During the latest council meeting, four names were put up for nominations to be named along Estevan's pathway system.

Those named had done work to meet certain criteria to be named along Estevan's pathways.

The four are as follows:

Mike Csada

His nomination mentions he was instrumental in the opening of the Estevan Brick Wildlife Park, which operated near where a current section of pathway runs. In his nomination, he met three criteria - demonstrating excellence, courage, or exceptional dedication to service for the community, his volunteerism in working with the park, and by bringing recognition to the City of Estevan through the park.

He will share half of the pathway from 4th Avenue to Kensington Avenue, 500 meters long, which will be named Mike Csada Way. 

Ezstevan Brick Wildlife Association

The Estevan Brick Wildlife Association was also nominated, having been instrumental in the acquiring and the care of the animals of the Estevan Brick Wildlife Park. This park was started in the 1960s and closed in the 1990s. The Association met the criteria of honouring or reflecting the heritage and the culture of the community.

The Estevan Brick Wildlife Association will take the other half of the pathway between 4th Avenue and Kensington Avenue, also 500 meters long, being named the Estevan Brick Wildlife Association Way.

Craig Bird 

The council described Bird as a pillar of our community who has dedicated many hours of his time to honoring those who have served in the military. He met two different criteria, demonstrating excellence, courage, and exceptional dedication to service in ways that merit special credit in the community and his voluntary commitment to teaching the youth about the military.

The section of pathway recommended for Craig Bird is Lynn Prime from Boey Way stretching 325 meters to the west.

Gale Tytlandsvik

Tytlandsvik has added to the community with many different programs, ranging from helping out families through support for centers and teaching classes to multiple different projects which have helped to boost the city's aesthetic quality. She met the criteria for exceptional dedication to the community through volunteerism and projects.

The section of pathway recommended for Gale Tylandsvik is McDonald Road Lookout from McDonald Road to halfway into the valley.

The city made sure to mention during its meeting that further nominations for pathways and other city amenities are open, with more info on their website.

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