Representatives of RMs all across the province came together at the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities to discuss issues relevant to their jurisdictions recently, and they were some pretty topical issues too.
"The big thing is, no carbon tax," said RM of Maryfield Cameron Thompson, "and that's what we want."
Meanwhile, RM of Antler Reeve Ron Henderson noted that rural crime watch was another oft discussed item.
"It seems like it comes up quite regularly now. I think we're (his RM) sitting fairly good as far as that situation goes, but that can change overnight too, so who knows?"
"Even with as many years as I've been going, you still learn something, that's for sure," added Greg Wallin, the Administrator for the RM of Browning.
"We had a couple meetings with different people up there, and it's always interesting. It's a very nice facility it's held in now," he added.