Successes

 

  • Road maintenance: Improved grading, dust control application, gravel

  • Liability Insurance: Board of Directors coverage continues, funded by KBA.

  • Volunteer Injury Insurance coverage within KBA activities.

  • Sewage Lagoon: Now operational.

  • Inter-Municipal Utilities Committee (IMUC): Regina Beach, Kinookimaw, Buena Vista, and Lumsden Beach. (Fire, ambulance, landfill, lagoon, etc.)

  • Fire Agreement: Community Service Contract continues.

  • Kinookimaw Beach Association forward planning.

  • Recycling: Use of Regina Beach`s facilities (2nd Street West, by Bigway Food and Fire Hall)

  • Garbage: continued weekly service by Lorass, personal use of Regina Beach landfill site on an individual fee for service per load.

  • Thanks to Fred Zeigler, Kinookimaw shared winning a provincial award “Age Friendly Community” with Regina Beach and Buena Vista. Age Friendly is a global movement of communities where policies, services, settings and structures support and enable people of all ages.

  • Free Landfill (yard waste) 2019 dates for Kinookimaw residents: June 22 and June 23, August 31 and September 1, October 12 and October 13.

 

Future Challenges

 

  •  Potable water: Chlorination and sufficient supply. Financing capital improvements is a challenge for KBA.

  • Fire Prevention: hydrant water supply, homeowners insurance coverage reminders

  • Road maintenance: Continued grading, dust control, gravel.

  • Head Lease: Extend this past expiry in 2056

  • Tenant Lease: Improved wording to become mortgage/loan friendly

  • Water Drainage: management of community water runoff plan

  • Shoreline use: Clarification on access, sharing, residents “only”, shore improvements, permits, annual awareness. More residents - more demand. In the spring of 2020 KBA invited by KRA to develop a draft policy/guideline (ongoing).

  • Soil and tree conservation: caution on removal and cutting

  • Association Fee collection: the Associations only source of revenue.

  • Green space (Little Arm Area): fire prevention, dumping, land damage

  • Inter-Municipal Utilities Committee: Regina Beach, Kinookimaw, Buena Vista, and Lumsden Beach. (Fire, ambulance, landfill, lagoon, etc.) Continued sharing.

  • Administration coordination: better record keeping, historical data transition and retention for KBA and KRA.

  • Review/Update: The Kinookimaw Residents Association Bylaws update is required and may be in concert with not-for-profit registration if the Membership chooses to formally register.

  • Improved street signage and updated mapping, especially for emergency response.

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