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  • 22 February 2019
    2019 Community Service Grant Program Deadline February 22 The application process for the 2019 Community Service Grants is now open! The Town of Osoyoos assists non-profit organizations and community groups each year by way of the Community Service Grant Program. Organizations and community groups will be considered for receiving grant funding if their grant application meets the legislative criteria. Applications can be completed online by clicking here. Paper copies are also available at Town Hall (8707 Main Street) or the Sonora Community Centre (8505 68 Avenue). Please complete questions as required. All applications must be submitted by 12:00 pm (noon) on Friday, February 22, 2019. Gerald Davis Director of Community Services 8505 68 Avenue, Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)    250.495.4621 (F)    250.495.5136 (E)   gdavis@osoyoos.ca
  • 19 February 2019
    NOTICE APP for Reconstruction Sewer Main Lift Station Pursuant to the Community Charter, the Council of the Town of Osoyoos is proposing to seek the assent of the electors in the Town of Osoyoos by means of Alternative Approval Process (APP). The question before the electors is whether they are opposed to the borrowing of $3,500,000 for the re-construction of the Sewer Main Lift Station on Kingfisher & 89 Street for a 20 year period.   The total cost of the Reconstruction of the Sewer Main Lift Station is $5,989,000, the construction portion is $5,136,000, which includes a 10% contingency allowance, the balance of the funding is secured with Sewer Reserve and Operating Funds.   Estimated cost to average single family resident: The Town will use existing sewer revenues and funding from Okanagan Basin Water Board to pay for the debt servicing. No additional charges will be levied. INSTRUCTIONS If you are opposed to Loan Authorization Bylaw 1347, 2018 you can sign an Elector Response form. Elector Response forms are available at the Town office at 8707 Main Street, Osoyoos, B.C., V0H 1V0. A person who receives an Elector Response form shall only make accurate copies of the form. Each Elector Response form or accurate copy of an Elector Response form may be signed by one or more electors. To sign an Elector Response form an elector must meet the following criteria: RESIDENT ELECTORS MUST: be 18 years of age or older; be a Canadian citizen; be a resident of British Columbia, for at least 6 months; be a resident of the Town of Osoyoos for at least 30 days; and not be disqualified by any Provincial enactment, or otherwise disqualified by law, from voting in an election. NON-RESIDENT PROPERTY ELECTORS MUST: not be entitled as a resident elector of the Town of Osoyoos; be 18 years of age or older; be a Canadian citizen; be a resident of British Columbia, for at least 6 months; be a registered owner of real property in the jurisdiction for at least 30 days; not be disqualified by any Provincial enactment or otherwise disqualified by law, from voting in an election; and only register as a non-resident property elector in relation to one parcel of real property in a jurisdiction.  All alternative approval process elector response forms must be received by the Corporate Officer, 8707 Main Street, Box 3010, Osoyoos, B.C., V0H 1V0 on or before 4:30pm on February 19, 2019 to be considered.   The number of electors of the Town of Osoyoos is estimated to be 4,210. If 10% (421) of the estimated number of electors of the Town of Osoyoos sign an Alternative Approval Process Elector Response Form opposing the noted transactions, Town Council will not be able to proceed without then receiving the assent of the electors by referendum.      Town of Osoyoos Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6515 (E)   info@osoyoos.ca  
  • 1 February 2019
    Request for Applications for Community Services Advisory Committee The Town of Osoyoos and the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen (RDOS-Area "A") are seeking members of the public who are interested in serving on the Community Services Advisory Committee (Town and Rural appointees). If you are interested please forward a written letter including relevant experience and your reasons to be on the committee. All applications must be received no later than 2:00PM on Friday, February 1st, 2019. Please direct your questions and applications to: Gerald Davis Director of Community Services Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T) 250.495.6562 (E)   gdavis@osoyoos.ca Only those chosen to serve on the committee will be notified.  
