Weyburn City Council will be covering a fairly packed agenda Monday night, when they hold their first regular meeting for the month of May at 6:00 p.m. in council chambers.

Requests for proposals (RFP's) are being reviewed for the 2023 Infrastructure Revitalization Program, which include sidewalk repairs, and road repairs along Railway Avenue and on Fifth Street.

Plans will also be discussed for the 2023 pedestrian ramps and sidewalk trip hazards, trail paving, and a portable fence for the landfill. A bylaw will also be voted on, which will establish mill rates and mill rate factors, and a controversial home-based business application will also be discussed.

Weyburn City Council will vote tonight on a $75,000 contribution towards the repair of two roads that are jointly owned by the city of Weyburn and rural municipality. 

The rural municipality has offered to manage the construction, pay all costs up front and provide grading and snow removal on the city portion for two years. 

The rural municipality has also offered a repayment plan in 2024 due to the city not budgeting this in 2023. Weyburn City Council will also discuss an application from the Weyburn Arts Council to hold a pride flag-raising Monday, June 5th for Pride Week in Weyburn.

We will have full coverage of the meeting, on-air and online, starting Tuesday morning.