Three Hills Council reduces lot prices of newly developed Sunrise Estates

Three Hills Mayor Tim Shearlaw called the May 25, 2020 regular meeting of Town council to order at 5:34 pm. All members of council were present as was administration. Social distancing is in effect.

With the acceptance of the agenda and approval of minutes complete council looked at information provided on the number of councillors and selection of mayor practices.

The next municipal election comes around in October of 2021. Council has the authority to trim the number of councillors to five, a

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Thrift Stores ask public to adhere to guidelines

During the past few months many have said they have been purging their closets, storage area, garages, etc., and plan to donate when possible to the local thrift stores. It would be good to remind people that the thrift stores are not a dumping ground for things that are no longer useful. When items are brought inn, they should be in working order, no chips in glassware, no clothes or linens that have a smoke or musty odor, or stains. Thrift stores often get donations that have come directly ou

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Restored town siren back in business

All Councilors were present via Zoom for the May 11 regular meeting of Trochu Town Council. Lavinia Henderson of Civic Solutions and Dave Nelson, Director of Operations, also joined the Zoom call, while Town CAO Carl Peterson and Recording Secretary Toni Nelson joined the meeting in-person at the Town Office. The meeting was called to order shortly after 6:00pm.

After affirming the Housekeeping items, Council heard a series of Reports. Under the Grantwriter’s Report, Council asked whether

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County receives Financial Statement

Kneehill County Council held a regular meeting of Council on May 12, 2020, beginning at 8:30am at the County Office.

The meeting began with Delegations, with Auditors Alan Litster and Mitchell Kennedy of BDO Canada LLP presenting the 2019 Financial Statements by phone. It was the opinion of the auditors that the financial statements of the County presented fairly and accurately. The audited statements showed that as of December 31, 2019, the County had $60,806,005 in financial assets and $7,396

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