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14 O c t o b e r 5 ' 1 7 H A N N A / c O r O N A t i O N / S t e t t l e r , A b R. e a l E s t a t e / H o m e s E C A r e v i e w Strong support of staff Cont’d from Pg 5 I would also like to thank all of the Mayors and Councillors in the surrounding area and Central Alberta. The Town of Stettler cannot accomplish all of what we do on our own. A big debt of gratitude must go to the whole team at the County of Stettler for their true partnership and collaboration in moving our community forward. I would like to personally thank Reeve Wayne Nixon and the other councillors along with their administration for their leadership and friendship to myself and our Town. Please take time to thank the people that protect us like the RCMP, first responders and health care professionals. These hard working people make our community safe and secure. My duty as Mayor could not have been possible without the strong support of many in and around our community, especially those under my employment in my private life. I say THANK YOU for the opportunity you have given me, to know and work with you – I am completely humbled by the confidence shown in me, and it has been my absolute pleasure to serve!!! Lastly, I would like to thank my family for their unwavering support throughout this journey of mine. It has been an incredible honour serving our community and representing this great Town. It has only served to strengthen my love for our community, province and country. I wish you all the best. May Needing that new home before winter? Don’t Miss our Fall Savings $ 5,000 00 Ask about our Numerous options! Immediate delivery available. God bless you and your families, and may God bless Stettler!!!! Mayor Dick Richards 38145 RANGE ROAD 201, Rural Stettler County, AB Charming acreage, all the benefits of country living within 5 min. of Stettler. School bus to the door; hardtop within a 1/2 mile; sculpted yard with mature spruce, fruit trees, shrubs and garden areas. Upgrades circa 2000. Oversize double garage, workshop for the handiman or lady, areas for games and play. $300,000 40141 Highway 56, Rural Stettler County This completely renovated “House on the Hill” presents majestic vista views of the property and area from all angles, whether you are sitting on the covered or open front deck, working in the bright updated kitchen; sharing a meal with family and friends in the large dining area, or pruning the sculpted flower beds and mature shrubs in front and side yards. $575,000 Downstairs entertaining area. Garden and house yard are protected with huge spruce featured shelter belt. New shingles on house 2016; new blown in insulation 2017. 30x40 insulated metal clad barn, corral system, shelters; metal clad machine shed 40x64 w/ 220 wiring & 15x20 folding doors. landmark realty An Independent member broker Gwen Lee gsells4u@telus.net www.suttonlandmarkrealty.com 5010-50 St, Stettler, AB • 403-742-4080 off any one showhome Call Marg @ 1-855-380-2266 or visit www.craigshomesales.com for online viewing or come in person 915 - 43 rd Street South Lethbridge AB 17101AX0

E C A r e v i e w R e a l E s t a t e / H o m e sH A N N A / C o r o N A t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b O c t o b e r 5 ' 1 7 15 3” wide version Three things to consider before purchasing a temporary carport BUSINESS AVAILABLE IN ALBERTA Franchise Pet Food store – Sales 900,000, well established. Cash flow over $100,000. Priced at $175,000 plus inventory. Retail store for Pools & Spas – Sales 1,195,000. Cash flow over $100,000. Priced at $250,000. Plus inventory. Flower Shop – Very busy SO008447 location with well-established customers, Sales well over $500,000. With strong cash flow. Priced at $310,000. Awards & Promotional Trophies Retail – business established some 40 years, sales $ 280,000. Strong customer base. Priced at $160,000. Cash flow $80.000. Vending Operation – Priced $50,000. Owners motivated to sell 30 machines. Some located. Great opportunity for some with full time job. Call Bill Conroy @ 403-346-7755 email billconroy@maxwellrealty.ca Maxwell Real Estate Solutions Ltd. Tired of having to clear heaps of snow from your car and driveway every morning? Why not eliminate the need to do so altogether with a temporary carport? If this sounds like the perfect solution for you, be sure to consider these three points before signing off on a model to buy or rent. Municipal bylaws Every municipality has its own regulations in place surrounding the use of temporary carports. To avoid getting slapped with a hefty fine, make sure to comply with your local bylaws by finding out whether you’ll need a permit and what types of structures are and aren’t allowed. Installation and removal If you don’t have the time or are other wise unable to safely and adequately install your temporary carport, there’s sure to be a business nearby that can help you assemble and take down the structure. Ask your neighbours for their recommendations. Maintenance tips Clear snow and ice off your temporary carport every once in a while to prevent it from getting crushed under a too-heavy load. Also keep an eye on the canvas tension, and regularly tighten the bolts as needed. Features To keep your vehicle protected all winter long, choose a temporary carport with a galvanized steel structure and a thick, UV-resistant tarp. In addition, look for a model with two doors (one in the front and one in the back) and large windows that offer a clear, unobstructed view of the surrounding area. leave msg with your home or cell number 3” wide version BEAUTIFUL SPRUCE TREES 4-6 feet, $35 each Machine planting: $10/tree (includes bark mulch and fertilizer) 20 tree minimum order Delivery fee $75-$125/order Quality guaranteed 403-820-0961 Furnace Cleaning Book Now $ave on Heating • Specialists in furnace and vent cleaning • Serving