City of Steinbach Mayor, Chris Goertzen, has assumed the role of the President of the Association of Manitoba Municipalities following the resignation of Doug Dobrowolski.
Ensuring municipal priorities are front and centre during the upcoming provincial election has dominated the discussion at the RBC Convention Centre this week.
The mayors of Manitoba’s cities met in Winnipeg earlier this week, during the Association of Manitoba Municipalities Annual Convention, to re-establish priorities for the coming year.
Families in Steinbach and surrounding communities will soon have a new facility that will offer a variety of health-care services in one convenient location.
The mayors of Manitoba’s cities, including Steinbach mayor Chris Goertzen, met in Brandon last week and agreed infrastructure, the need for alternate revenue sources and public safety continue to be the top issues facing their communities.
Four significant road improvement projects on PTH 12 in the city of Steinbach will be supported through the cost-shared Urban Highway Fund, Premier Greg Selinger and Steinbach Mayor Chris Goertzen announced.
Steinbach Mayor Chris Goertzen met with other mayors of Manitoba’s cities in Brandon yesterday and agreed public safety is one of the top priorities facing their communities.
The blueprints for Steinbach’s new 23,000 square foot curling facility are being finalized and are expected to be released for tender early next week. The building of a new movie theatre has also been confirmed as part of the new facility.
With Remembrance Day only a few days away, it was perfect timing for Steinbach City Hall to unveil a new piece of artwork entitled “D-Day – 2013, Oil and Sand on canvas”.