Three Hills Town Council Report

The Regular meeting of Three Hills Town Council for Tuesday, November 14, 2023, ran 31 minutes from start to finish.

Mayor Ray Wildeman called the meeting to order at 5:32 pm with hall members of Council present.

The agenda for the November 14, 2023 meeting, the minutes of the October 23, 2023, organizational meeting and the minutes of the regular meeting of October 23, 2023, were all accepted as presented.

There were no delegations at this meeting.

Business arising/old business dealt with 4.1

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Village Of Carbon Receives Canada Post Community Foundation Grant

The Village of Carbon has successfully secured the Canada Post Community Foundation Grant which will fund the creation of a mural on the east side entrance of the Carbon Community Centre where the library is housed. The mural will centre around the theme of “Inclusivity” celebrating the diverse cultures and ethnicities within the Village. Through this mural, the library aims to prominently showcase principles of, Diversity, Education, Access, Intellectual Freedom, Democracy, Sustain

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Trochu Seniors Housing Society presented $3311.12 to Trochu Valley School in support of their ‘Forgotten Lunch Program’. Pictured left to right: June Haller, Jody Lammle - TroVal School Principal, Wayne Munro, Isabel Whyte, and Audrey Nelson, Trochu Seniors Housing Society. This money was raised during a recent ticket raffle.

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Trochu Library Board Presents Annual Report To Trochu Council

Trochu Town Council held their November 2023 Council Meeting on Tuesday the 14th, called to order at 6:00 pm by Mayor Barry Kletke and attended by Councillors Chris Armstrong, Bill Cunningham, Jenny Lyver, Chris Reeds, Deputy Mayor Jaime Martel, and virtually by Councillor Cerilo De La Cruz. Joining Council were CAO Carl Peterson, Director of Operations Dave Nelson, and Recording Secretary Toni Nelson.

Council adopted the minutes from their October 2023 meetings: the October 10th Regular Counci

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