Minister Appointed Board Investigating an Alleged Survey Error in Accordance with Section 9(5) of the Surveys Act

As part of our investigation we are asking the ALSA to notify all members in order to seek out individual members that may have information related to the alleged error. The alleged error is in relation to surveys within and surrounding sections 1 & 2 47-28-W4M, near the eastern shore of Pigeon Lake in the County of Wetaskiwin. Your members can also refer to the boundary panel case 2015-12.

It is our intention to seek out additional information from any active or in-active surveyors about surveys in and around the area, and we also will be using the information to inform those members that they may be affected through prior surveys. Please ask your members to search their records in relation to the areas in question for any survey related information including but not limited to dormant plans, RPR's, stakeouts, fence line surveys, etc.

Any member who feels that they can provide any additional information to aide in our investigation should do so as soon as possible by submitting relevant materials to the board by contacting Tom Motyka via email We would appreciate receiving information by August 15, 2022. Members who may not be able to provide material but who feel they may be affected by the alleged error can still provide their contact information to the board and will get an opportunity to provide input to us.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Yours truly,

Members of the Board of Investigation
Carol M. Zukiwski, Chair
Ivo Nedev, ALS
Rudy Palovcik, Public Member

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