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PRESENTATIONS & UPDATES: 2 Day Community Meeting

todaySeptember 13, 2022 237

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Fisher River Chief & Council and Entities/Departments have provided their presentations and updates for members to view, additional reports will be added as received.

Day Two

Day One

Agenda for Community Meetings | September 13th and 14th
Fisher River Community Centre
5:00 PM to 8:00 P.M.

Day One – September 13th Agenda:

Opening Comments – Sam Murdock, Chair

Opening Prayer – Elder

Welcoming Comments – Chief Crate

  1. Flood Mitigation Plan – Chief and Council, Lorne Cochrane, Sam Murdock
  • Update on Flood 2022 and work underway, and flood mitigation plan.
  1. Project updates – Chief and Council, Sam Murdock
  • East side Road
  • Landfill
  • Meeting with Minister Doyle, re: Flood Mitigation/Hwy 224
  • RCMP detachment
  • Other:
  1. Red Turtle Lodge – Chief and Council – Committee Members
  2. Bill C92 – Lorne Cochrane and Board Members (Harold Cochrane)
  3. Housing Committee Presentation– Candace Garson, and Board Members
  4. PCH – Cindy Garson and Board Members
  5. Justice – Cynthia Murdock and Board Members

Day Two – September 14th Agenda:

  1. FRED Corp. – Lorne Cochrane, Patrick McKay, and Board Members -update on FRED businesses, Chinese Restaurant, Pharmacy, Solar Farm, Beach Cove, etc.
  2. Reconciliation – Lorne Cochrane
  3. CFS – Kevin Amos and Board Members
  4. Education/Day Care– Board Members
  5. Health/Rainbow House/Jordan’s Principal/ Etc. – Gwen Sutherland and Board Members
  6. Drug Bylaw – Keith Murdock
  7. Lands – Cliff Kirkness
  8. Fitness Center – Desmond Traverse
  9. VLTS – Barry Wilson
  10. Healing Center – Katina Cochrane and Board Members
  11. Sports and Recreation – Jennine Thaddeus
  12. Human Resources Program – Charlene Patterson
  13. Social Assistance – Rachel Murdock


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