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The Town of Bashaw will<br />

seek to support local business<br />

by applying for major<br />

grants. The decision was<br />

made at the Nov. 15 regular<br />

meeting of council.<br />

Councillors read a report<br />

from Town Chief<br />

Administrative Officer<br />

(CAO) Theresa Fuller which<br />

noted councillors, in<br />

response to a request from<br />

the Bashaw and District<br />

Chamber of Commerce,<br />

wished to discuss options for<br />

providing support to the<br />

local business community.<br />

Representatives of the<br />

chamber recently appeared<br />

at council and suggested the<br />

Town of Bashaw do more to<br />

support the local business<br />

community, specifically<br />

through a non-residential<br />

multi-year tax incentive<br />

bylaw.<br />

At a previous meeting<br />

councillors wondered what<br />

options were available for<br />

more wide-ranging support.<br />

The CAO stated she had<br />

looked into certain grant<br />

programs available from<br />

other levels of government,<br />

and because of grant deadlines,<br />

including Dec. 20 for<br />

one program, she decided to<br />

present to councillors as<br />

soon as possible.<br />

Fuller’s report listed a<br />

number of areas that grants<br />

could address, including<br />

Main Street or vacant business<br />

infill, Main Street<br />

beautification, business<br />

training or learning, hiring<br />

of an economic development<br />

coordinator and drafting a<br />

tax incentive bylaw.<br />

Fuller further suggested<br />

that as far as vacant business<br />

space the town could<br />

consider inviting those<br />

property owners to a<br />

meeting and gather input on<br />

how the town could help<br />

them fill those spaces. “We<br />

have several aging business<br />

sites that are not functioning,”<br />

said Fuller.<br />

Coun. Jackie Northey,<br />

who at a previous meeting<br />

stated she favoured a more<br />

wide-ranging approach to<br />

helping local business than<br />

a tax incentive bylaw,<br />

repeated those comments.<br />

She conceded that a tax<br />

incentive bylaw have some<br />

impact on local business<br />

such as attracting a new<br />

one, but she still preferred<br />

programs that had broad<br />

appeal and effect.<br />

Included in the agenda<br />

package was an email from<br />

a local community member,<br />

Cindy Burgess, who had<br />

concerns with a tax incentive<br />

bylaw.<br />

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INDEX<br />

Elnora council ............................. 2<br />

Castor council ............................. 3<br />

Stettler county council ............ 4, 5<br />

Viewpoints ................................. 6<br />

Kneehill council ......................... 8<br />

Real Estate/Homes ................. 8, 9<br />

Classifieds/Careers ................... 10<br />

Obituary ................................... <strong>11</strong><br />

Crossword puzzle ..................... <strong>11</strong><br />

Paintearth council .................... 12<br />

Hanna council:<br />

New fire<br />

truck<br />

slated for<br />

delivery<br />

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Stettler county<br />

council:<br />

New fire<br />

services<br />

agreement<br />

approved<br />

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2 N ovember <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. <strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW<br />

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ELNORA COUNCIL<br />

Former mayor wants more transparency<br />

him. He clearly stated the village is<br />

not in violation of the MGA.”<br />

However, readers should note<br />

Elnora’s Nov. 14 council meeting<br />

agenda included a request to rescind<br />

the Oct. 10 policy and for councillors<br />

to consider passing a new procedural<br />

bylaw.<br />

Councillors unanimously<br />

passed first reading. Mayor<br />

Bissell stated he felt only<br />

first reading should be<br />

passed so this proposed<br />

bylaw can be publicly advertised<br />

to collect public<br />

feedback before other readings<br />

are held.<br />

The CAO noted the proposed<br />

bylaw had already<br />

been posted on the village<br />

website for the public to<br />

read.<br />

Former Village of Elnora mayor Leah Nelson told council at their Nov.<br />

14 meeting she was concerned about transparency. <br />

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A former Village of Elnora<br />

