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Click here to access Preliminary 2018 Election Results

On General Local Election Night, October 20, 2018, the CSRD will be posting preliminary election results as they are compiled in real time for the Electoral Area A Assent Vote (Referendum) and for Electoral Areas B, C, E and F.

These preliminary results are based on the ballot accounts prepared at each of the voting places and are subject to determination of official election results by the Chief Election Officer. 

Solid Waste Management Plan Review and Survey

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) is conducting a review of its Regional Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP), last updated in 2009.  The review will identify new initiatives for reduce, reuse, recycle and disposal programs for the next five years, as many of the 2009 recommendations have now been completed.  A review of new opportunities and directions will be conducted to update the SWMP and to establish implementation priorities for the next five years. 

CSRD election results go live

Follow the CSRD website on Saturday night for up-to-date, preliminary election results from around the Regional District.

On General Local Election Night, October 20, 2018, the CSRD will be posting preliminary election results as they are compiled in real time for the Electoral Area A Assent Vote (Referendum) and from Electoral Areas B, C, E and F.

Two candidates, Karen Cathcart in Electoral Area A and Rene Talbot in Electoral Area D, have already been declared elected by acclamation. 

CSRD to establish Junior Firefighter Program

Young people with a desire to fight fires will soon be able to try on firefighting for size, as the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) moves ahead with plans to establish a Regional Junior Firefighter Program.

The program is designed to give youth, ages 15 to 17, an opportunity to learn basic firefighting skills in a safe and inclusive environment. It is also hoped that interest in the program will enhance the future recruitment of firefighters in the region.

New Guidelines for Disposal of Drywall Material That May Contain Asbestos

To protect residents, contractors and workers at Columbia Shuswap Regional District Refuse Disposal Facilities from exposure to asbestos-containing materials, the CSRD has created guidelines and procedures for accepting construction, renovation and demolition waste which may contain asbestos.

Materials That May Contain Asbestos include: gypsum wall board, ceiling texture, wall tape and mud compound, floor tile and attic insulation.

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