Gordon Barnhart is seeking a second term as head of the association representing the province cities, towns and villages, despite two recent controversies and at least one reported call for his resignation. Barnhart, who has come under fire for comments about municipal amalgamation and for travel during the pandemic, is up for re election on Monday as the head of Municipalities of Saskatchewan, formerly known as the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association. The Saltcoats mayor sole challenger is Rodger Hayward, who currently serves as the mayor of Naicam and as vice president of towns in the association.
What I was told my many people there is that bin Laden represents an extremely pure interpretation of Islam to most Afghan people. Osama bin Laden is not an Afghan, he is Saudi Arabian. His family is still fighting lawsuits and claims that they cut him off 14 years ago from his share of his father’s inheritance.
Schaffer remembers the absurdity of that time. We had very little money and no jobs. We had an original Nintendo, and we would get full packs of Budweiser.” They survived on burritos and canned chili and spent their days making silly videos and a few failed pilots.
Believes that Bodegas could eventually serve as marketing opportunities for the companies making consumer packaged goods. Bodega very accurate demographic details about the people who live in a particular community and would use the service, giving brands a chance to put particular products in front of their target consumer. If a deodorant brand is going after young women, they might value making their product available at a dorm..
The Applicant has submitted quotes for the work, but the details in the scopes of work were minimal in detail and some of the methods described do not meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards. This includes pressure washing the building, mechanically cutting out mortar joints, sealing the masonry, etc. Staff provided feedback on the submission regarding our concerns for the proposed methods and lack of detail (correspondence is attached), but has not heard anything further.
The county hospitals are less full than they have been, at 82.4% acute care and 83.6% intensive care occupancy, but still treating more patients than the 70% capacity ideal. Fewer people are testing positive for the virus, about 7% down from more than 11% at the end of last year. But fewer people are getting tested, a worrisome trend that hinders the county’s ability to react effectively and stifle infections while administering the vaccine..