At their June 14 regular meeting, Acme Council decided to hold the citizen requested town meeting on Wednesday, July 14. It will be held at the Acme Hall with a two hour time limit from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Questions for Council should be handed into the office by July 5. There will be no open mic. The request came about because a group of citizens have questions for all of Council. Council asked Administration to locate somebody neutral, to act as mediator.
Bert Jackson, on behalf of the ceme

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Coulee Park gets major Spruce Up
The Village of Linden's coulee has received a very professional make-over. On Tuesday, June 22 the Encana Corporation brought about 34 employees who were joined by Linden residents, Village staff, park caretakers, and local firemen for a day of "Coulee Park Spruce Up and BBQ".
The crews planted an assortment of 57 trees, bought locally, that included 5' to 10' Spruce, Aspen, and Schubert (about $5000). Mulch was laid around the trees with some of it donated by S & G Bobcat Services. The 1

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Acme School receives development funds

Acme School will soon expand with the installation of two new modular units for child care programs.
Richard Marz, MLA for Olds/Didsbury/Three Hills, presented a cheque from the provincial government for $200,000 to Ron Kenworthy, Board Chair, Golden Hills School Division at a brief ceremony in Acme on June 26.
The funding will cover costs for site development including hook/up services and the delivery of themodular classrooms from the manufacturing site to the school.
Creating Child Care Choi

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Olds/Didsbury/Three Hills MLA Richard Marz presents Kneehill Ambulance Director of Operations Ed Guenette and Deputy Operations Director Garry Cunningham with a $10,329.82 Community Spirit Grant. The funds have been put toward Defibulation units for each ambulance. Each unit costs about $27,000.

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