After 5.5 years with the City of Prince Albert, Fire Chief Jason Everitt has accepted a new position with the City of Melfort, Sk. The Fire Chief’s last day with the City will be June 29, 2018.
The City is reimagining Prince Albert downtown through a streetscape design project and the input of the public is needed. In the near future the City will be digging up Central Avenue to replace aging pipes that are 110 years old. The dig will require the replacement of all curbs, sidewalks and streets. Before rebuilding, the City will be establishing a streetscape design plan for Central Avenue and the downtown.
After careful consideration the City of Prince Albert and the Prince Albert Historical Society would like to inform the public that the Nisbet Church and Blockhouse, two of Prince Albert’s historical buildings located in Kinsmen Park, will be dismantled this month. The buildings have been underutilized for the last 40 years.
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Prince Albert, Sk. – The outdoor court facilities at the Midtown Community Club have undergone a recent restoration and reconfiguration and are now open to the public on a drop-in basis.
City Manager Jim Toye would like to announce that Wes Hicks has been appointed as the City’s new Director of Public Works. Hicks has worked with the City for the last six years as the Manager of Capital Projects. Wes is a Civil Engineering Technologist and a Certified Project Manager. He brings with him 33 years of professional experience, 5 years with consulting engineering firms and more recently with 22 years with the Federal Government in Prince Albert. Hicks oversaw 218 construction projects in his time with the Federal Government and 81 projects to-date with the City of Prince Albert.
The list of streets targeted for paving and utility digs this year is now available on the City’s website. There are 35 locations identified for paving and 5 locations that will be dug up for water and/or sewer replacements. $4.1 million is allocated to the paving program annually and since 2013, 47.2km of roadways have been repaving which is 16.4% of all roadways in Prince Albert.
City Manager Jim Toye is pleased to announce that Cheryl Tkachuk has been appointed as the City of Prince Albert’s new Director of Financial Services. Ms.Tkachuk has served as the City’s Assistant Director of Finance for a little over a year. She came to the City following a 16 year career at the Co-operative Health Centre in Prince Albert where she was the Manager of Accounting. Ms. Tkachuk is a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) and holds a designation as a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR).
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