  • 1 February 2019
    Employment Opportunity Relief Clerk and Relief Program Assistant The Town of Osoyoos is inviting applications for Relief Program Assistant/Relief Clerk (Dual Role). This is a CUPE position and the 2019 rate of pay is $17.83 - $20.98 and $23.53 - $27.68 respectively per hour plus 17% in lieu of benefits.  Hours of work will vary and may include evening and weekend shifts.  Must be available on short notice. CLICK HERE for a more detailed job description including required qualifications. Applications will be accepted until 4:30 PM, Friday, February 1, 2019.  Please submit applications online or to: Janette Van Vianen, CMC Director of Corporate Services Town of Osoyoos  8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos B C V0H 1V0 (F)  250.495.2400 (E)  jvv@osoyoos.ca We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.  
  • 31 January 2019
    Time to Renew your Dog's License by January 31, 2019 Licensing and Control of Dogs, Bylaw 1036, 2016 Dog License Brochure The Town requires pet owners to register their dogs and renew their license annually. A dog license with up to date information ensures the Town can contact you if your pet is found. If you own a dog over six months of age, it must be licensed – even indoor pets. The fine for having an unlicensed pet is $50 per dog. Licenses are affordable and can be easily obtained by mail or in person. The fee is $22.00 per dog and $12.00 for a spayed or neutered dog. For more information on dog licensing please refer to Animal Control and Licensing. Town of Osoyoos Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6515 (E)  info@osoyoos.ca
  • 30 January 2019
    Invitation Special Open Budget/Capital Plan Meeting On Wednesday, January 30, 2019 Council will hold a Special Open meeting at Town Hall Council Chambers beginning at 7:00 PM to assist with developing the Town of Osoyoos 2019 Operating Budget and 5 Year Capital Plan. The Public is invited to discuss and make recommendations on the content of the Operating Budget and the 5 Year Capital Plan. Members of the Public wanting to make a presentation (maximum 5 minutes) and/or request project funding are required to register at the meeting prior to 7:00 PM.   Members of the Public wanting to ask questions or make comments will not be required to register; however, will require acknowledgment of the Chair prior to comment or question.    The Agenda and Budget package will be available to view on January 25, 2019 at the Town Hall or on Town website.      Jim Zakall   Director of Finance  Box 3010, 8707 Main Street  Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0  (T)  250.495.6515  (E)  info@osoyoos.ca  
  • 21 January 2019
    PUBLIC HEARING Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.113, 2018 on January 21 Public Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 4:00 pm in the Town of Osoyoos Council Chambers located at 8707 Main Street.  Council will receive input on Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.113, 2018, which received first and second readings on December 17, 2018.    Bylaw No. 1085.113, 2018 proposes to add: -  “retail cannabis sales” as a site specific permitted use for the subject property, shown on the accompanying map, legally described as Lot 11, Block 760, District Lot 2450s, SDYD, Plan 2450 (located at 8322 Main Street). All persons will be given an opportunity to be heard and/or present written submissions on the matter above. Written submissions can be mailed to the undersigned or emailed to info@osoyoos.ca (The Town will only guarantee that emails received to this address will form part of the Council Agenda). The entire content of all submissions will be made public and form a part of the public record for these matters. The deadline for written submissions is 12:00 pm (Noon) Friday, January 18, 2019. A copy of the proposed zoning bylaw amendment may be viewed by clicking on the link below or at the Department of Planning and Development Services office, located at 8711 Main Street from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, excluding lunch hours from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm and excluding Saturdays and Sundays. Zoning Amendment Bylaw 1085.113, 2018 2018 12 17 Report 1 Zoning Amendment Bylaw 1085.113, 2018 Gina MacKay, MCIP, RPP Director of Planning & Development Services Box 3010, 8711 Main Street Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0 (T) 250.495.6191 (E) gmackay@osoyoos.ca
