Three Hills Notices - July 12, 2017

Re: Development Permit Application No. 61/900.044/17 by Luke and Ashley Savage for a Dance Studio on ½ of Lot 6, Lot 7, Block 5, Plan 5130AR (317 – 2nd Avenue NE) Land Use Classification C4 – Commercial Neighborhood District.
A Development Appeal Board Hearing with regards to the above Development Permit will be held at 9:00 AM on Wednesday August 2nd, 2017 at the Town Office (232 Main Street) in Council Chambers.
All relevant documents respecting the appeal are available for public inspection with the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board at the Town Office during regular office hours of 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Written objections to the proposed development must be received by the undersigned on or before 12:00 PM, Friday July 28th, 2017.
Anyone wishing to attend this public hearing is welcome to do so.

Kristy Sidock
Subdivision & Development Appeal Board

Starting July 10, 2017, the Town of Three Hills will proceed with flushing of all town water lines between the night time hours 10 PM and 6 AM. This flushing program will continue for 4 to 6 weeks.
Flushing is a method of cleaning the watermain pipes by forcing water through them at high speed and discharging it through hydrants, which are left open until the water runs clear. This fast-moving water flow scours and cleans out mineral deposits and sediment that have built up over time and settled at the bottom of the pipes.

Residents may experience a temporary discoloration of water while the water main is being flushed. Any disruption should be short-lived. To reduce sediment entering your home;

• Avoid turning on your taps or flush your toilets during the hours of flushing. This could draw sediment into the water pipes on your property, water meter, hot water tank, and into water filters.
• Turn off all time-delayed water-line appliances.
• Store a sufficient reserve of drinkable water for use during the above hours. Your water will still be safe for consumption however may have an unpleasant taste and/or odor.
• Remove aerator (screens) from taps.
• Turn on your cold water on the tap located nearest your property’s water meter/shut-off and let it run for a minimum of 10 minutes or until it runs clear.
• Place the aerators back on taps.
• If you ran water during the flushing process you may have to repeat the above steps for all taps, toilets and hot water tanks in your home until the sediment clears.
For further inquiries email or phone the office at 403-443-5822 during regular business hours.