mayor appeared at the regular<br />

meeting of council Nov.<br />

14 to tell elected officials she<br />

doesn’t feel they’re open and<br />

forthcoming enough.<br />

Leah Nelson appeared<br />

before council as a delegation<br />

to discuss openness in<br />

the village’s proceedings.<br />

A concern only briefly<br />

spoken about at the council<br />

meeting but addressed in<br />

great detail in the agenda<br />

package was apparently a<br />

concern Nelson had over the<br />

passing of a policy<br />

addressing delegations to<br />

council versus a bylaw on<br />

the books that already deals<br />

with that topic.<br />

While Nelson’s concerns<br />

weren’t mentioned in depth<br />

at the meeting, she sent an<br />

Oct. 12 email to the Village<br />

of Elnora explaining her<br />

concerns in more detail,<br />

including her conversation<br />

with a provincial government<br />

employee in<br />

Edmonton.<br />

“And I repeat the policy<br />

you passed on (Oct.) 10 is of<br />

no importance and holds no<br />

bearing, see below the comments<br />

from Municipal<br />

Affairs advisor, a tool that is<br />

also open for<br />

yourselves to use<br />

if uncertain on<br />

anything you are<br />

being told.<br />

“If this is<br />

indeed the rules<br />

you want to<br />

implement then<br />

you have a bit<br />

more work to do.<br />

All this exercise<br />

did was show<br />

that you are<br />

trying to shut<br />

down any conversation<br />

and<br />

transparency,<br />

this is all we are<br />

asking for,<br />

answers to how<br />

your decisions<br />

are made<br />

because nothing<br />

is shared during<br />

any meeting, no discussion,<br />

no debate, just denial.<br />

“If you continue to refuse<br />

our group, understand that<br />

it builds more frustration<br />

and lack of trust and it’s not<br />

just how I feel (Mayor Jul<br />

Bissell) it is how many of the<br />

residents you are supposed<br />

to be representing feel,”<br />

stated Nelson’s email. “It is<br />

time to maybe listen to what<br />

the collective voice is trying<br />

to say.”<br />

The Municipal Affairs<br />

staffer Nelson was referring<br />

to, judging by an email<br />

included in the agenda, was<br />

Municipal Governance<br />

Advisor Lucien Cloutier,<br />

who pointed out he was not<br />

providing analysis or commentary<br />

on any policy or<br />

bylaw but did note this:<br />

“Were a municipality to<br />

present me with these two<br />

documents and with a recommendation<br />

on what to do<br />

with them, my suggestion<br />

would be that the municipality<br />

repeal both the bylaw<br />

and the policy and that<br />

council passes a new procedural<br />

bylaw which clarifies<br />

their intent regarding the<br />

acceptance of delegations.”<br />

Village Chief<br />

Administrative Officer<br />

Sharon Wesgate stated she<br />

also contacted Cloutier in<br />

Edmonton and “...had an<br />

extended conversation with<br />

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More concerns<br />

As Nelson’s presentation continued,<br />

the topic of the old Elnora Library<br />

building’s sale was mentioned. Nelson<br />

stated that Elnora council on May 31,<br />

<strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong> accepted through resolution the<br />

