The LCCAS Board met with the the adjuster for our insurance company, engineer, consultant and environmental contractor today.
The insurance company will start with removing the asbestos and lead paint. Next they will shore up the arena for salvaging. The entire arena will be then be demolished, saving the existing ice surface and curling rink.
A new metal building will then be built with the same square footage of the current building.
More details will be provided in the Village Happenings.
If you haven’t already purchased your Lomond History Book, now is your chance!
The Village of Lomond 2017 Municipal Election candidates are
All three candidates successfully returned to office by acclamation.
Becoming an Elected Official is an excellent way to serve your community yet it requires a certain amount of time and effort. The information below outlines some of the expectations and requirements of Elected Officials in the Village of Lomond.
Please note that every candidate should read and reference the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and the Local Authorities Election Act (LAEA) for all regulations. These documents can be found at:
Nomination Day is Monday, September 18, 2017 from 9am to noon. A candidate is required to bring their nomination papers with 5 signatures and a check or cash for $25.
Election Day is Monday, October 16, 2017
Be sure to stop into Vulcan Business Development Society and talk to Liza to apply!
Celebration to take place July 15, 16, 17th 2016.
7-10pm – Registration at Drop-In
Penny Jones and Kate Koch – Official photographers – video of pictures can be ordered
Evening start of ball tournament and beach volleyball.
6-9pm – Lomond Community Club’s evening of food and fun starting with supper, followed by raffles and draws, races and games for kids, popcorn and bonfire.
8pm – Ball Commitee’s Texas Hold-em Poker Tournament and Beer Gardens
9-11pm – Teen dance at Tennis Court organized by School Leadership Group.
11pm – Village of Lomond and Sponsors amazing display of fireworks.
8-930am – Western Tractor breakfast at Centre
1030-1130am – Parade and Show and Shine
1145am – Opening Ceremonies: Welcome by the mayor and dignitaries will take place in the arena.
12pm – History Book unveiling and first edition auction.
Ball Tournament and Beach Volleyball
Food available at Harvest Moon Cafe and 4-H Concession at Centre
130pm – Kids Carnival at Centre
2-230pm – Library will provide refreshments and cake after your veiwnig of the Heritage Garden Displays of local school sites and the names of personnel serving in the armed forces.
3-430 – School and Multi-purpose facility tours.
5-7pm – Lion’s Beef Barbeque
Ball Commitees beer garden and dance.
Ball tournament and beach volleyball
9-1030am – Breakfast
11am – Church service with lunch at 1215 at Bethany Lutheran Church
1230pm – Concession
Family Displays at Centre.