Senior’s Housing project in conceptual phase

Trochu Councilors held a regular meeting of Town Council April 26, 2021. The meeting was opened at 6:00pm and all Councilors were in attendance, some by Zoom and some in-person in Council chambers. Joining the Councilors were Lavinia Henderson of Civic Solutions, CAO Carl Peterson, and Recording Secretary Toni Nelson.

Council accepted the meeting’s agenda and previous minutes, then CAO Carl Peterson presented his Administrator’s Report.

The Senior’s Housing continues to progre

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Three Hills RCMP introduce Safe Exchange Zone

The Three Hills RCMP detachment is introducing a Safe Exchange Zone to help provide a safe place for people to meet when buying and selling items online. The Safe Exchange Zone is located in the parking lot at the Three Hills RCMP detachment, located at 719 2nd Street North in Three Hills. Detachment Commander Sgt. Jamie Day believes this area will provide an added level of comfort to those meeting others for online purchases, child custody exchange or any face to face meetings. The Safe Exchan

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Still flourishing, 25 years later!

March 1st marked 25 years since Rehoboth opened Kneehill home, our first of several homes in Three Hills. Through incredible community support and inclusion, Rehoboth expanded to include four residential homes, a vocational program with administration offices as well as the New to You thrift store. The fourth Rehoboth region to open was celebrated by the people of Three Hills not only opening their town to clients and staff but also their hearts. The continuous love and support given to us over

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Trochu Town Council hears report on finances

All Councilors were present, in-person and by Zoom, for the Regular Meeting of Trochu Town Council on April 12th, 2021. Joining Councilors Reeds, Armstrong, Cunningham, Lumley, Munro, and Stephan was Mayor Kletke, CAO Carl Peterson, Director of Operations Dave Nelson, and Recording Secretary Toni Nelson.

The meeting opened shortly after 6pm, with the adoption of the meeting’s agenda, then headed promptly into the Public Hearing to repeal amending bylaw 2021-02 and amend the Land Use Bylaw

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