Three scheduled presentations are coming to council tonight, including one on the Dionne Quints Heritage Board to manage, promote and operate the Museum and collection.

Council will receive a report on a proposed 10 year agreement, for the cost $1.

Other presentations are on the new proposed arena at the Omischl Sports Complex and on renaming parkland to ‘Four Mile Lake Veteran’s Memorial Beach’.

There is a councillor motion coming forward on the parkland renaming, too.

Another councillor motion looks to rename the football field at the Omischl Complex after five-time Grey Cup winner Mike O’Shea, and include the field sponsor name.

At the earlier committee meeting, options to reduce textiles in the landfill will be discussed.

The draft recommendation calls for the city to ban the collection and disposal of textiles in the general waste stream.

(File photo by station staff)

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