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Temporary Street Closure
The traveling public is advised that Leroux Street in Fisher Branch will be closed to through traffic at the end of June for approximately 2 weeks. This closure is necessary for repairs to the pilings on the bridge. Before and during the repair, contractors will be moving heavy equipment to the work site. Local residents and the traveling public are advised to drive cautiously and be watchful for large equipment and construction personnel on and in the vicinity of this section in the coming weeks.
The RM of Fisher Council and the LUD of Fisher thanks and appreciates the public for its understanding and patience while this necessary work progresses.
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF FISHER
CUSTODIAN – CASUAL POSITION
WASTE DISPOSAL SITES – FISHER BRANCH, POPLARFIELD, HODGSON
The Rural Municipality of Fisher invites applications for the position of Custodian (Casual) for our three Waste Disposal Sites. This would be on an as needed basis.
Requirements for this position are:
- Valid driver’s license
- The applicant must be prepared to obtain any legislated certification that is required for the position.
Job Description: The Custodian is required to direct waste disposal and recycling activities, and perform other duties relating to maintenance of the site as assigned.
Days/Hours: The Disposal Sites are open three (3) days a week - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Hours vary depending on the season.
The R.M. of Fisher offers a competitive wage for this position. Salary is set out in the CUPE Local 4348 Collective Agreement and is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Written applications including resume, cover letter and three work related references to be submitted in confidence. This position will remain open until filled.
RM of Fisher “Custodian Position”
P.O. Box 280
Fisher Branch, MB. R0C 0Z0
Phone: (204) 372-6393 Fax: (204)372-8470
Fisher Branch & District are proud to announce the arrival of the
FISHER BRANCH TOWN MONUMENT.
The Reeve and the Fire Department of the R.M. of Fisher have LIFTED the Fire Ban effective June 1, 2015.
Permits are available by contacting your Ward Councillor or calling the Municipal Office at
The Rural Municipality of Fisher Office now offers for your convenience the opportunity
to pay your Tax and Utility payments by way of On-line or Telephone Banking at the
Toronto Dominion Bank
Credit Unions (check with your local Credit Union)
THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF FISHER
BURNING PERMITS ARE REQUIRED YEAR ROUND
Please contact your councillor for issue of a Burning Permit.
THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF FISHER
Ownership maps are available for purchase from our office at the following costs:
Color: $40.00 Black & White: $28.55
Vacant Lots for Sale or Development!!
The Fisher Branch Chamber of Commerce- Housing Committee is compiling a list of
vacant properties in the town of Fisher Branch, as well as in the Rural Municipality of Fisher.
If you have a lot that is vacant and you would like to sell it for development, please call:
Darcy Plett 372-6648 or 372-6025.
Please note as per Resolution No. 16.3-01-12 dated January 4, 2012 the Council of the RM
of Fisher has set the following fees, per load, for volume dumping at the Poplarfield Waste Disposal Site:
e.g. demolition waste, fire cleanup, environmental cleanup.
Tandem Load Semi Load
Land fill waste (includes household; bale wrap) $175.00 $250.00
Burnable waste $100.00 $150.00
Recyclables No cost No cost
TEST YOUR HOME FOR RADON
The Canadian Cancer Society urges all Manitobans to test their homes for Radon.
Radon is a colorless, odorless cancer-causing gas that enters homes through
cracks and gaps in the floors and walls of basements, and can build up over time.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Get your home or business tested. Radon is easy to test for and can usually be
reduced to safe levels with the help of a professional radon mitigator.
You can find Canadian professional radon mitigators listed on the National
Environmental Health Association website at www.neha-nrpp.org/cnrpp.shtml.
You can purchase low-cost testing kits through the Canadian Cancer Society by
calling toll-free at 1-888-532-6982.
For more information about radon visit www.cancer.ca/radonmb .