Grain movement, conflict resolution and rural crime will be among the topics discussed this week at the Regina District Association of Rural Municipalities.
The 2-day meeting opened Thursday in Regina.
President John Olinik of Kelliher says issues like tax disputes between cottage owners and farmers are providing more complex challenges to rural councils.
Olinik adds dwindling supplies of gravel remain a concern for some RM’s.
He also worries the increased movement of oil tanker cars could affect movement of grain by rail this winter.
The Regina District RM’s comprise about 50 municipalities surrounding the city of Regina.