Province approves STIP funding for bridge repairs

All Councilors were present for August 18th’s Regular Meeting of Kneehill County Council which Reeve Jerry Wittstock called to order at 8:30am. Council approved the previous meeting’s minutes with no amendments, and approved the meeting’s agenda with some additions.

Policy 13-10, Mailbox Policy was presented to Council. This policy had updated format but no other changes, presented to Council as part of ongoing review. It was approved unanimously.

Policy 13-24-1 Sanding Materi

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Work has begun on the infrastructure upgrade on Third Avenue, in Three Hills, from Second Street North (583) to Third Street South (J.C. Long Memorial Court). Actual excavation commenced on Monday, August 24. This will see a complete replacement of water and sewer lines along with repaving. The project budget is $1,069,628.06. Approximately 10 days for each block is scheduled. The project completion is tentatively the end of October. Watch for detour signs and crews working.

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Local Author launches second Children's Book

 

Debi Moon is now the published author of two children’s books, Porter Flies Up, Up and Away, and Porter’s Magic Apple Pie. Both books feature her grandson, Porter, who was the inspiration for her writing projects.

Debi’s foray into writing children’s books began while on a holiday cruise, where she wrote various essays about her dog; training a dog, and also mourning the loss of a pet. “Those writings were, I had hoped the beginning of writing children’

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A Mid-Summer Update

This summer, I have been busy going back and forth between Ottawa and our constituency, advocating for you and demanding answers to the tough questions concerning Canadians.

Programs like CERB, need a real plan with in-depth detail that would get Canadians back to work. A real plan would also ensure economic certainty. Conservatives have proposed practical solutions based on the feedback we have received from Canadians. These include the “Back to Work Bonus,” changes to the CEBA, fi

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