Central Alberta • Residential / Rural • In business 22 years $70 Discount Available 403-854-0378 (cell) check us out online www.ECAreview.com 3.75” wide version BUSINESS AVAILABLE IN ALBERTA LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER Franchise Pet Food store – Sales 900,000, well established. Cash flow over $100,000. Priced at $175,000 plus inventory. Retail store for Pools & Spas – Sales 1,195,000. Cash flow over $100,000. Priced at $250,000. Plus inventory. Flower Shop – Very busy location with well-established customers, Sales well over $500,000. With strong cash flow. Priced at $310,000. Awards & Promotional Trophies Retail – business established some 40 years, sales $ 280,000. Strong customer base. Priced at $160,000. Cash flow $80.000. Vending Operation – Priced $50,000. Owners motivated to sell 30 machines. Some located. Great opportunity for some with full time job. Parcel 1 NW 1/4 13-29-3 W4th Excepting thereout SO008447 all mines and minerals Area: 64.7 Hectares (160 Acres) more or less Parcel 2 SW 1/4 13-29-3 W4th Containing 64.7 Hectares (160 Acres) more or less Excepting thereout Call Bill Conroy @ 403-346-7755 email A) Plan billconroy@maxwellrealty.ca 9710086 Road 0.414 Hectares Maxwell Real (1.02 Estate Acres Solutions more Ltd. or less) Excepting thereout all mines and minerals Including: 3 Quonsets large bungalow built in 1976 2 Butler bins on concrete (4,200 bushel) 2 Twister bins on concrete (4,800 bushel) 2 Behler hopper bins (1,200 bushel) 3 Wheatland hopper bins (1,480 bushel) 2 Westeel Roscoe bins, older, (2,700 & 1,200 bushel) Parcel 3 SE 1/4 14-29-3 W4 (Cultivation Lease #5208) 159 Acres more or less Parcel 4 E 1/2 13-29-3 W4 (Grazing Lease #81953) 275 Acres more or less All parcels subject to current Lease Agreement which expires December 31, 2017 Tenders to be delivered to: Niblock & Company LLP at 420 Macleod Trail SE, Medicine Hat, Alberta or mailed to P.O. Box 609, Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 7G5. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A 5% deposit is to accompany said tender payable to Niblock & Company LLP, In Trust. Buyers are responsible for their own inspections. Tenders will be received until 4:00 p.m. on October 31, 2017. LANDS FOR SALE BY TENDER 3.75” wide version The owner hereby offers for sale by tender the following lands: Meridian 4 Range 16 Township 38 Section 3 Quarter South West - Paintearth County Meridian 4 Range 16 Township 37 Section 34 Quarter North West - Paintearth County both excepting thereout all mines and minerals and Machine free and clear planting: of all financial $10/tree (includes bark mulch and fertilizer) encumbrances. 20 tree minimum order THE OWNERS MAKE NO WARRANTIES, REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE Delivery fee $75-$125/order PROPERTY, SIZE/MEASUREMENT, CONDITION OR ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS. Quality guaranteed Possession will be granted on December 7, 2017 subject to payment of tender price. Buyer to be responsible for all costs associated 403-820-0961 with registration. G.S.T. to be added to the tender price where applicable. Tenders will be received by the undernoted law firm up to but not after 12:00 o’clock noon on November 15, 2017. Tenders should be forwarded or delivered to Anderson Law Office at their undernoted address in a sealed envelope marked “Muncy - Tenders” and should include a certified cheque payable to Anderson Law Office Trust for 5% of the price offered. Tenders may be for all or either of the parcels above mentioned. The balance of the purchase price must be paid on or before possession date. Terms of the sale will be cash. Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For additional information contact Ron Muncy at 403 323 0322. Anderson Law Office Box 190, Bay 5, 5002 -51 Avenue, Stettler, Alberta T0C 2L0 Phone: 403-742-2529 BEAUTIFUL SPRUCE TREES 4-6 feet, $35 each LANDS FOR SALE BY TENDER Richard G Creasey and Ann H Creasey hereby offer for sale by tender the following briefly described property subject to the reservations, exceptions and encumbrances contained in the existing certificates of title: SW 20-38-15-4, containing 146.85 acres more or less; and SE 20-38-15-4, containing 147.89 acres more or less (hereinafter called the “Lands”). FEATURES OF THIS PROPERTY: approx. 200 cultivated acres, cross-fenced, four dugouts, coulee, old railway right of way divides the property. The sale of the Lands is subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned: 1. Vendor makes no warranties or representations about the property’s size/measurement, condition or environmental status. 2. The gas well has been abandoned, generates no revenue and is currently on the Orphan Well Association’s list. 3. Buyer to be responsible for all costs associated with registration. Tender price shall be excluding G.S.T. 4. Tenders will be received by the lawyer noted below up to but not after 12:00 o’clock noon on October 20, 2017. Tenders should be forwarded to Landman Reule Law Office in a sealed envelope marked “Creasey Tenders”. A certified cheque equal to 10% of the purchase price must accompany the tender. 5. The balance of the purchase price to be paid by solicitor’s trust cheque or certified funds on or before December 12, 2017 (“Possession Date”). 6. Property taxes not to be adjusted. 7. Underground power line lease with annual revenue of approx. $640.00 will be assigned to the purchaser, but will not be adjusted. 8. Seller will complete the fence on the north side of SW 20-38-15-4. 9. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For further information regarding the property, please contact the owner at 403-741-6452. Please provide contact information, including a phone number, with the tender. LANDMAN REULE LAW OFFICE Lori R. Reule Barrister & Solicitor 4819 - 51 Street, Box 1630 Stettler, Alberta TOC 2LO