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City Council has made provision for private residents to dispose of yard wastes and household garbage without being charged the entry fee of $7.00 at the Sanitary Landfill from May 1st to May 14th, 2015. Any individual wishing to dispose of Hazardous Waste may haul it to the City Landfill which will have designated a Hazardous Waste Collection Site. City Bylaw #5156, Section 23, requires that tarpaulins are used to secure these loads. Violations will be issued for loads not secured by a tarpaulin. For further information, please call the Engineering Department at 306-694-4448.
It’s Spring, which means that Street Sweeping has started! The Engineering Department strives to keep the City clean, parked vehicles are a problem. It will take approximately 9 weeks to complete the initial sweeping of the streets in the City. Signs will be posted in all areas 24 hours prior to sweeping, with the exception of the business metered area. An early shift crew will be utilized for cleaning streets #1, #2, & #3 below (Residential streets are not included). The City of Moose Jaw is asking your co-operation by refraining from parking vehicles on the street when your area is being cleaned. PARKING RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ENFORCED The following schedule will be followed in cleaning City streets: Main Street North Metered Areas Downtown: 2nd Ave NW to 2nd Ave NE / Manitoba St. to Ross St. Parking adjacent to High Schools, and SIAST, 4th Ave Viaduct and 9th Ave SW/NW Arterial and Collector Streets and Bus Routes Residential Areas:North of Caribou St: 9th Ave NW to 5th Ave NE 4th Ave NE to 11th Ave NE: Oxford St. to Manitoba St. South Hill (including Churchill Park) Sunningdale VLA Areas Caribou St. to Ominica St.: 5th Ave NW to 16th Ave NW West of 9th Ave NW: Caribou St. to Laurier St. The street cleaning schedule is subject to change due to weather. WATCH FOR ADVERTISEMENTS DURING THE SWEEPING PERIOD FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION ON AREAS TO BE SWEPT. BE ALERT FOR DISCOLOURED WATER IN YOUR AREA DURING SWEEPING OPERATION. If further information is required, please call 306-694-4448.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW April 17, 2015 PROVINCIAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 2015 FLOOD EVENT APPROVED MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw has just received notification from the Ministry of Government Relations that the flood event that occurred on the dates March 17 to 19, 2015 will be recognized by the Province under the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) as a claim event eligible for disaster relief. Residents who experienced property damage during the March 17 to19, 2015 flood event are eligible to submit claim applications up to September 19, 2015. To qualify, a property owner must apply and submit the following: (1) denial of insurance coverage from their insurance carrier; (2) a statement indicating the claim resulted from the flood damage which occurred in and around March 17 to 19, 2015; (3) a copy of the applicant’s driver’s license; and (4) a copy of their 2015 property tax assessment. Any residents who may be eligible can obtain application forms from the City Manager’s Office, 2nd Floor, City Hall. Information on procedures and property eligibility can be found on the government website at: http://gr.gov.sk.ca/BeforeYouApply or http://gr.gov.sk.ca/AfterYouApply Residents can also contact PDAP directly by calling 1-866-632-4033. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 email@example.com
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW April 17, 2015 CITY OF MOOSE JAW AND MOOSE JAW FIREFIGHTERS’ ASSOCIATION LOCAL #553 INTEREST ARBITRATION AWARD HANDED DOWN MOOSE JAW – Arbitration Chair, A. Robson Garden, issued an Interest Arbitration Award for the City of Moose Jaw and the Moose Jaw Fire Fighters’ Association, International Association of Firefighters, Local 553. The Firefighters have been without a contract since December 31, 2010. The binding Award results in a 13% wage increase and covers the period from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2014. Wage increases for a First Class Firefighter shall increase January 1, 2011 by 2% and by 2.1% July 1, 2011; shall increase January 1, 2012 by 2% and .8% July 1, 2012; shall increase January 1, 2013 by 2% and 1.1% July 1, 2013; and shall increase by 3% January 1, 2014. As well, a .5% increase to pension contributions shall be retroactive to January 1, 2011. Going forward, an additional .5% shall be allocated for health and dental benefits. “This recent arbitration process will have significant retroactive costs,” said City Manager Matt Noble. “We accept this Award and we are pleased we can now update the Collective Agreement with our professional firefighters until the end of 2014. Regrettably, it means this Collective Agreement has already expired,” said Noble. “The decision adds to the increasing cost of providing tax-supported emergency services and reinforces the need to address this fiscal challenge on a community and province-wide basis,” he added. The City, in its presentation to the Arbitration Board, addressed the criteria pursuant to the newly-proclaimed Saskatchewan Employment Act and was the first municipality to have an Interest Arbitration Award heard under these new provisions. The Interest Arbitration Hearing took place in Moose Jaw from October 6 to 8, 2014. Bruce Siemens was the Firefighters’ Association Nominee while Kenneth Cornea was the City’s Nominee. The City was represented by its Counsel, John Saunders. