This cat is hanging around a rental cabin on Deerfoot Rd. He looks healthy and is affectionate. We will make sure he gets food and water until the owners can be found. Our contact info is firstname.lastname@example.org or ph # is 1-250-999-179.
SORRY…THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD
Deck box to store patio cushions etc. in.
Approximate dimensions (inside):
Keter brand, wicker look
We purchased it for our patio cushions but they don’t fit the ones we have, so its been sitting on our patio unused for a couple of years.
Paid about $120, asking $40.
If interested, call John or Candy Anders at 250 498 7554
These windows have found a home!
Jeldwen windows from original home. Four years old. Excellent choice for replacing older windows or building a new structure. They are free but have to be picked up. Can choose any or all. Double pane sash windows. White plastic window frames.
Multiple sizes (width x height)
2 – 9′ x 5’
1 – 5′ x 5’
1 – 5 ‘ x 6’
1 – 7′ x 6’
1 – 6′ x 5’
We found this young female dog July 22 on Bullmoose Trail. Wet, frightened and without a collar. Does anyone recognize her? Does anyone want her? We cannot keep her.
Bernie and Eileen Langlois
250-535-1587 or 250-460-0505.
|Dear Anarchist & Sidley Mountain Residents;
The FortisBC Rate Design Application is proceeding with a workshop held in our community on July 26, 2017. If you are concerned about the cost of your electricity here in this area, we need a strong attendance by Mountain folks that are concerned about this issue.
As you may be aware, FortisBC is holding follow up workshops later this month to discuss rate design options and follow up on suggestions received from attendees to the initial workshops. The workshop timetable is shown below.
We are writing to let you know that BCUC staff will be available before and after the workshops to engage with customers who are interested in participating in our review process, answer questions and provide information on what support is available to assist interested and affected parties.
In the rate design process the BCUC reviews electricity prices to ensure that utility costs are fairly allocated among customers (Which we on Anarchist Mtn (AMCS) roundly disagree that is being done now!) . Customers are typically segmented into residential, commercial and industrial rate classes and we review the allocation of the utility’s costs across each rate class. In doing so, we balance the various goals and impacts of the rate design with the needs of the utility and the interest of ratepayers. AMCS contends that we are subsidizing those that have access to natural gas, therefore have an opportunity for lower energy costs. AMCS is examining whether or not we as an community group can be named as an “intervener” and get funding to participate in the Fortis rate design hearings.
For more direct information on how to participate in the BCUC’s review of FortisBC’s rate design application, expected to be filed in November 2017, please visit our website at the following link, http://www.bcuc.com/RegisterIndex.aspx; or contact us directly by email at email@example.com or telephone at 1-800-663-1385.
Or : Amanda Duncan Administrative Assistant, Regulatory Services
British Columbia Utilities Commission
Mark McKenney, President AMCS (250) 495-4592
SOLD Princess Auto Generator.
- 6500 watts max. output – 5500 watts continuous.
- Honda-type GX390 with low-oil shut-off.
- (4) 120V, plus (1) 120/240V AC twist lock receptacles.
- 25 l. tank provides up to 11 hours’ operation.
- Clean power compatible with well controllers and other electronics.
- Low hours.
Stanley 2-in-1 flooring nailer.
- Used to install 1300 sq.ft. hardwood.
- Interchangeable sole plates accommodate various flooring thickness’.
- Includes hammer.
Yard Refuse Disposal 2017 – OMEI Wapiti Pit
The Wapiti pit will be open this Saturday, July 22nd from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
The site will be used to dispose of yard materials to Aid in FireSmarting your property. Examples of materials accepted are:
- Grass, leaves, needles etc.
- Brush, branches etc.
- Items being brought in bags, boxes, etc. are to be emptied and the containers taken away.
- NO construction debris is to be brought in.
- Any abuse of the site will result in its immediate closure.
A member of AMCS/FireSmart committee will open and close the site and also monitor the origin and material coming into the site.
The site is located in Wapiti. Turn onto Wapiti and take the first road to the right.
Many thanks to our Anarchist Mountain Community neighbours who supported our Moving Sale this past weekend. It was a huge success and we sold almost everything. It was wonderful to say hello to neighbours whom we have met in the past and to meet some people that we had never met. We also enjoyed connecting some new residents with longer term residents.
We have a few larger items that we would still like to sell. We have an antique double-size spool bed ($225), an antique oak chest (32wx18dx26.5h) ($235) and a 7’x10′ wool carpet ($65). If anyone is interested in these items, or you know someone who may be interested, please send an e-mail to Rick Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a text to 604.999.7513. Photos of the items are attached.
Thanks again to everyone who dropped by our Moving Sale last weekend.
For Sale, (pictures follow below text):
– Portable Air Conditioner – 9,000 BTUs, Remote, Very Good Condition – $150.00
– Pair of New Genuine Sheep Skin grey Bucket Car Seat Covers – $50.00 a piece
– Commercial Market Tent 10’x10’ with shade panel, New , raised once for inspection only – $150.00
– Coleman Stove and Lantern – Good Condition – $35.00
– Bread Maker – $20.00
– X- Large Folding Dog Crate – 28”W 42”L 31”H – $50.00
– Two VARI Type Hard Side Dog Crates – 2’ by 3’ – $15.00 each
– Norco Bicycle Saddle Bags New – Original Purchase $61.90 – $25.00
Contact Maureen or Arnold 250-999-0940