Towns around southeast Saskatchewan are settling in for another year, and in doing so are gazing ahead at their plans and projects that they have in store.
For Lampman, this means that infrastructure work will be a topic at many of their council meetings, as it was at their last one.
"It was a pretty quiet meeting. There was not a lot on the agenda, the biggest thing is that our lagoon is still moving ahead," shared Administrator Greg Wallin.
"We're just in the process of finalizing the land and whatnot, and getting ready to tender for construction."
He added that the next step entails, "getting the final engineering drawings done, and then it'll be tendered for spring."
Budget deliberations will take place in the next couple months, and with those will come some considerations that once again have to do with their facilities.
"This year, our big thing is to get financing and whatnot in place to do our lagoon. We do have some upgrades that have to be done to our water treatment plant, because we won't be able to put a new one in for a few years now."
They hope to have the new lagoon system installed and running by early 2019.