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District of Clearwater Newsletter, Vol. 4, Issue 2

Please download the attached District of Clearwater Newsletter Vol. 4, Issue 2.

Important Notice to Resource Road Users

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO RESOURCE ROAD USERS

 

A province wide, safety-oriented project is underway to standardize two-way radio communications on forest service roads and some resource roads. This project includes
standardized signage, new dedicated resource road radio channels and standardized call procedures.

 

The Thompson Rivers Forest District along with other districts in the Southern and Northern Interior will begin implementing new resource road radio channels commencing on May 4, 2015. Districts on the Coast and in the Cariboo have already transitioned or are currently transitioning.

 

Forest industry workers and other road users using mobile radios must have their radios reprogrammed to incorporate the new resource road channels.

 

It is recommended that road users retain current radio frequencies until they are sure they are no longer required.

 

New signs posted on local resource roads indicate which radio channel to use and the calling interval, with drivers required to indicate their direction of travel and their vehicle type. Drivers using mobile radios must call according to the posted channels and call protocols.

 

All road users are reminded that forest service roads are not radio-controlled, but radio-assisted. All users should drive safely and according to road and weather conditions.

 

It is strongly recommended that all resource road users exercise additional caution during this transition period.

 

Local resource road safety committees have worked together to implement these changes. More information (including radio communications protocols, radio channels,
maps and standardized signs) is available online at:
www.for.gov.bc.ca/hth/engineering/Road_Radio_Project.htm

 

If you have questions about this project, please contact the Thompson Rivers Forest District Office (Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations) at (250) 371-6500, the website above, Industry Canada at 1 800 667-3780 or

 

Mark Taylor RFT
Engineering & Authorizations Technician
Thompson Rivers Forest District
(250) 587 - 6771

Ice Facility Operator Course

The District of Clearwater will be hosting in partnership with the Recreation Facilities of BC the – Ice Facility Operator Course

 

Course Description:

This 40 hour course - 5 consecutive-8 hour days - prepares students to write the British Columbia Safety Authority BCSA provincial IFO exam. Course content includes basic applied mathematics, safety, codes and regulations, basic refrigeration thermodynamics and system components, floor systems, coolants, electrical systems, heat reclaim and humidity control and general maintenance procedures. The pre-requisite for the BCSA IFO Exam are A. 40 hours job training through completion of the IFO course and exam and B. 30 days' work experience including completion of the practicum Log Book. The BC Safety Authority requires approximately 30 days' notice to book an exam. For more information on making application to write the provincial IFO exam, visit the BC Safety Authority Website www.safetyauthority.ca or call toll free 1-866-566-7233. It is recommended course participants purchase a Casio fx 260 solar calculator for the course. This calculator is supplied by the BCSA during the provincial IFO examination. Maximum class size 20. Students interested in pursuing their BCSA Refrigeration Operator RO provincial certification, may use their IFO classroom time as the first of three weeks classroom time required by the BCSA to qualify to write the provincial RO exam.

 

Date(s):

April 14 - 18, 2015

 

Registration Fee:

$887.20

 

Additional Information:
Location @ North Thompson Sportsplex

 

Register Here:

https://www.regonline.com/IFOclearwater

Proposed Harper Creek Mine Project Information Session

Please download the following notice for the upcoming Information Session for the Proposed Harper Creek Mine Project.

Wells Gray North Thompson and Robson Valley Global Geopark Project

Please download the following notice for more information on the Wells Gray North Thompson – Robson Valley Global Geopark Project.

Attachments:
Download this file (GeoParkFinal.pdf)GeoParkFinal.pdf

District of Clearwater Newsletter Vol 4 Issue 1

Please download the attached District of Clearwater Newslette Vol 4, Issue 1.

PUBLIC NOTICE Municipal Load Restrictions

The District of Clearwater has resolved the follow the Ministry of Transportation Road Restrictions within the municipal boundaries as follows:

Pursuant to Section 66 of the Transportation Act the following load restrictions will be imposed, on the following Provincial Highways and Roads until further notice:

LOAD RESTRICTIONS within the District of Clearwater,

Effective 12:01 a.m. Pacific Standard Time on Monday January 26, 2015

All MUNICIPAL ROADS, PAVED OR GRAVEL – 70% legal Axle Loading
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EXCEPT as listed below:

100% Legal Axle Loading
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Old North Thompson from Wells Gray Inn to Rona (North Valley)

Clearwater Village from the Wells Gray Inn to the Bridge at North Thompson River

Joyce Lane

McCorvie Road

2015 Five Year Financial Plan Public Information Meeting

PUBLIC NOTICE Please be advised that the DISTRICT OF CLEARWATER is holding a PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING regarding the 2015 FIVE YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN.


Please download the following document for more information.

North Thompson Property Assessment News Release

Please download the following news release in regards to property assessments for the North Thompson Valley.

Film Commission Offers Short Film Bursary

Please download the following press release for more information on the Film Commission's Short Film Bursary.

Community Recreation Guide Winter/Spring 2015

The District of Clearwater's Community Recreation Guide for Winter/Spring 2015 is now available for download.