Before a province-wide audience of over 500 municipal officials, Association of Manitoba Municipalities President and Steinbach Mayor, Chris Goertzen, pointed to a new poll released last week by Probe Research indicating infrastructure as the most important issue on the minds of voters as they head to the polls on April 19.
In a recent public opinion poll conducted for the Association of Manitoba Municipalities, 85% of Manitobans agreed that local councils across the province deserve both a fair share of infrastructure tax dollars and a fair say in how they’re spent.
On January 15, 2016, the Manitoba government announced 29 new water and sewer projects with municipalities through the Manitoba Water Services Board.
Steinbach Mayor and AMM president Chris Goertzen, announced The Association of Manitoba Municipalities and the Manitoba government is co-hosting a one-day conference focused on creating a vision for a resilient future for Manitoba.
Steinbach City Council is pleased to announce the commitment of $1.5 million to the Bethesda Foundation.
Growing Communities, the Manitoba government’s new smart, strategic plan to transform rural infrastructure, will see new programs and funding that will spur economic growth, provide better services for families and create good jobs.
City of Steinbach mayor Chris Goertzen, along with the mayors of Manitoba’s cities, met in Brandon on November 23 during the AMM Annual Convention to establish priorities for the coming year.
City of Steinbach Mayor and Association of Manitoba Municipalities President, Chris Goertzen, will be in attendance at the upcoming AMM 16th Annual Convention.
Steinbach Mayor Chris Goertzen has officially announced the creation of a Mayor’s Task Force on Public Consultation consisting of Councillors Michael Zwaagstra, Cari Penner, and Susan Penner.