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OUTSIDE HOT WATER TANK SHEDS

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These sheds are not governed by the park as for construction/material.
These are inspected by Manitoba Hydro through their permit process. They
MUST remain on the lessee’s property and not encroach on park property. On
99% of the lots they must go in the rear, as there is 2 feet of property
(given after the recent survey). This is primarily for the 16ft X 32ft
cabins.

Now here is the confusion IF you are to build a shed on the rear of the
cabin, that houses ONLY the water tank, it is not required to have any 5/8
drywall ” as we don’t have drywall surrounding our hot water tanks in our
homes.

If you are to put a shed all the way across the back of your cabin say (2ft
X 16ft) which houses your Hot water tank and OTHER things, the rear of the
shed must be drywalled with 5/8 type X drywall as per fire code.

I hope this helps. Parks Canada will not be enforcing the Hydro Codes and
don’t have the staff to police the installation of Hot water tanks. If
any one has a concern about an illegally installed hot water tank please
report these suspected violations to Hydro Inspector Wilf 1-204-867-
7708.

Dwight McMillan CCBCO
Development Officer/Building Official
Riding Mountain National Park Of Canada
Phone # 204 – 848 – 7214
Fax # 204 – 848 – 2596


Water and bathroom update

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All the washrooms in the campground are up and running except Bathroom 2 which is in the far South end between 2nd and 3rd street. It is still frozen and will not be on this weekend.


Water Update

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Here is the latest up date. The Park have pressure tested all the lines now, they are all fine. The water crew will be working late tonight and all day tomorrow to turn the remaining washrooms on. The water that is coming out of the taps has not been tested and approved for drinking as of today. This will occur next week. So for until that time we would request you to boil drinking water. We will post signs to that effect. The Park hopes to remove these signs mid to late next week. Then road clean up will continue. South of the green belt is primarily finished.


Open Washrooms in Campground

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I have just had word from the Park that washrooms 1, 6, 10 and the shower building are now open. The Park staff are working very hard and trying to have all washrooms open by Friday, May 30th.


UPDATE ON WATER SITUATION IN THE CAMPGROUND

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I have just received this update from Dwight McMillan, CCBCO of The Park.

We have had 2 large water breaks and they were in our old lines not the new ones. They dug one today and there was frost around the pipe. Also the contractor has been pressure testing and Clorinating the lines. We are hoping in the next week or so if we have no more breaks we can open the washrooms. We have to clorinate the lines and then send the sample away to be tested. This will take 3 days or so. I would like to thank everyone for their patience as this was the 3rd worst winter in history and also the transition to water and sewer In the cabins. If any one has any further concerns please contact me at 204-848-7214 or dwight.mcmillan@pc.gc.ca


OUTSIDE WASHROOM SHEDS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE

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Below please find pictures of the outside washroom sheds available for purchase from George Wollman. He can be reached at 204-476-3126 or by email at gg.wollman@gmail.com

One of these finished bathroom sheds is now set up in the green belt just east of the shower building in the campground. Please contact Joyce at 18 – 2nd Street South or text or phone at 204-250-7965 to view this washroom. Once Michael Rac begins his summer employment toward the end of June in the campground he will also have a key.

The price has been reduced to $5,375.00 plus taxes until August 1, 2014. This price is delivered to your lot if the lot has been prepared and is accessible. After August 1, 2014 the price will be $5,987.00 plus taxes.

BATHROOM SHED

WashroomExterior ViewFloorplan

WashroomVanity and shower

Front View Print


CHANGING TITLE OR INFORMATION ON A LEASE

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Below please find information from Dwight McMillan, Development Officer of Riding Mountain National Park regarding changing any information on leases.

There are many variations to a lease such as wills, sales and any change of name, adding or subtracting a name etc. Again for each change there is a DIFFERENT process.

Please send any and all requests to Jacquie Pereira or Koreen Miko. They are the specialists in this field. They will be able to help people out with their questions. The world of leases is very complicated and should be handled by them and lawyers alike. There is no blanket policy for leases and each lease is treated individually.

I recommend that each individual has a lawyer. In the past we have had people try to do a change without a lawyer and it caused lots of grief and delays.

You may contact Jacquie Pereira at jacquie.pereira@pc.gc.ca 204-848-7207 or Koreen Miko at Koreen.miko@pc.gc.ca 204-848-7299 for all enquiries or questions.

J


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