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At the Council and Committee of the Whole meeting held April 8, 2014, Mayor Mark Figliomeni awarded the prizes for the 2013 Christmas Decorating Contest.  Shown in the picture below is Antonella Costa accepting the award for 1st place.
In absentia, Pat and Deb Bourguignon were awarded 2nd place for the contest and Gene and Carmen Ross were awarded 3rd place for the contest.   

On April 2, 2014, the Township of Schreiber welcomed the students of Schreiber Public School and Holy Angels School, as the Township recognized World Autism Awareness Day, which aims to increase awareness about people, especially children, with autism.

Darion White, a student at Schreiber Public School, assists in the raising of the flag.


Council now Streaming Live!
Council/Committee of the Whole meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, at 6:30PM in Council Chambers.  Thanks to the initiative of the Schreiber Public Library,  Council meetings will now be streamed live to the web each second and fourth Tuesday, starting at 6:30PM.  Tune in at the link below. 
Click here    to view a live stream of the Council Meeting (only active during set meeting times)

Schreiber receives funding from SNCFDC's Local Initiatives to conduct environmental studies
The Township of Schreiber was very pleased to receive approximately $9,200 in funding from the Superior North Community Futures Development Corporation’s Local Initiatives program for environmental studies.  


The Township of Schreiber is actively dealing with a number of failed tax sale properties throughout the community.   In line with the Strategic Plan, long term financial goals and overall revitalization of the community, the Township is taking action on these properties to make them viable again.     Unfortunately, many of the structures located on these properties have become derelict and uninhabitable.   To move the community forward and eliminate potential safety hazards, the Township is forced to demolish some of these structures.  


The studies in question are known as Designated Substance Surveys (DSS) and are required under Occupational Health and Safety Act  (OHSA) to identify the presence of Designated Substances prior to demolition or renovation work.  The DSS’s ensure that the demolition of derelict structures is done in a safe manner, protecting workers and the public alike.   This funding represents a vital component of the Township’s planned demolition of two large derelict properties in the community.




NWMO News Release: Schreiber will continue on in the Learn More Program

  Winter Storm Safety Tips from the ESA
Winter Storm Safety Tips from the ESA

Check out Winter Storm Safety Tips from the Electrical Safety Authority (01/22/2013)


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