Public works staff in Kindersley have been spending extra time addressing the drainage in town with the slightly warmer temperatures this past week.

Certain members are chipping ice and using the grader to spread it on the road to encourage a faster melt.

Others keep steaming the frozen catch basins which is currently a daily procedure because of the overnight freezing temperatures.
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The Town has been evaluating, investigating and responding to requests in order of importance, starting with the areas that are most unsafe for residents or property.
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All drainage in Kindersley will continue to be monitored and reported concerns are welcomed according to Town administration.

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