Three Hills Town Council report

The November 13 meeting of the Three Hills Council was straight to the point and dealt with one Bylaw given its three readings, 13 items of New Business, Councillor’s and Management Team reports and the formality of accepting the minutes and financials as presented.

Specifically then the meeting proceeded as follows:

Called to order - 5:30 pm.

Acceptance of agenda - as presented.

Adoption of minutes of Organizational Meeting and Regular Meeting of October 22 - as presented.

Delegation - N

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Bill Cunningham appointed Deputy Mayor of Trochu

Trochu Town Council held their regular meeting Nov. 13, 2018.

Bill Cunningham took his seat at the Council table as Deputy Mayor, replacing Clr. Chris Reeds. Barry Kletke remains as Mayor. Office items were already being moved to the new Administration Building, with the move expected to be complete by the end of mid November. The next Council meeting will, in all likelihood be held at the new Trochu office building where the flags are already flying. Operations, in his report, noted that every

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The Capital is partnering with Traders Furniture and the Three Hills Area Food Bank in a “Fill The Van” campaign.

Help us stock the shelves of the Three Hills Area Food Bank by coming out during the Christmas Moonlight Market event on Friday, November 30, in Three Hills.

From 6 pm to 9 pm, the Traders Furniture Cube Van will be parked in the TD Canada Trust Parking Lot. Volunteers will gladly accept your donations of non-perishable food items and place them in the van.

All donors wi

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FCM grants announced for the Town of Trochu and Kneehill County

 

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and the Government of Canada are announcing more than $4.5 million for 109 initiatives across the country through three programs: the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), the Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program (MCIP) and the Green Municipal Fund (GMF).

The Town of Trochu is receiving $50,000 dollars for it’s Phase 1 asset management project, delivered through FCM’s federally-funded Municipal Asset Management Pro

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