SGI seeking public input on farm plates
Oct. 28, 2010
SGI is seeking public input on Saskatchewan's farm-class licence plate program.
"The needs of farmers and farming business have changed dramatically since some of these policies were last reviewed as much as 30 years ago," said Minister Responsible for SGI Tim McMIllan. "To ensure the farm plate program continues to be relevant, we have asked SGI to review current rules and policy. Of course, gathering ideas and feedback from those impacted is a critical part of that process."
SGI has compiled the most commonly requested changes to the farm plate program, based on feedback and suggestions provided from customers through the regular course of business.
In addition to asking for feedback on those potential changes, SGI welcomes any other suggestions on ways to improve the farm plate program.
SGI will be hosting public meetings on the farm plate program in six communities around the province: Canora, Davidson, Maidstone, Melfort, Milestone and Swift Current. In addition, interested parties can provide feedback through an online survey at www.sgi.sk.ca, or can call toll free to 1-888-751-1816.