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News Releases – Public Notices

K+S notification

July 23, 2015

To all at RM of Dufferin:

Please be advised there will be weekly emergency alarm set up at K+S Potash Canada site. It will operate every Thursday morning at 11 a.m.

Sask Crop Insurance June 2015 Seeding Program

June 24, 2015


RM of Dufferin #190 – Agricultural Producers with potential impact to seeded crops which may have germination issues due to dry conditions may have some program options as noted in the attached information. If enrolled in SCIC you may contact their office at 1-888-935-0000 for further details.

Scrap Tire Clean-Up 2015 Update

June 9, 2015

RM of Dufferin #190 Ratepayers – 2015 Scrap Tire Clean up Program –
From June 10-June 30 the RM of Dufferin #190 will be participating with the Saskatchewan Scrap Tire Association in collecting old used tired from farm sites in the RM of Dufferin #190.

There will be limited pickup offered for small vehicle and implement tires and limited manned hours for onsite drop off.

To register sites for collection and drop off – a Tire Owner Registration Form will be necessary to be filled out. The Form may then be submitted to the municipal office.

For more information please refer to attached posters, Facebook page or contact the municipal office.

2015 Scrap Tire Collection Drop Off Calendar

2015 Scrap Tire Reg Form

Water Security Agency Bulletin

May 29, 2015

The attached is a Bulletin from the Water Security Agency regarding water release from Buffalo Pound and inflow of water from Lake Diefenbaker.

Village of Bethune & RM of Dufferin #190's photo.

SaskWater – Water Conservation Advisory

May 28, 2015

Attention:  Buffalo Pound Potable Water Supply System(North & West ) customers:


May 28, 2015

Buffalo Pound Potable Water Supply System Users
Water Conservation Advisory

Attention: To Supply System (north and west ) customers.

Sask Water has been advised that the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant is currently experiencing a slowdown in its treatment process due to the current water quality in Buffalo Pound Lake. Several years of wet weather increased run-off into the lake, which subsequently produced higher than normal level of algae. The water quality issue in conjunction with the high demands due to the current warmer temperatures have resulted in demand outpacing the current treatment capacity.
As a result, SaskWater is asking its Buffalo Pound Potable customers to limit their discretionary water use such as lawn irrigation and car washing during this period.
Any questions regarding this advisory should be directed to:

SaskWater customer service at 1-888-230-1111

Monday -Friday 8am-5pm.

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