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10:30 am: Let’s Celebrate Christmas! Carols and Readings
December 29, 2019
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All day: Newsletter Submission Deadline
January 15, 2020All day
Eleven times every year the Montgomery Place Community Association newsletter reaches all homes in Montgomery Place. Over 1000 copies are printed each issue. There is no newsletter printed in July.
Due to space constraints, we sell only business advertisements at a size of 2.5″ x 2″. The monthly cost of each single ad is $25. There are no quarter or half page business ads available.
There is a yearly pricing for single ad of $200 per year. We bill in advance for each calendar year, for the regular advertising in the 11 issues of our newsletter, asking for payment by December 1, for the following year.
We ask that all ads be prepaid and submitted by the 15th of the month.
*Please note that ad space is limited and preference will be given to Montgomery Place residents.
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4:00 pm: Circle Drive Plan Open House
January 22, 2020 –
Circle Drive Functional Plan – Laurier Drive to Clancy Drive
Justen McArthur, CIMA Canada, sent this update on the Circle Drive Functional Plan.
The City of Saskatoon is working with CIMA Canada Inc. to complete a long-term plan for Circle Drive West between Clancy Drive and Laurier Drive. The goals are to:
...We have prepared a Public Engagement Report... posted on the City’s Engage page: www.saskatoon.ca/engage/circle-drive-west-functional-planning-study under “Related Documents”.
Since the June open house, the study team has been developing a range of alternatives for the Circle Drive Functional Plan. The alternatives are being reviewed and evaluated together with City staff and are currently being modelled and costed. This should lead to a preferred plan for the City’s consideration.
As indicated on the study webpage Saskatoon.ca/circledrivestudy our next open house is planned for January 22, 2020, 4-7 pm at the Shaw Centre, 122 Bowlt Crescent. At this open house, alternatives and the preferred plan will be on display for review and comment. If you visit the study webpage you may e-mail Justen.McArthur@cima.ca for updates about the project.
If you have any questions regarding the project please feel free to contact me – Justen McArthur, Associate Partner, Senior Project Manager, Transportation, CIMA Inc. Telephone 306-653-2462 ext. 7902 4th Floor–333 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2M2.
As noted in the study title, the 11th Street intersection is not a part of this project. See the map at: www.saskatoon.ca/sites/default/files/documents/circle_drive_functional_plan_-_study_area.pdf However, Circle Drive South is a common travel route for most Montgomery Place residents and future construction will have an impact.
Attend the Open House at Shaw Centre on January 22, 2020, 4-7 pm.
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7:00 pm: Nutrien WinterShines Event - Richard St. Barbe Baker
January 25, 2020
Saskatoon’s Winter Festival - Nutrien Wintershines - is January 25 to February 2. See www.nutrienwintershines.ca
Nutrien WinterShines offers an event at 7 pm on January 25, 2020 about Saskatoon’s world famous conservationist, Richard St. Barbe Baker, the Man of the Trees. Presented by author Paul Hanley and ecologist Robert White, the event will be held in the Brainsport community room 616-10th Street East (entrance on the east side at the back). Free tickets are available on Eventbrite. Donations are gratefully accepted at this free event.
Your support helps maintain the Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation area south of Montgomery Place as healthy green space, as well as environmental and historical education regarding the afforestation areas and safety. Cash donations support prevention activities for illegal motorized vehicle restriction and dumping, as well as the restoration work of the park, fencing, and signs. Or, sponsor a tree with $25 a month.
For more forest information, contact email@example.com or visit stbarbebaker.wordpress.com
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