sum of $25,000 for the old building.<br />

However, at this point village<br />

council and staff disagreed with<br />

Nelson, stating an offer of either<br />

$20,000 or $22,500 was made for the<br />

building although it was never made<br />

clear which of those figures was the<br />

actual offer. Nelson came back at<br />

them by saying the village’s council<br />

meeting minutes quote the $25,000<br />

figure.<br />

Nelson also stated the village’s<br />

financial statement wasn’t posted on<br />

the municipal website and was concerned<br />

about that. The mayor and<br />

CAO both responded village staff were<br />

trying to get ahold of councillors and<br />

the mayor himself before posting the<br />

financial statement and also had<br />

trouble finding Nelson.<br />

Nelson then asked if the council<br />

planned to hold 2024 budget talks in<br />

public. The CAO responded that over<br />

the past eight years Elnora council<br />

chose to hold budget talks in special<br />

council meetings.<br />

Readers should note special council<br />

meetings are permitted under the<br />

Municipal Government Act (MGA)<br />

and may be held with certain advance<br />

notice or other conditions.<br />

The CAO noted the special meetings<br />

are open to the public and anybody<br />

can attend.<br />

Nelson responded that few Elnora<br />

residents are aware of when special<br />

meetings are held. Nelson added that<br />

when she was a village councillor she<br />

also attended special council meetings<br />

which she now feels was a mistake.<br />

Nelson didn’t seem satisfied by<br />

many answers she’d heard, closing her<br />

presentation with this statement: “All<br />

we want is transparency.”<br />

Rescind policy<br />

During the meeting councillors<br />

unanimously passed a resolution to<br />

rescind the Oct. 10 policy which<br />

Nelson mentioned in her presentation.<br />

New bylaw<br />

Later in the meeting councillors<br />

considered a new procedural bylaw;<br />

such a bylaw governs the way council<br />

will conduct its business.<br />

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Castor<br />

Farmers’ Market<br />

Thursday, Dec. 7<br />

1-7pm @ Castor Comm. Hall<br />

Supper $8 5:00-6:30pm<br />

Chicken w/ stuffing, salad & bun<br />

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Takeout available<br />

Santa will be there! 3:30-4:30<br />

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deadline: Mon. Dec. 4<br />

$<br />

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Photo Greetings run in the<br />

December 7 issue and are ONLY<br />

for those with the boss’ or staff<br />

photo. Otherwise regular price in<br />

any other issue or with no photo<br />

$170.38 + tax.<br />

Photos are 10x’s more<br />

likely to get noticed!<br />

space available<br />

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Ask us about available<br />

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Traditional<br />

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deadline: no later than<br />

Mon. Dec. 18.<br />

Traditional greetings can<br />

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9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (CLOSED Fri-Tues.)<br />

All other business can be dealt with through phone or email:<br />

Ad Sales:<br />

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Photo Greetings are ONLY for those<br />

with the bosses photo or staff photo<br />

(Regular price in any other issue or<br />

with no photo is $170.38 + tax).<br />

Photos are 10Xs more likely to get feedback!<br />

Season’s Greetings<br />

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cell 403-740-2492<br />

PLEASE NOTE:<br />

Coronation Office Closures<br />

during December. Reach<br />

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Payments:<br />

e-Transfer:<br />

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Phone-in credit card:<br />

Wed. & Thurs. ONLY<br />

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Cont’d from Pg 1<br />

“As a resident of Bashaw I am adamantly<br />

against such a bylaw,” stated<br />

Burgess’ email dated Oct. 30. “I further<br />

encourage the chamber’s members to<br />

look to existing federal programs for<br />

tax relief.<br />

“If council allowed a non-residential<br />

tax incentive how would those tax dollars<br />

be recovered? Would council push<br />

an even greater tax burden directly<br />

onto residents?<br />

“I strongly urge council to turn<br />

down this proposal. They have a challenging<br />

task ahead: keeping our 2024<br />

tax rate as low as possible while maintaining<br />

the high level of service<br />

Bashaw provides. Adding an unnecessary<br />

expense line to the budget is<br />

unacceptable,” added Burgess.<br />

Councillors discussed the grant programs<br />

the CAO presented to<br />

them: Alberta Northern and<br />

Regional Economic Development<br />

Program (NRED) and the<br />

recently-announced Small<br />

Community Opportunity (SCO)<br />

program.<br />

The report stated NRED<br />

accepts applications that either<br />

immediately promote regional<br />

economic prosperity or those<br />

that lay the foundation for continued<br />

economic prosperity into<br />

the future in areas such as business<br />

supports and economic<br />

HANNA COUNCIL<br />

New fire truck slated for delivery<br />

Lane Koster<br />

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The Hanna Fire Chief David Kohl<br />