  • 21 January 2019
    Next Town Council to be held on Monday January 21, 2019 Town Council is scheduled to meet on Monday January 21, 2019 at 9:00 AM for the Committee of the Whole meeting and at 2:00 PM for the Regular Open Meeting in Council Chambers, Town Hall, 8707 Main Street Council agendas are available online or at the Town Hall on the preceding Friday for each meeting.   Regular and Special Meetings Committee of the Whole Meetings Town of Osoyoos 250.495.6515 info@osoyoos.ca
  • 17 January 2019
    NRFP 2018 Main Lift Station Deadline January 17 (Date Changed) The Town of Osoyoos (Owner) invites Proposals, through this Negotiated Request for Proposal (NRFP), from Proponents for the Main Lift Station Project.  These proposals will be received at the Town of Osoyoos Office, 8707 Main Street, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0 up to 2:00 p.m. local time, Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Thursday, January 17, 2019.  Preferred Proponent selection and commencement of any negotiations leading to a completed agreement is scheduled for January 8, 2019.  Preferred date of Project construction commencement is March 1, 2019.   The Proponent is to include the following work that represents a base Proposal:  Supply and Installation of 2 FRP Liftstations 4 – 25hp sewage pumps 4 – 125hp vertical turbine pumps 2 – Rotating Drums Screens c/w Wash Compactors 3,500 cfm Odour Treatment System Complete building mechanical Coordination with Electrical Contractor 35m³ Working Volume Cast-in-Place Clearwell 350m² paved parking area 175m² Concrete walkway and driveway 260m² Precast Concrete Building with cast-in-place foundation The Owner has completed the detailed design of the Main Lift Station to 90%. For the purposes of this NRFP, the design drawings and Schedule of Quantities have been prepared and included based on the 85% design. The detailed design and schedule of quantities will be finalized and completed during negotiation process.   NRFP DRAWING PLANHOLDER REGISTRATION FORM ADDENDUM 1 ADDENDUM 2 ADDENDUM 2 - Sanitary Figure ADDENDUM 3 ADDENDUM 4 In addition to responding to the base Proposal, the Proponent is invited to propose any innovations that the Proponent believes will reduce the cost of the Project, improve the constructability of the Project, or improve the performance of the facility. The intent is for the Proponent to use their knowledge of construction practices to improve the overall Project by shortening the construction time frame and reducing the overall Project cost.   There will be one pre-Proposal meeting. This will be the only time that Owner representatives will be available to meet with prospective Proponents to answer questions. The meeting will begin at the Town of Osoyoos Public Works offices, followed by a site visit. This is a non-mandatory pre-Proposal meeting scheduled for December 4, 2018 at 1:00 pm at Town Hall. Engineer TRUE Consulting Group Ste. 201 - 2079 Falcon Road Kamloops  BC  V2C 4J2 (T)  250.828.0881 (F)  250.828.0717 (E)  info@true.bc.ca Owner Town of Osoyoos 8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6515 (F)  250.495.2400 (E)  info@osoyoos.ca  
  • 1 January 2019
     2019 Committee of the Whole and Regular Council Meeting Schedule Agendas, Minutes and Videos | Printable Schedule  Pursuant to Section 127 of the Community Charter, notice of the schedule of regular council meetings must be published.  The regular meetings of Council are held at 2:00 PM at the Town Office Council Chamber at 8707 Main Street, Osoyoos, BC on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month unless otherwise noted.  In the event that the meeting day is on a statutory holiday, the meeting will be held on the Tuesday. The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00 AM on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 PM to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business. The regular meeting schedule is subject to change with notice. The 2019 schedule is as follows: January 7 - Cancelled January 21 February 4 February 19 (Tuesday) March 4 March 18 April 1 April 15 May 6 May 21 (Tues) June 3 June 17 July 2 (Tuesday) July 15 August 6 (Tuesday)-Cancelled August 19 September 3 (Tuesday) September 16 October 7 October 21 November 4 November 18 December 2 December 16
  • 1 January 2019
    Osoyoos Festival Society is looking for VOLUNTEERS!
