Council hears Junior Achievement Delegation

The regular meeting of the Three Hills Town Council was called to order by Mayor Tim Shearlaw at 5:31 on Monday, January 22.

In addition to the routine matters of approval of the agenda, approving the minutes of the January 8 meeting and the review of the Financial Statements, Council also welcomed a delegation from the Junior Achievers for Southern Alberta, gave 2nd and 3rd and final reading of Bylaw 1416-18, dealt with nine items of New Business, heard Councillor’s and Management Team R

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Three Hills Cruise Weekend Committee representative Bruce Wold (left), presents Al Campbell, Christmas in Nashville event Chairman, with a cheque for $2,500. The funds, donated to the Three Hills Health Center Auxiliary Society, will go toward various furniture, oxygen concentrators, and an infant pediatric portable monitor at the Three Hills Health Centre.

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Water main break repaired

 

Water service was temporarily disrupted in areas of Three Hills on Sunday, January 14 and on into Monday, January 15. The cause involved a failed coupler near the Kneehill Historical Society Museum. The break was discovered at about 8 pm on Sunday evening. Water usage, east of the Three Hills Campground, including the Mt. Vernon line, was shut down while repairs were done. The system was fully operational by 5:30 am Tuesday. Water samples were taken throughout town, both before and after

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Carbon welcomes CAO John Brodrick

John Brodrick started work as the new Chief Administrative Officer for the Village of Carbon on the third of January, 2018. Said Mr. Brodrick, “I have been retired for six years but without any actual hobbies to keep me busy, my wife and I decided that this position would be a good fit. I am hopeful I can bring a little stability to the Village of Carbon, with them having gone through four CAO’s in four years.”

The Brodrick’s have previously made their home in both Salmo

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