Kindersley's Town Council Meeting took place on Tuesday October the 10th, due to the Thanksgiving long weekend.
There were no delegations but many discussions and decision items were on the agenda. Mayor Rod Perkins along with other town council members mentioned an application for a massage therapy home based business on Frere Street in Kindersley.
There was also discussion of the 2017 Community Grant Fall Program which received over 30 applicants. The total distributed was $7,691.34.
The Kindersley Tourism Review of 2017 was a large topic of the October council meeting. Kindersley saw a 50% increase in visitation at the Tourism Centre for the 2017 season, assumable due to the Canada 150 celebrations.
Wheatland Regional Library also proposed a levy increase of $0.10 per capita for all municipalities. This will be the first levy increase since 2009 and is needed to provide sustainable funding for our
Kindersley Town Council went on to proclaim National Teen Driver Safety Week. The national week will begin on October 15th and continue through to the 21st. This week will highlight the dangers of impaired driving and the effect it has on teen drivers.