  • 1 January 2019
    FIREFIGHTER RECRUITMENT Is Firefighting in your FUTURE? The Osoyoos Fire Department (OFD) is looking to recruit qualified team members to their Department. Being a Paid-On-Call (Volunteer) Firefighter is a great way to be involved in the community, learn firefighting, first aid and emergency skills, keep physically fit and to enjoy the camaraderie of being actively involved in the Osoyoos Fire Department.   FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BECOMING A FIREFIGHTER!   Town of Osoyoos Fire Department Box 3010, 9901 74th Avenue Osoyoos  BC V0H 1V0 250.495.6515 info@osoyoos.ca
  • 17 December 2018
    Council Meeting Highlights for December 17, 2018 Click on button to watch the video of the Committee of the Whole, Regular Open Meeting and the Public Hearing.     Committee of the Whole   Committee of the Whole   Regular Open Meeting  Public Hearing                        Special Open Meeting COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Delegations MLA Linda Larson Congratulated the Mayor on being named chair of the Okanagan Basin Water Board and Congratulated Council on their recent election.  MLA Larson stated it is projected the Proportional Representation Referendum will be a very close race and the majority of the people in this riding want to keep the current system.  The largest percentage  of the ballots came from rural BC.  MLA Larson has had nothing come across her desk regarding the new education formula or project coming out. Bill Newell, CAO of the RDOS gave Council an overview of the RDOS.  CAO Newell stated that the RDOS does not do anything with roads which is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.  The RDOS does not do a whole lot with Water Systems, Waste Water and Recreation.  The RDOS runs similar programs as municipalities but it is done geographically. Doug Robb from the Osoyoos Golf Club presented Council with the irrigation situation at the Golf Course.  Delivery of water is a big issue for the Golf Course.  The Golf Course is in the process of applying for a $1.7 million-dollar grant through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure program.  The deadline for the application is January 23rd.  If the Golf Course receives the grant, they would like to start the project in October/November.  The Golf Course is looking for Bridge Financing to get them through the project.  The project is for nine holes on the Park Meadows area of the Golf Club.   Brian Rawlings from the Rotary Club of Osoyoos would love to have their name more established in the community as a permanent fixture and suggested that the Park at the end of Cottonwood Drive be named after the Rotary Club of Osoyoos.   The Rotary Club of Osoyoos would look to that park as a project whether it be capital projects, benches or picnic tables, beach improvements.  The Rotary Club of Osoyoos would work as a team with the Town to make it happen. Business The Director of Planning and Development Services provided Council with a Business Licence Update. Council directed staff to proceed with the preparation of a new tiered business licence bylaw for Council’s review and discussion. REGULAR OPEN MEETING Bylaws Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.113, 2018 was read first and second time.  A Public Hearing is set for January 21, 2019 at 4:00pm in Council Chambers.  The purpose of this amendment would allow for a site specific retail cannabis store to be located at 8322 Main Street.  The amendment is required as retail cannabis sales are not permitted use within the Town of Osoyoos.  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.110, 2018 was read a third time. The purpose of this amendment would allow for a site specific retail cannabis store to be located at 8304 72nd Avenue.  Business Council gave requested additional information related to the total costs of installing the lift at Desert Park and/or moving the project to the Sun Bowl Arena or the Curling Club prior to making a project decision. Council awarded the tender to Kirkwood Elevators to install at Desert Park.  After a site inspection Kirkwood Elevators has advised staff that this cost will be increased to $40,500.  Council will not be providing a letter to Kulvir Panaich for support of the application for 4 taxi licenses.  Reports Councillor Bennett attended the Fire Hall Master Plan Meeting. Councillor Bennett attended Cod Gone Wild. Councillor Bennett attended the Open House at the Distillery. Councillor Bennett attended the School District #53 meeting. Councillor Rhodes Congratulated Mayor McKortoff on her appointment as the Chair of the Okanagan Basin Water Board. Councillor Rhodes attended the Regional District Budget Meetings. Councillor King attended the open house on the Transit Action Plan. Councillor King attended the Strategic Planning Session. Councillor King attended the Fire Hall Master Plan. Councillor Harvey attended the Strategic Planning Session. Councillor Harvey attended the Fire Hall Master Plan. Mayor McKortoff thanked Town staff for making Osoyoos look festive Mayor McKortoff advised that Osoyoos Today has a map of homes in the community who have Christmas light displays. Mayor McKortoff advised that the Town Office will be closed December 24th at noon to January 2nd. Mayor McKortoff Wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2019. SPECIAL OPEN MEETING Bylaws The Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 1230.21, 2018 and Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 1085.108, 2018 (9110 and 9120 Main Street) was read a third time.  The applicant is proposing to develop these two vacant parcels with a 47 unit Townhome development.  It is proposed that 14 of the townhomes will have basement suites. Copies of reports are available within the Council Agenda packages located on the Town’s website www.osoyoos.ca. The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00 am on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 pm to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business.
