Every year the town receives a number of complaints regarding the parking of trailers on streets. There are complaints of detached trailers on the street as well as trailers being parked on the street for extended periods of time. To address, these issues Town Council has amended ‘ bylaw No 1-88 that regulates the operation of vehicles within the town.
Under the amendment, the parking of all types of detached trailers on town streets is prohibited. Trailers that are attached to vehicles cannot be parked on streets for more than 24 hours after which they must be removed from town streets for 48 consecutive hours.
Bylaw enforcement officers will work with residents to ensure compliance with the new amendment.
Fire Chief Bentley Gibson will receive the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal at Government House next Tuesday. Bentley has been with the Fire Department for 35 years (27 years as Fire Chief).
The Protective Services Medal recognizes exemplary long service for individuals working directly to protect Saskatchewan citizens.
Town Council congratulates Chief Gibson on receiving this well-deserved medal.
The Town of Gull Lake will be delivering the “Gull Lake Newsbreak” 60-second spot Thursday mornings on Eagle FM 94.1. Both the Town of Shaunavon (Talk of the Town) and the Town of Eastend (Discover Eastend) have similar weekly spots on CJSN.
The 60-second spot will give local community news, for Gull Lake. The first broadcast will air Thursday, September 7th between 7:50am and 8:00am. Be sure to tune in each week at the same time to the Eagle 94.1 to get your local news.