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Council of the City of Moose Jaw intends to consider a bylaw pursuant to The Planning and Development Act, 2007 to amend the City of Moose Jaw’s Zoning Bylaw No. 5346 by rezoning Lot 24, Block 31, Plan 99MJ08500, civic address 378 Athabasca Street West, from R1 Low Density Residential District to CZ Contract Zoning District to allow for the construction of a two-unit (semi-detached) dwelling as shown on the map below: A copy of the proposed Bylaw may be inspected by any interested person at the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 228 Main Street North, from Monday, April 20, 2015 to Monday, May 4, 2015 from 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Submissions regarding the proposed Bylaw must be received at the Office of the City Clerk by 12 noon on May 4, 2015. The proposed Bylaw and any submissions regarding the proposed Bylaw will be considered at the regular meeting of City Council to be held in Council Chambers, City Hall, at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 4, 2015. DATED at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan this 15th day of April 2015. Myron Gulka-Tiechko - City Clerk
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW April 2, 2014 Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program Public Consultation Process Concludes MOOSE JAW – The public consultation process for the City of Moose Jaw’s Watermain Replacement Program has now concluded with next steps focused on the development of a report for Moose Jaw City Council’s consideration and decision. Matt Noble, City Manager, said the response from the public was important, and extended appreciation to those who took time to learn more, or participate. “We were encouraged by the approximately 700 responses of about 1,900 visitors to our online consultation site,” said Noble. “This represents significant engagement and we are reviewing all detail from the input now.” In addition to the online consultation, there were three information open houses conducted by the City’s Administration team. In total, approximately 300 individuals participated through these opportunities in March. Throughout the process, individuals learned about and responded to a series of questions about seven funding options identified by Moose Jaw City Council. These included: a municipal tax increase, water utility rate increase, Local Improvement Program (LIP), infrastructure levy, reduction in spending, utilizing some of its reserves, and borrowing funds. “Although participants in the survey had varying views on funding options,” said Noble, “95% of the respondents believed cast iron watermain replacement should be a top priority. This is very encouraging,” said Noble. “This program involves major infrastructure renewal for Moose Jaw over the long term, so input is key,” said Noble. “We need to work together as a community to make sure information is available for City Council to make its important funding decision.” The report to Moose Jaw City Council is expected to be presented later this month. Media Contact: Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 email@example.com
Effective April 1, 2015 Parking Meter rates will increase. Most meters will increase by $0.25/hour while those on Main Street (Core Area) from Ross Street to Manitoba Street will increase by $0.50 / hour. The following shows the impact of these increases. Coin Off Main Street Main Street – Core Area Old Rates New Rates Old Rates New Rates $0.50 /hr $0.75 / hr $1.00 /hr $1.50 / hr $0.05 7 minutes 4 minutes $0.10 15 minutes 8 minutes 6 minutes 4 minutes $0.25 30 minutes 20 minutes 15 minutes 10 minutes $1.00 120 minutes 100 minutes 60 minutes 40 minutes $2.00 240 minutes 1 180 minutes 1 120 minutes 100 minutes 1. Where permitted. Free parking is still permitted after 6 PM on weekdays, and all day Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Holidays. City of Moose Jaw, Engineering Department – 306-694-4448
Effective April 1st, the Sanitary Landfill Operating Hours will change to summer hours as follows: April 1st to October 31st Monday to Saturday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 20, 2014 7th Avenue Bridge - CLOSED MOOSE JAW – The 7th Avenue Bridge has been closed until further notice. The ice impacting the bridge over the past few days has caused significant damage to structural components of the bridge. All types of traffic including pedestrians are now restricted from using this structure. More information will be provided once river levels return to normal and structural damage can be more completely assessed. Media Contact: Colin Prang, Manager of Engineering City of Moose Jaw (306) 221-1990 or (306) 694-4523 firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 20, 2014 TREE BANDING FOR CANKERWORM CONTROL MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw is reminding the public that cankerworm season will be upon us in the next month or so. If you banded your trees in the fall, it is time to re-grease them now. The grease traps catch the female cankerworm moths, preventing them from crawling up the trunks of the trees and laying their eggs. If you didn’t band in the fall, it’s not too late. How to band a tree: All elm, Manitoba maple and fruit trees on or adjacent to your property, should be banded. Wrap a four to six inch wide strip of fibreglass insulation around the trunk – about five feet off the ground. That’s out of reach of pets and young children. Cover the insulation with a sheet of plastic wrap or cling wrap. Allow several inches of plastic above and below the insulation. A black plastic garbage bag will do. If you are using plastic wrap, tape the plastic to the tree with duct tape. If you are using cling wrap, then the duct tape is not required. Do not use nails or stakes. Spread a layer of a sticky substance, such as Tanglefoot, axle grease or petroleum jelly on the plastic. Inspect the sticky material regularly and remove leaves, insects and other debris and reapply sticky material if required. Bands should be removed by mid-May and reapplied by mid-September. Removing the bands prevents damage or discoloration of the bark. “These grease bands really do help control the cankerworm population,” says Parks Gardener, Daily Lennox. “I’d really like to see more trees banded in the avenues where the cankerworm numbers are usually higher than anywhere else in town.” For more information, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department or www.moosejaw.ca Media Contact: Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4439 email@example.com
