The M.D.'s Operations department consists of six full-time employees, who perform a range of duties pertaining to public works and agricultural issues in the M.D. Within the M.D., there are several services that fall under the Operations' umbrella: agricultural fieldman, M.D. buildings, equipment and fleet maintenance, roads, sanitary sewer facilities, waste management, and worker/workplace safety.
The Director of Operations is in charge of the department: and it is this position's role to ensure all Operations' department activities, obligations and functions are done in a safe and efficient manner. The Director of Operations answers to the C.A.O.
The Roads Foreman is charged with overseeing maintenance of the M.D.'s road system. The Foreman directs contracted roads maintenance and snow removal personnel; maintains all road signage, throughout the M.D.; and ensures the gravel pits are functioning properly. This position answers to the Director of Operations.
The Utilities Foreman/Safety Coordinator oversees the M.D.'s sewer operations, solid waste removal programs, building/equipment/fleet maintenance, and worker/workplace safety. Two positions (Leadhand and Labourer) assist the Utilities Foreman/Safety Coordinator in carrying out these functions.
The Agriculture Fieldman/Watershed Coordinator carries out a dual function: overseeing the M.D.'s agriculture support programs, and administering the M.D.'s watershed protection initiatives. In the agriculture support programs, the M.D. has such services as weed inspections and control, problem wildlife control, agriculture education, and soil/water conservation practices. In the watershed protection area, the Fieldman/Coordinator promotes erosion control, riparian areas protection, and safe farming practices alongside water courses.