Three Hills CAO announces resignation

Mayor Tim Shearlaw called the June 8, 2020 regular meeting of Three Hills Town Council to order at 5:33 pm on June 8 2020.

The meeting agenda was accepted as presented.

Of special note at this meeting was the formal resignation of Chief Administrative Officer Alan Parkin. His letter of resignation sited personal reasons for his departure. Mr. Parkin’s final day of service to the Town of Three Hills will be August 8, 2020. He officially began his duties on August 26, 2019. Council accepted

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County approves Flag Protocol

Kneehill County Council Reeve Jerry Wittstock called the June 9, 2020 regular meeting of Council to order at 8:30am.

The first item on the brief agenda was a Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Asset Management Grant Opportunity, presented by Director of Corporate Services Bill McKennan. As the County has hundreds of millions of dollars in assets which have to be managed, Administration directs Council to approve the grant application.

The maximum Municipal Asset Management Program gran

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Trochu Town Council report

Mayor Barry Kletke called Trochu Town Council meeting to order at 6:05 pm on Monday June 8, 2020, with all Councilors present and in attendance at the Town Office. Joining the Councilors was Director of Operations Dave Nelson, Recording Secretary Toni Nelson, and Lavinia Henderson of Civic Solutions. CAO Carl Peterson was away and could not attend the meeting.

Council decided that July 13 and August 17 will be their summer Council Meeting dates.

Director of Operations, Dave Nelson, noted that c

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Show ‘n Shine or Bust

Saturday, June 6 would have seen several thousand people and hundreds of vehicles of special interest fill “the Big L” in downtown Three Hills, in a normal year. Cruise Weekend and the 39thh Annual Street Freaks Shown n’ Shine were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But Three HIlls is a “car town” and about 20 vehicle enthusiasts arrived on Main Street Saturday afternoon to keep the tradition alive. Sunday was cold and rainy so it would have been a nasty day f

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