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

One-on-One w/Reeve

Monday, June 27, 2016


June Council Meeting

Tuesday, June 28, 2016


Grand Opening • Friday • July 8

Kneehill County Administration Building and Kneehill Medical Clinic


NOTICE OF A SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING:

AUGUST 16, 2016

A Special Meeting of Council will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 9:00 A.M., at 1600- 2nd Street NE, Three Hills, AB, in Council Chambers, in order that Council may hold a Public Hearing for Land Use Bylaw #1718.

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MAY COUNCIL MEETING DATES

Tuesday, May 10 & 24, 2016


Grand Opening • Friday • July 8

Kneehill County Administration Building

and Kneehill Medical Clinic


Kneehill County 2015 Approved Financial Statements

At the Regular Meeting of Council held on April 26, 2016, Kneehill County Council passed a motion approving the 2015 Audited Financial Statements.  Copies are available at the County Office, 1600 – 2nd Street NE, Three Hills or on our website at www.kneehillcounty.com


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR

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MARCH COUNCIL MEETING DATES

Tuesday, March 22, 2016


Council Agendas and Packages

Council Agendas and Packages are now on the Kneehill County website to download the Friday prior to Tuesday’s Regular Council Meetings.


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. setb

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Kneehill County - February 24, 2016

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 af

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