  • 10 December 2018
    Town of Osoyoos Strategic Planning Session held December 4/5 December 10, 2018 Immediate Release Printable Version Town Council and Management spent the evening of December 4 and the day of December 5 under the guidance of consultant Gordon McIntosh reaffirming short term priorities and establishing medium and strategic direction for this Council and the work of the Administration.   The session included discussions on emerging trends and evolving roles of local governments at a provincial and national level. Municipal trends and roles information was then applied to the local governance environment.   Results of these meetings will be included in the 5 year capital plans, 4 year Business plan and the annual budget. Each of these guiding documents are reviewed annually to ensure relevance to the emerging community priorities.   Following are highlighted short and long term priorities that are being considered for implementation within an overall philosophy of public communication, community collaboration and viewed through a perspective of age friendly and accessibility factors. Infrastructure Goal To provide municipal utility infrastructure that meets regulatory standards and meets the current and emerging needs of the community.   Project priorities: Continue with process related to replacing the main sewer lift station Review water source and delivery options to meet regulatory standards and guide future investments Economy Development To support local business development and tourism development.   Project priorities: Complete a stakeholder assisted Resort Municipality Strategy 2019-20121 Develop a clear position on municipal investment in airport infrastructure Community Development To support community growth and development in an orderly manner and based on business case information.   Project priorities: Complete a new Official Community Plan and update related Zoning Regulations Complete a new housing needs assessment and determine municipal role in service delivery Review options related to the replacement of town hall Continue to explore options to develop an aquatic center Review Medical Service Building Feasibility Study and determine municipal role in development Complete a business case for boundary expansion Priority development and incremental implementation of the Town Center Renewal Plan Complete a building assessment for the Sun Bowl Arena Continued advocacy for local health and education services Environmental Sustainability To ensure that Osoyoos develops and sustains an attractive, healthy and ecologically sound natural and built environment while providing a climate for community and economic growth. Continued advocacy for increase protection of Osoyoos Lake from Zebra and Quagga Mussels through the development of 24 hour a day boat monitoring at key locations. Seeking out the opportunities to determine the overall quality of water in Osoyoos Lake. Council identified other priority actions to be included in the 4 Year Business Plan and the 2019 annual budget.   For additional information please contact: Barry Romanko Chief Administrative Officer 250.495.6515 bromanko@osoyoos.ca Sue McKortoff Mayor 250.498.1857 smckortoff@osoyoos.ca
  • 4 December 2018
    Snow Control Guidelines are Now in Effect Do your part by following a few simple tips for Snow Control this winter: Ensure snow removal equipment has clear access along your street. When snow is forecasted, please refrain from parking your vehicle on the road until streets have been cleared. Be patient when roads are being cleared. Use caution when snow removal equipment is on the road. In accordance with the Good Neighbour Bylaw No. 1277, 2011: Residential property owners shall remove all snow or ice from all sidewalks bordering the real property within 24 hours from the cessation of a snowfall or storm event which caused such accumulation. Commercial property owners shall remove all snow or ice from all sidewalks bordering the real property no later than 10:00 AM each day. No person shall deposit snow, ice or other material removed from sidewalks, boulevards, lanes, or private property onto Town property or highways. A fine of $500 will be levied to anyone depositing snow or ice on Town property or highways. On October 3, 2016 Town Council adopted the amended Traffic Bylaw No. 1256, 2009 to allow Operational Services to tow vehicles.  