Notice of Election 09.21.22NOTICE OF ELECTIONTHE TOWN OF MORRISNotice is hereby given that the office of Mayor has been acclaimed for the Town of Morris:Office of Mayor:Scott Crick (acclaimed)Notice is hereby given that a vote of THE TOWN OF MORRIS will be taken to elect Councillors from the following duly nominated candidates:For the offices of Councillor:
Senior Election Official for the Town of MorrisBrigitte DoerksenPh# 204-746-8675 orEmail: email@example.com
- Mel Baxter 6. Reba Krahn
- Chris Hamblin 7. Taylor Braun
- Yvette Habes 8. Tim Lewis
- David Funk 9. Trevor Thiessen
- Pro Lagos
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
PEMBINA VALLEY WATER COOPERATIVE INC.
REVISED WATER RATES
Pembina Valley Water Cooperative – PUB Notice of Application
NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS –TOWN OF MORRIS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days: September 14, 2022, to September 20, 202
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the following location #1-380 Stampede Grounds
I will receive nominations for the offices of Mayor and Councillors for the Town of Morris.
The nomination deadline is September 20, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. Nominations CANNOT be accepted after this day.
Additional details can be found here
POTENTIAL FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN SOUTHERN MB STARTING TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 2, 2022
Significant Weather Highlights
Afternoon & Evening
Thunderstorms are likely in southern Manitoba on Tuesday. Severe weather is expected over much of the region, with particular attention on Winnipeg and the Red River Valley. The most severe thunderstorms may contain very large hail, destructive winds, and tornadoes. Otherwise, large hail and wind gusts to 90 km/h are possible.
PUBLIC NOTICE BOARD OF REVISION
Public notice is hereby given that the 2023 Assessment Roll for the Town of Morris has been delivered to the Town Office at #1-380 Stampede Grounds and is open for public inspection during regular office hours. Applications for revision may be made in accordance with Sections 42 and 43 of the Assessment Act.
POTENTIAL FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN SOUTHERN MB – OVERLAND FLOOD WARNING ISSUEDImportance: High
Manitoba’s Dutch elm disease (DED) Surveyors are now out in communities starting their inspections. Many residents are used to seeing DED staff driving or walking around both public and private properties while they conduct their work. Read More