St. Lawrence council briefs
The St. Lawrence town council met on Monday, Dec. 4.
During the meeting the following items were discussed:
and the minor soccer program brought forth the following issues to the committee,
— Fence by recreation centre has to be raised.
— Oil tanks need to be fenced in.
— Fence needs to be raised on north side of soccer field.
— Lighting need for ramp on recreation centre.
— Grand stands — NL Soccer Association said St. Lawrence does not have adequate seating to house events.
- rence Minor Soccer program informed council they would like to make to make the Memorial Soccer field their home field,
Coun. Michael Slaney said the association made the request to help prevent damage to the Centennial field.
“The kids are doing damage to Centennial field, — every year the kids are basically tearing it up,” he explained.
- tee is trying to determine how much interest there is for the local curling program. The rink is looking at a start up date of Jan. 7. Curlers of all skill levels welcomed. group of volunteers that would be interested in developing and maintaining an outdoor skating rink in the area on the Laurentian grounds.
The town is still having issues with a satellite Scotia Bank ATM machine located in the town. Mayor Paul Pike said one option for council to consider is looking into another service provider.
Correspondence to be acted on
- plication by CFI for exploration in the AGS and Director South Properties.
- tion to send two members to the Hospitality NL Conference and Trade Show looking for interested councillors. It was not decided during the meeting who would be attending from council. local committees to see if they would be interested in taking part in the 50th Pitch-In week.
- sidering nominees for Canada volunteer awards.