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Invermere Public Library – Survey

I have been asked from a Board Member from the Invermere Library, to ask our members to complete a short online survey regarding the Invermere Library. The Library’s website is http://invermere.bclibrary.ca/ For the survey…” We want to hear from you! Respond to this quick survey on Library services Help us learn more about our library patrons, what you value most about the Invermere Public Library, and what suggestions you have for us. Complete our short on-line survey by clicking here. <http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/invermerelibrarysurvey> Your input is greatly Continue reading →

Columbia River Treaty

For those who are interested in more information on the Columbia River Treaty, here is a link to wendybooth.ca that will help explain the Treaty and what is happening with it. (Thanks again Wayne) http://wendybooth.wordpress.com/columbia-river-treaty-review/

Fairmont Creek and Cold Stream Creek Hazard Assessment

I have just been email the links to items 8.7 and 8.8 (Thanks Wayne) http://www.wendybooth.ca/blog/HazardAssessmentColdStreamCreek.pdf http://www.wendybooth.ca/blog/HazardAssessmentFairmontCreek.pdf Hi All If you follow the link below, item 8.7 and 8.8, you will see the hazard assessment reports for the 2 creeks in Fairmont.  These were completed after this summers flooding events.  This is for your information.  Caution it is a large file. ftp://ftp.rdek.bc.ca/agendas/electoralareaservices/EASAgenda_Dec%205.pdf Wendy– Wendy Booth Director Area FRDEK 250 345 6155 www.wendybooth.ca

RDEK – Emergency Numbers

Hello everyone, Mother Nature is at it again.  If you live in and around a waterway, you may  have noticed ice building up on some local rivers and streams.  With the warmer temperatures this week, there is the potential for ice jams to cause localized flooding.  I wanted to send out the numbers to call in case of emergency just as a reminder.  Please keep these handy all year through!  If you are experiencing flooding (or another large scale event), these are the numbers that Continue reading →