reported to Hanna town council at<br />

their Nov. 14 regular council meeting<br />

that a new fire rescue truck will arrive<br />

Nov. 15.<br />

The full M2, 3 ton, 4x4 Freightliner<br />

replaces the 22- year-old F550, 2 ton,<br />

two-wheel drive fire rescue truck that<br />

has outlived its service life, said Mohl.<br />

The new truck will be fully operational<br />

within a few days, after radios<br />

and equipment from the old truck are<br />

installed in the new truck.<br />

Among other things, the new truck<br />

sports a paint job superior to all the<br />

older trucks by a different<br />

manufacturer.<br />

Entrance signs<br />

Town entrance signage has been<br />

reviewed by council. It was moved that<br />

the old Nickelback sign that was<br />

removed previously will be returned,<br />

along with another sign stating an<br />

upcoming “Nickelback Tour Starts<br />

Here.” A tour by the band is being<br />

planned by Harvest Sky.<br />

Current networking Gateway equipment<br />

that connects all Town of Hanna<br />

computers will no longer be supported.<br />

Council approved an estimated<br />

$16,000 to purchase new equipment<br />

from TELUS while favourable pricing<br />

is still an option.<br />

Repairs to rooftop air-handling<br />

equipment on town buildings was also<br />

approved.<br />

Chief Administrative Officer Kim<br />

Neil proposed an amendment to the<br />

by-law for business use in one of the<br />

Hanna industrial areas by Railway<br />

Avenue, that use be moved from discretionary<br />

to permitted. These uses<br />

include: auction facility, car wash,<br />

equipment rental shop, gas bar and<br />

service station, manufacturing<br />

(heavy), print shop, recycling facility,<br />

and self-storage facilities.<br />

Moving wrecker and salvage from<br />

discretionary to permitted use was not<br />

recommended, after consideration, as<br />

these facilities can often be loud and<br />

very noisy.<br />

The amendments passed first<br />

reading.<br />

The question of a solar power plant<br />

in Hanna was raised.<br />

Currently, Hanna by-laws permit a<br />

solar power plant in the Urban<br />

<br />

CASTOR COUNCIL<br />

Promoting benefits of living in Castor<br />

Lane Koster<br />

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Castor town council will explore<br />

