JOB POSTING – CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

Contact: Frank Konrad – Mayor

Acceptance Procedure: Mail, Email

Submission Deadline: January 31st, 2015

Situated at the confluence of the Kettle and Granby Rivers in the southern interior, the City of Grand Forks showcases some of the most beautiful heritage buildings in the province. Located in the “Boundary” area of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, the City of Grand Forks is home to 4,000 residents, with a trading area of 8,000 people. The area offers an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities from river rafting, hiking, and fishing in the summer, to downhill and cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing in the winter. With the goal of preserving and enhancing services for our residents, the City has embarked on a strong Asset Management Program aimed at dealing with infrastructure that has been supporting this 115 year old municipality.

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PUBLIC NOTICE: CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS CLOSURE

City Hall for both 5th Street and 6641 Industrial Parkway will be closed from Monday, December 22nd to Friday, December 26th, 2014 inclusive.

City Hall for both addresses, will re-open for Monday & Tuesday, Dec 29th – 30th from 9am – 4pm and Wednesday, Dec 31st from 9am – 1pm.

City Hall (both) will also be closed Thursday, January 1st, 2015 & will commence regular business hours as of Friday, January 2nd.

Happy Holidays!

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MEDIA RELEASE: Chief Administrative Officer no longer employed by City

The City of Grand Forks would like to advise the community that the Chief Administrative Officer, Doug Allin, has left the organization. In keeping with the terms of his contract, there was a mutual agreement between Council and Mr. Allin to enact provisions within his contract regarding Mr. Allin’s employment and as a result he is no longer employed by the City of Grand Forks.

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Grand Forks Early Election Results – 2014

The ballot account papers are now completed for the election held on Saturday, November 15th, 2014.
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PUBLIC NOTICE: ADOPTION OF NEW BYLAW No. 1975, 2014

The City would like to afford the public the opportunity to review and comment on the proposed “Electrical Utility Regulatory Bylaw No. 1975, 2014” prior to adoption.

The objective is to rescind Electrical Utility Regulatory Bylaw No. 1543, 1998, to allow for the adoption of an updated, legislated bylaw that reflects current requirements and is workable and enforceable by City staff.

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PUBLIC NOTICE: ADOPTION OF NEW BYLAW No. 1970, 2014

The City would like to afford developers and the public the opportunity to review and comment on the proposed “Subdivision, Development & Servicing Bylaw No. 1970, 2014” prior to adoption.

The objective is to rescind Subdivision and Development Bylaw No. 1424, 1994, to allow for the adoption of an updated bylaw that reflects current requirements and facilitates efficient and up-to-date management of subdivision, development and servicing within the City.

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