada Infrastructure grant program to fund the development of the Sicamous to Armstrong Rail Trail.