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 17, 2014 Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program Consultation Launched MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw has launched its public consultation process for input on funding options for its Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program. Individuals can participate in the online consultation at www.moosejawconsults.ca, by responding to a series of questions about seven funding options identified by Moose Jaw City Council. These include: a municipal tax increase, water utility rate increase, Local Improvement Program (LIP), infrastructure levy, reduction in spending, utilizing some of its Reserves and borrowing funds. Printed copies of the survey can also be picked up on the Main Floor at City Hall. The consultation will conclude on March 31. A decision by Moose Jaw City Council, taking this input into consideration, is expected later this spring. Come and go information open houses will take place on: Tuesday, March 17 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. South Hill Fire Hall Wednesday, March 18 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Council Chambers, City Hall Thursday, March 19 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Lower Foyer, Art Museum Matt Noble, City Manager said this program is a major infrastructure renewal program for Moose Jaw and is being considered over the long term, given its scale. “Today, existing cast iron watermain renewal has reached a critical point,” said Noble. “It has been defined as one of the City of Moose Jaw’s biggest issues to address. If left unattended, matters will only get worse. Preparation is underway to manage some of those needs during the upcoming construction season.” Further information can be obtained from the City of Moose Jaw’s website www.moosejaw.ca, by calling 306-694-4567, or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 email@example.com
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 17, 2014 TREES FOR CITY BOULEVARDS IN NEW SUBDIVISIONS MOOSE JAW – If you live in any of the following new subdivisions, you may be eligible to receive up to 2 free trees from the City of Moose Jaw: Westheath – various locations Pleasant View - 200 Block of Iroquois St. East and Lillooet St. East West Park Parks Gardener, Daily Lennox states, “This is a City program to help build and extend our urban forest onto the boulevards of these new areas of the City.” Tree orders must be submitted to the Parks & Recreation Office by March 31, 2015, to qualify for this year’s delivery. For order forms or more information, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department, 4th floor, City Hall or visit www.moosejaw.ca Media Contact: Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4439 firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 9, 2014 ELM TREE PRUNING BAN MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw would like to remind all residents that the Elm Tree Pruning Ban will be in effect April 1st to August 31st in the Province of Saskatchewan. It is illegal to prune elm trees during this time. Elm bark beetles, which play a critical role in the transmission of Dutch Elm Disease (DED), are attracted to pruning wounds during this time. The beetle is the main carrier of the fungus responsible for DED and travels from infected trees where they deposit their eggs to healthy trees to feed. By flying from tree to tree, these beetles deliver spores of the fungus in a very effective manner. “In 2014, the City of Moose Jaw had 16 positive cases of Dutch Elm Disease,” said Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener. “Help protect our Elm tree population by adhering to the pruning ban and do not store elm wood for firewood.” All elm wood must be disposed of at the City Landfill and a disposal permit can be obtained, free of charge, from the Parks & Recreation Department in order to dispose of any elm wood you may have. For additional information please contact the City of Moose Jaw Parks and Recreation Department or www.moosejaw.ca Media Contact: Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4439 email@example.com
