Town brings bylaw services in-house

Osoyoos Council put on their work gloves and served foods at a community spirit barbecue Friday.

Council will have a new Bylaw Enforcement supervisor joining the municipal team next week.

The Town has hired Brendan Gojevic as the Bylaw Enforcement Supervisor. He will begin working for the Town as of May 13.

“The Town is bringing the bylaw enforcement operations in-house,” explained Janette Van Vianen, the Town’s Manager of Corporate Services.

“The Town previously held a contract with Deleau Enforcement Services,” she told Council. “This contract ended on April 30 . . . but while the new Bylaw Enforcement Officer transitions into office, [Deleau] will continue to assist with urgent bylaw enforcement matters . . . until May 31.”

Council also approved a new bylaw “logo” for its officers to wear on their uniforms.

Borrowing approved for lift station

Council approved borrowing up to $3,500,000 over 20 years to pay for construction of a new Lift Station to be placed near Legion Beach.

The $6-million project also included a realignment of Kingfisher Drive where it intersects 89 Street. Construction is scheduled to begin later this year.

Funding for Odd Squad drug presentation OK’d

The Town will help with the local delivery of a Vancouver-based drug education effort later this month, chipping in $1,500 to help cover abut $6,000 in travel and accommodations costs.

The Odd Squad uses a “reality based substance abuse presentation” to educate youth as to where the choice of using addictive substances can lead.”

The team is expected to visit Osoyoos Secondary School at the end of May.





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