Attempts will be made to contact the owner of any vehicle parked in such a way that impedes with snow removal prior to towing.  This will allow Operational Services to provide residents with a more effective and efficient snow/ice removal service.  Traffic Bylaw will be enforced as follows:   Section 12, subsection 12 “Where the clearance is less than twelve (12) feet between stopped or parked vehicles to ensure that snow or ice removal equipment has free passage on a street.” Section 7, subsection 1 “Any vehicle unlawfully occupying any portion of a street or public place, or otherwise in contravention of any section of this bylaw, may be removed, detained, or impounded by order of the CAO or his designate, or a Bylaw Enforcement Officer. A removal fee in the amount of actual costs including towing fees, an impoundment fee in the amount of the actual cost paid to a commercial storage facility or tow yard for each day or part of a day for which the vehicle is impounded, and a 10% administration fee based on costs of towing and storage, shall be paid by the owner before release of the vehicle and such fees may be recovered by sale of the vehicle at public auction not less than 30 days after the date of impoundment, or by action in a court of competent jurisdiction.” The Town of Osoyoos thanks you for your cooperation.  Winter Safety is everyone's responsibility. Help us help you, make winter safe for everyone. Operational Services (T) 250.495.6213 (E) pubworks@osoyoos.ca  
  • 3 December 2018
    2019 Winter Leisure Guide is NOW available online! Find out what’s happening this Winter at the Sonora Community Centre! Jammed packed with activities for children and adults, the 2019 Winter Leisure Guide is now available online - see below. Hard copies of the 2019 Winter Leisure Guide will be available for pick up at the Sonora Community Centre and Town Hall soon.  Early registration starts IN PERSON December 12, 2018 at 8:30am. Online registration opens December 13, 2018.  All programs are open to community members and visitors.  Sonora Community Centre 8505 68th Avenue Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.4623 (F)  250.495.2400 (E) recreation@osoyoos.ca
  • 23 November 2018
    NOTICE Chlorine will be added to Town Domestic Water System Following recommendations from the Interior Health Authority (IHA) the Town of Osoyoos is now adding a minimum amount of chlorine into the domestic water system.    This is strictly a precautionary measure and the drinking water is safe for consumption.   The Town of Osoyoos will be exploring various water treatment options during upcoming Capital Budget discussions to ensure our water system remains and continues to compliant with the Canadian Drinking Water Protection Act.   If you have questions and/or concerns please contact:   Operational Services 250.495.6213 pubworks@osoyoos.ca
  • 1 November 2018
    WINTER HOURS Osoyoos & District Sanitary Landfill Effective November 1, 2018 - March 31, 2019 Tuesday                     8:00 am to 4:00 pm Wednesday             11:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday                   8:00 am to 4:00 pm    RECYCLING IN BC - Click here for a comprehensive guide about recycling at the Landfill. HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING bins are accessible, without charge, during Landfill operating hours. YARD AND GARDEN WASTE without charge up to 100 Kg per load.  Conditions apply.   All loads entering the landfill must be covered and secured or will be fined as per Bylaw 1267. Click here for more information about the Landfill
  • 15 October 2018
    Winter Hours of Operation for Park Washrooms As of October 15, 2018 all public park washrooms are closed for the season except for the following which will remain open: GOODMAN PARK & MARINA WASHROOMS Monday - Sunday 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Town Hall (8707 Main Street) Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Marina                                                                                     Goodman Park              If you have information about crimes to Town facilities you can provide an anonymous TIP by calling the Crime Stoppers 24/7 tip line at 1-800-222-8477.  CLICK HERE for more information on the Town’s Parks and Recreational facilities.   

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