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW March 5, 2015 Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program Consultation Process Outlined MOOSE JAW – A consultation process related to the City of Moose Jaw’s Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program will include a series of ‘come and go’ information open houses as well as an online consultation opportunity anticipated to begin mid-March. Matt Noble, City Manager said the consultation is being conducted given the scale of this extensive infrastructure renewal process that impacts approximately 80 kilometres of cast iron watermain distribution system. The consultation responds to Moose Jaw City Council’s desire to ensure public awareness and input from the community about funding options, and will outline a long-term approach for this Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program. The options being considered include: a Local Improvement Program (LIP), tax increase, utility rate increase, infrastructure levy, reduction in spending, use of Reserves and borrowing. “As cast iron watermain pipes continue to deteriorate and corrode, the challenge surfaces,” said Noble. “The City of Moose Jaw currently invests more than $2 million annually to maintain the watermain system emergency breaks. With a planned program, the benefits of any investment for our community will exist for generations to come.” To learn more about this process, the public is invited to participate in ‘come and go’ information open houses set for: Tuesday, March 17 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. South Hill Fire Hall Wednesday, March 18 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Council Chambers, City Hall Thursday, March 19 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Museum & Art Gallery Foyer Note – these dates have been rescheduled from March 10, 11 and 12 as previously noted. A decision on the Cast Iron Watermain Replacement Program funding options by Moose Jaw City Council is expected this spring. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4427 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pursuant to section 187 (1) of The Cities Act, notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the City of Moose Jaw for the year 2015 has been prepared and is open to inspection at the City of Moose Jaw, Finance Department, Main Floor, 228 Main St N, Moose Jaw from 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the following days: Monday to Friday, March 3rd to April 1, 2015 with exception of statutory holidays. Any person having an interest in any property who wishes to appeal the assessment of that property to the Board of Revision is required to file his or her notice of appeal in writing to: The Secretary of the Board of Revision, 228 Main St N, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8, on or before the 1st day of April, 2015. Dated this 3rd day of March, 2015 Brenda Hendrickson Acting City Assessor APPEAL FEE SCHEDULE Assessment appeals to the Moose Jaw Board of Revision must be accompanied by the appropriate appeal fee*: Residential Property (up to three units): $30/property Condominium (Residential):$30/unit Other - see fee schedule below: Assessed Value of Property Fee 0 to 100,000 $50 100,001 to 200,000 $100 200,001 to 300,000 $150 300,001 to 400,000 $200 400,001 to 500,000 $250 500,001 to 600,000 $300 600,001 to 700,000 $350 700,001 to 800,000 $400 800,001 to 900,000 $450 900,001 to 1,000,000 $500 1,000,001 to 1,100,000 $550 1,100,001 and over $600 *If there is an error on the notice for ownership, property address, and/or legal land description, a copy of the current Certificate of Title must accompany the "Notice of Appeal" form. NO FEE IS REQUIRED. *If there has been any change to school support, signature of all registered owners listed on the "Notice of Assessment" must appear on the "Notice of Appeal" form. NO FEE IS REQUIRED Please make cheques payable to City of Moose Jaw.
MOOSE JAW February 20, 2015 CITY OF MOOSE JAW CAST IRON WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw Council has approved the first of a $117 million cast iron watermain replacement program to address issues arising from deterioration of a water distribution system almost a century old. This program will begin in 2015. Over the next few weeks, the City of Moose Jaw will be issuing regular news releases and providing information to assist homeowners in understanding the issues that face the City as this program unfolds. For the current year, the expenditure is expected to be $5.85 million with 70 per cent of the cost already committed by the City. A citizen consultation process, including an online input survey and a series of open houses will take place in March, to seek input into the options available for the remaining 30 per cent portion of this budget. A series of ‘come and go’ information open houses will be held: Tuesday, March 10 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. South Hill Fire Hall Wednesday, March 11 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Council Chambers, City Hall Thursday, March 12 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Herb Taylor Room, Public Library Did you know? Cast iron watermains were installed in Moose Jaw over three distinct periods: pre-1920, 1920 to 1950, and post-1950. The water system is designed with large diameter feeder lines taking the supply to defined areas, while smaller diameter distribution lines take the water supply to individual homes and businesses. Some feeder lines were designed as both. Cast iron distribution lines measure approximately 387 city blocks and the feeder lines measure approximately 68 city blocks. Do you know what happens if we don’t deal with this issue? Watermain breaks and repair costs will continue to escalate and be unsustainable if full replacement work does not begin quickly. The breaks threaten the integrity of the water system, including the safety of the system, and ability to provide fire protection.