VILLAGE OF ACME
Box 299, Acme, AB T0M 0A0
“Country Living at its Best”
Coming Events & Important Dates
email: clerk@acme.ca website: acme.ca

KNEEHILL COUNTY

Phone: 403-443-5541 Three Hills
Toll Free: 1-866-443-5541

Website: kneehillcounty.com

Access KidSport Kneehill
KidSport Kneehill provides support to children in order to remove financial
barriers that prevent them from playing organize sports. Thanks to the
generous support of local individuals, business, organizations and
corporate sponsorship, the KidSport Kneehill committee has increased
the available funding for young athletes to $275.00 per child per year.
Applications are available in our schools, town/village offices, libraries,
and on-line at www.kidsport.ab.ca. If you have any

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Farmer Pesticide Certificate Tutorial
Held At the Kneehill County Office
March 14th 2013
The Farmer Pesticide Certificate course consists of seven
modules covering the areas of Pesticides, Poisoning and First
Aid, Safe Handling Procedures, Environmental Safety, Integrated
Pest Management, Legislation and Food Safety, Pesticide
Application and Equipment. In addition to this are two
"endorsements" the Pest Control in Stored Grain and the
Exterior Rodent Control endorsement. Only the stored Grain
endorsement

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Development Notice
THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENT PERMITS, WHICH HAVE BEEN
CONDITIONALLY APPROVED BY KNEEHILL COUNT Y, ARE SUBJECT
TO APPEAL BY THE PUBLIC . Please note, however, that developments
listed as a "Permitted Use" may only be appealed if the development
standards (e.g. setback distances) have been relaxed or varied, or if an
affected person has determined that the Development Authority has
misinterpreted the Land Use Bylaw. Developments listed as a
"Discretionary Use" may be appealed if an affect

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DEVELOPMENT NOTICE
THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENT PERMITS, WHICH HAVE BEEN CONDITIONALLY APPROVED BY KNEEHILL COUNTY, ARE SUBJECT TO APPEAL BY THE PUBLIC. Please note, however, that developments listed as a “Permitted Use” may only be appealed if the development standards (e.g. setback distances) have been relaxed or varied, or if an affected person has determined that the Development Authority has misinterpreted the Land Use Bylaw. Developments listed as a “Discretionary Use” may be appealed if an

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