Assessment Roll Open

Village of Sedley Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the Village of Sedley for the year of 2019 has been prepared and is open to inspection in the office of the assessor from 9 am to 12 pm and 1:00 pm to 4 pm Monday to Friday on the following days: March 28th, 2019 – April 29th, 2019. A bylaw pursuant to section 214 of The Municipalities Act has been passed and the assessment notices have been sent as required. Any person who wishes to appeal against his or her assessment is required to file his or her notice of appeal with The Assessor, Village of Sedley, 117 Broadway Street, Box 130, Sedley, SK, S0G 4K0, by the 29th day of April, 2019. Dated this 28th day of March, 2019 Samantha Gillies...

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Logo Contest! We Need YOUR Help!

The Sedley Volunteer Fire Department is re-designing their logo! We would like the input of the community in this endeavour.  We will be holding a design contest with the winning submission receiving  a $25 Gift card as well as becoming the new logo of the Sedley Volunteer Fire Department. Below is our current logo for reference. Submissions will be accepted until March 31, 2019 Please send your email submission to sedleyfire@hotmail.com. Interested in becoming a member? We currently are seeking 4-6 new members. No experience necessary. Mandatory training provided. All necessary personal protective equipment provided If you have questions please email them to sedleyfire@hotmail.com. Join the team and help make our community...

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Job Opportunity at Sedley Library

POSITION:       Branch Assistant SALARY:           $14.35/hour; guaranteed a 3 hour shift every month DESCRIPTION: Branch Assistants support the branch librarian in the operation of the local library branch.  They implement current information technology in all aspects of their work including circulation functions, record keeping, reporting and communications.  They circulate library materials and maintain appropriate records.  They assist patrons in finding resources/information.  They receive direction and training from the branch librarian and work with considerable independence.  Throughout their work, and particularly in serving the public, they are required to exercise judgement based on a knowledge of the organization of the regional library and its policies and procedures.  They report to their branch librarian or designate. TYPICAL DUTIES: Carry out all aspects of prescribed circulation, and registration procedures by means of current information technology supports Maintain regular, relevant, and timely communication with Branch Librarian Maintain competency in the use and operation of multiple information technology devices and applications Assist in the maintenance of the library public relations program Assist in running library programs during scheduled work hours as required Assist patrons in the use of library resources and equipment Shelve library materials and maintain orderly shelves and storage areas Carry out procedures for the regular exchange and transfer of library resources Keep all necessary statistics and receipts Supervise the use of public library computers Supervise the use of the library space, equipment and furnishings Maintain orderly and safe branch library service Participate in Shared-Shifts during the months of May and October Fill in for Branch Librarian as required May carry out the role and responsibilities of the Branch Librarian in the even tof an extended absence Other duties as assigned by the Branch Librarian or designate. QUALIFICATIONS:        Grade XII or equivalent; experience in serving the public; competent in the use and operation of multiple information technology devices; accuracy in keeping records; good organizational skills; ability to deliver creative and effective programming; ability to work independently; demonstrated oral and written communication skills; active reader; ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others; the ability to display judgement and tact when dealing with the general public; physical fitness allowing the lifting and moving of boxes/bins of library materials (up to 50 pounds); must be able to provide a criminal record check. Interested?  Contact Jeannine Nelson, Chair at 306-885-2234 or...

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