Have Your Say

The proposal to transition Beaver Municipal Solutions to Claystone Waste Ltd. requires public input and consultation and we are committed to transparency and public accountability.

Public Hearings

As a municipally owned entity responsible to the residents of Beaver County, the Village of Holden, the Village of Ryley, the Town of Tofield and the Town of Viking, we are committed to transparency and public accountability. The proposal to transition Beaver Municipal Solutions to Claystone Waste Ltd. requires public input and consultation. 

Public hearings on the Claystone Waste proposal are being held across the Beaver region in June 2020.

 

To review detailed information on the MCC proposal including the Claystone Waste Business Plan, an FAQ, and related legal agreements, click here.

Previous Consultation

In the fall of 2019, Beaver Municipal Solutions in partnership with its member municipalities held public information sessions across the Beaver region regarding the proposal to transition to a municipally-controlled corporation. These sessions were held to gain initial community feedback on the Claystone Waste proposal and consider any changes that residents requested. The dates when the public information sessions occurred are as follows:

Public information sessions took place:

​Monday, October 7, 2019 – 6-8 pm,
Holden Community Hall

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 6-8 pm,
Village of Ryley Council Chambers

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 6-8 pm,
Town of Tofield Council Chambers

Wednesday, October 10, 2019 6-8 pm,
Town of Viking Council Chamber

Thursday, October 30, 2019 6-8 pm,
Beaver County Chambers

The public information sessions included a presentation detailing the reasons why a municipally controlled corporation was being considered by Beaver Municipal Solutions and its member municipalities. This presentation was followed by a discussion period where community members could ask questions and share their opinions on the proposal.

 Beaver Municipal Solutions took action to respond to community concerns and released a Response to Consultation report in February 2020.