Bylaw #2021-186 – Burstall Landfill Site Operation & Rate Schedule Bylaw

TOWN OF BURSTALL

BYLAW NO. 2021-186

A BYLAW FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING AND OPERATING THE BURSTALL LANDFILL SITE

The Council of the Town of Burstall in the Province of Saskatchewan, enacts as follows:

This Bylaw shall be known as the “Burstall Landfill Site Operation And Rate Schedule Bylaw”.

The Landfill Site is only for the use of the Town of Burstall & R. M. Of Deer Forks #232 rate payers & residents.

Accepted Waste Materials (No Charge If Disposed of/Sorted Correctly)
– Yard Debris
– Trees
– White Metals
– Electronics (disposed of in the Electronic C-Can)
– Concrete
– Propane Tanks (valve must be removed)

Appliances (No Charge If Disposed of Correctly):
– Fridge (door must be removed)
– Freezer (door/lid must be removed)
– Air Conditioner

Washer or Dryer (door/lid) must be removed

Barbeque

ALL ITEMS DEPOSITED INTO THE BIN WILL BE CHARGED ACCORDINGLY.

The invoice will be made in triple. One copy for the customer, one copy of the landfill attendant and one copy for the Town of Burstall Municipal Office.

The customer will be invoiced by the Town of Burstall Municipal Office.
Any invoices that are not paid for in full upon receipt of invoice, will be refused access to use of landfill site until paid in full.

THE VOLUME WILL BE ESTIMATED AND CHARGES SHALL BE AGREED TO BY BOTH THE ATTENDANT AND THE HAULER BEFORE ITEMS ARE UNLOADED.

Minimum Charge
$3.00 – minimum charge for disposal fee

Furniture/Construction and/or Renovation Materials (Broken Down):
$10.00 per m3

Bagged debris
$3.00 per bag

Demolition waste materials (going into demolition bin)
$75.00 per m3

Furniture (not broken down and going into demolition bin)
$75.00 per m3

Shingles – Minimum Charge
$100.00 – minimum charge for disposal

Shingle
$100.00 m3

Large Demolition Projects
– Refuse created from large demolition projects and the demolition of structures will NOT be accepted. The owners (or the owners’ contractor) will be responsible for renting their own waste bin and all associated costs to dispose of the materials.

Truck loads larger than 1 ton will NOT be accepted. Loads may not be accepted if not accepted waste materials are detected by the attendant.

Non-accepted Waste Materials:
– Vehicle and/or Tires
– Recyclables such as paper, cardboard, plastics, tins (that can go into the home/business recycle carts)
— Animal Manure (feces) or liquid waste
– Animals (deceased) or slaughterhouse waste
– Grain or screenings
– Chemical, herbicide or pesticide products or containers
– Petroleum waste including oil filters, oily rags, oil containers
– Hazardous waste or radioactive materials
– Paint, paint thinner, or paint remover cans unless they are empty and dry with the lids
off

5. Bylaw No. 2020-184 is hereby repealed.

This bylaw shall come into force and take effect on the day of final reading.

Dated at Burstall, Sask., this 11th day of March, 2021.

 

Bylaw 2018-167 – A Bylaw to Provide For The Issuance Of A Fire Ban

TOWN OF BURSTALL

BYLAW NO. 2018 – 167

A BYLAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A FIRE BAN

The Council of the Town of Burstall in the Province of Saskatchewan, enacts as follows:

1. Name of Bylaw:

This Bylaw may be cited as “The Fire Ban Bylaw”.

2. Definitions:

a) “Administrator” shall mean the administrator of the municipality;

b) “Council” shall mean the council of the municipality;

c) “Municipality” shall mean the Town of Burstall

d) “Fire Chief” shall mean the Fire Chief of the Town of Burstall

e) “Open Fire” shall mean any Fire which is not a Pit Fire and without limiting the generality of the foregoing shall include grass fires, brush fires, structure fires, building fires, wood scrap fires, or any ground fires.

f) “Pit Fire” shall mean a fire which is totally confined within a non-combustible structure or container that has the draft and smoke vents thereof covered with a heavy gauge metal screen or is ventilated in such a manner as to preclude the escape of combustible materials (such as: chimineas, enclosed fire pits, or incinerators).

g) “Portable Appliance” means any appliance sold or constructed for the purpose of cooking food in the out-of-doors, obtaining warmth or viewing pleasure. Such fire may only be fuelled with seasoned wood, charcoal, natural gas, or propane.

3. Issuance of a Fire Ban:

a) The Council of the municipality may by resolution issue, amend, or cancel a fire ban for the Town of Burstall.

b) Any ban issued pursuant to this bylaw may include any or all of the following: open fires, pit fires, or the use of portable appliances.

4. Offences:

a) When a fire ban is in effect, any person who contravenes the Fire Ban may be subject to the fines established under Section 5 of this Bylaw.

5. Penalty:

a) Any person who fails to comply with any Fire Ban is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine of: $500.00 (five hundred dollars) for the 1st offence and $2500.00 (twenty- five hundred dollars) for each subsequent offence there after.

6. Enforcement:

a) A Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officer or member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have the authority to serve a violation notice on any such person they believe have breached the conditions of this bylaw.

I) Service of such violation shall be sufficiently served if it is personally served; or left for the person at his/her last or most usual place of residence with a person who appears at least 16 years of age or older.

7. This bylaw comes into force on the day of its passing.

Read a third time and adopted this 11th, day of January, 2018.

Dog & Cat Bylaw no. 2017 – 157

The Council of the Town of Burstall in the Province of Saskatchewan, enacts as follows:
This Bylaw shall be known as a Bylaw to Licence Dogs/Cats and Regulate the running at Large of Dogs.