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW February 20, 2015 INFORMATION SESSIONS ANNOUNCEDFOR CAST IRON WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MOOSE JAW – Details have been announced for three information sessions, as part of the City of Moose Jaw’s consultation process for a major multi-year $117 million the cast iron watermain replacement program, beginning in 2015.. A series of ‘come and go’ information open houses will be held:Tuesday, March 10 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.South Hill Fire HallWednesday, March 112:00 to 5:00 p.m.Council Chambers, City Hall Thursday, March 12 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.Herb Taylor Room, Public Library Matt Noble, City Manager, says the public information process is important, especially given the scale of this program and because it has been defined as one of the City of Moose Jaw’s biggest issues to address.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW February 12, 2015 CITY APPROVES 20-YEAR CAST IRON WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw Council has approved the first year of a 20-year, $117 million cast iron watermain replacement program, beginning in 2015 to address issues arising from deterioration of a water distribution system almost a century old. For the current year, the expenditure is expected to be $5.85 million with 70 per cent of the cost already committed by the City. A citizen consultation process, including an online input survey and a series of open houses will take place in March, to seek input into the options available for the remaining 30 per cent portion of this budget. Matt Noble, City Manager, says getting the process moving quickly is important so the City can make best use of resources and begin the bid process early this spring. “We know this is a long-term undertaking so we want to go about this in the most cost effective manner possible,” Noble said. “We are up against tight timelines so contractors can finalize schedules and workloads.” With the extensive infrastructure work anticipated, the City recognizes the inconveniences many citizens will face over the upcoming construction seasons. “We appreciate the patience of our citizens as we undertake this major project,” said Noble. “We will do our best to ensure a smooth process.” Cast iron watermains were installed in Moose Jaw over three distinct periods: pre-1920, 1920 to 1950, and post 1950. The water system is designed with large diameter feeder lines taking the supply to defined areas, while smaller diameter distribution lines take the water supply to individual homes and businesses. Some feeder lines were designed as both. Distribution lines measure approximately 387 city blocks and the feeder lines measure approximately 68 city blocks. “Over many decades, the original system served our community well,” said Noble. “Unfortunately, with every month of service, it becomes less reliable, subject to sudden leaks or breaks caused by weather conditions or simply due to its natural deterioration. When this happens, it is without warning signs and there is service disruption for residents and/or businesses. In 2014, the City expended more than $1.8 million in repairs to lines. This means affected residents are disrupted, streets and sidewalks are dug up and the City loses the normal life to be expected of their asphalt, as just one example. “Maintenance crews know the next watermain replacement call is not far away,” he added. “There is an urgent need to address this issue.” Details of the consultation process will be provided in the weeks ahead. The final report to City Council is expected in April. Media Contact: Matt Noble, City Manager City of Moose Jaw (306) 694 4427 email@example.com
SNOW ROUTE PRIORITY PLOW PARKING BAN – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2015 On Tuesday, February 17, parking is not allowed on the SOUTH side of the following streets to allow easy access for snow plowing operations (i.e. no parking on the south side): Saskatchewan St. W. from Main St. to Algoma Ave. Saskatchewan St. W. from 7th Ave. N.W. to 9th Ave. N.W. Caribou St. W. from 1st Ave. N.W. to 8th Ave. N.W. Caribou St. W. from 9th Ave. N.W. to Thatcher Dr. Please note that any vehicles parked on the south side of the above streets will be towed at the owner’s expense.
NEWS RELEASE MOOSE JAW February 5, 2015 BOULEVARD TREE PRUNING MOOSE JAW – The City of Moose Jaw has initiated its annual Boulevard Tree Pruning Program which will take place over an approximate one month period commencing on February 9, 2015. This pruning is part of the Urban Forest Maintenance Program to improve the health and safety of the City’s trees. The public is advised of the following: Pruning operations will take place Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. in designated areas only. “No Parking” signs will be posted in these designated areas 24 hours in advance of the pruning and will remain up until the work is completed (estimated to be 2 to 3 days per block). Vehicles not adhering to the signs will be ticketed and possibly towed. Entire blocks will be pruned at a time. Streets will not be blocked off unless traffic becomes a safety issue. “We are continuing to prune in the Avenues, due to the large number of mature Elm trees”, said Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener. “However, we also realize the need for pruning in the older areas of South Hill and therefore Coteau Street East is also being done”, she added. The following blocks will be pruned: Saskatchewan Street - 5th Ave NW to Algoma Street 4th Avenue NW - 1100 and 1200 blocks Henleaze Avenue - 1100 and 1200 blocks 3rd Avenue NW - 800, 1000, 1100, and 1200 blocks Grafton Avenue - 1000, 1100, and 1200 blocks Coteau Street East The City requests everyone’s assistance in respecting the “No Parking” areas to ensure the safe and efficient movement of the pruning crew and equipment. Media Contact: Daily Lennox, Parks Gardener City of Moose Jaw PHONE # (306) 694-4439 firstname.lastname@example.org