online, radio and video options to promote<br />

the benefits of living in Castor<br />

after hearing a report from Chief<br />

Administrative Officer (CAO) Donna<br />

Rowland that Castor does not seem to<br />

be effective at attracting new residents.<br />

The decision was made at the Tues.<br />

Nov. 14 regular council meeting.<br />

Rowland stated she hasn’t heard of<br />

anyone moving to Castor unless there<br />

is already a family or personal<br />

connection.<br />

Snow removal priority<br />

With winter snowfalls coming soon,<br />

the CAO provided to council an<br />

amended Priority 1 snow removal<br />

route to include the new fire hall and a<br />

doctor’s residence.<br />

Deputy Mayor Kevin McDougall<br />

expressed interest in including Castor<br />

schools on the Priority 1 route, but at<br />

present they remain on the Priority 2<br />

route.<br />

However, if there is a medical emergency<br />

requiring a Shock Trauma Air<br />

Rescue Service (STARS) plane or helicopter,<br />

all snow clearing equipment<br />

will be redirected to clearing the airport<br />

or helicopter landing pad within<br />

the hour it will take for the STARS<br />

plane to get to Castor from Edmonton.<br />

Lawn mower<br />

Council held a lengthy discussion<br />

regarding the purchase of a new lawn<br />

mower. Two options are being considered.<br />

One is a zero-turn mower with a<br />

cost close to $30,000. The other is a 4x4<br />

tractor mower for about $13,000.<br />

Council was told by the CAO zeroturn<br />

mowers can mow lawns more<br />

quickly, summer staff may find operating<br />

them on steep slopes such as<br />

‘Unnecessary expense unacceptable’<br />

development capacity building.<br />

The recently announced SCO program<br />

accepts applications that align<br />

with the Economic Development in<br />

Rural Alberta plan and build capacity<br />

within the local community in entrepreneurship<br />

and mentorship, skills<br />

development, small business supports<br />

and/or partnerships, interconnectivity<br />

and collaboration.<br />

During discussion councillors suggested<br />

gathering community input on<br />

these grants with the CAO stating if<br />

councillors want applications made<br />

she will contact the chamber for their<br />

support.<br />

Coun. Kyle McIntosh was cautious<br />

about applying for any of these grants,<br />

adding he wondered if the town should<br />

consult with the community first.<br />

Councillors approved by a 3 to 1 vote<br />

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BYEMOOR COMMUNITY CLUB<br />

Craft & Bake Sale Tables<br />

& Santa Claus Day<br />

Sat., Dec. 2, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong><br />

<strong>11</strong> AM - 3 PM Byemoor Hall<br />

2 PM – Pictures With Santa<br />

SLEIGH RIDES AVAILABLE<br />

Great gift ideas & Christmas baking.<br />

Concession Booth Available.<br />

Raffle draws.<br />

Tables available $10 each<br />

To Book tables please call<br />

Reserve, under discretionary use only.<br />

Doreen at 403-579-2460<br />

This means Hanna could put some<br />

restrictions on the project if one was<br />

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are planned at this time.<br />

The AUC has final authority on<br />

SUNDAY<br />

where such plants are permitted.<br />

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around the pond or in wet weather<br />

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Council voted<br />

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Battle River<br />

Alliance for<br />

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Development<br />

(BRAED), with its<br />

annual fee of<br />

$1000, citing no<br />

benefit to Castor<br />

for the kind of<br />

input offered.<br />

the Town of<br />

Bashaw applying<br />

for these grants<br />

with McIntosh<br />

the lone<br />

dissenter.<br />

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4 N ovember <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. <strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW<br />

<br />

STETTLER COUNTY COUNCIL<br />

New fire services agreement approved<br />

Stu Salkeld<br />

Local Journalism Initiative reporter<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

Stettler county council approved its<br />

new fire services agreement with its<br />

urban counterpart at the regular<br />

council meeting Nov. 15, with councillors<br />

lauding the agreement as clear,<br />

concise and efficient.<br />

Director of Municipal Services<br />

Andrew Brysiuk presented councillors<br />

with the draft <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong> Joint Fire<br />

Services Agreement which he noted<br />

involved many months of work.<br />

“The Town and the County have<br />

been working towards modernizing<br />

the agreement which governs our<br />

joint delivery of the Stettler Regional<br />

Fire Department,” stated the staff<br />

memo to council.<br />

“The new agreement provides a<br />

clearer definition of the roles and<br />

responsibilities of each municipality<br />

and fire department staff. The agreement<br />

decentralizes many of the<br />

responsibilities the managing partner<br />

formally had to perform.<br />

“This is enabled by the management<br />

restructuring which sees<br />

municipal chiefs employed by each<br />

municipality and a manager of<br />

regional fire services to oversee joint<br />

concerns.”<br />

Readers should note earlier this<br />

year the Town of Stettler announced<br />

it was dissolving the existing joint<br />

fire services agreement between<br />

themselves and the County of Stettler,<br />

essentially meaning both municipalities<br />

would form their own fire<br />

departments.<br />

A process of mediation then began.<br />

However, a few weeks later the<br />

town and county announced they<br />

would work together on a new joint<br />

fire services agreement.<br />

Brysiuk elaborated on his description<br />

by saying the town and county<br />

had been working together for<br />

months on this new agreement.<br />

“I am very happy to say...we had<br />

successful mediation...and set the<br />

framework for this agreement to<br />

come forward,” said Brysiuk.<br />

He explained the draft agreement<br />

defines roles and responsibilities for<br />

everyone involved in fire services,<br />

decentralizes a lot of the responsibilities,<br />

ensures both the town and<br />

county each have their own fire chief<br />

and creates a regional manager position<br />

to coordinate fire services.<br />

He also noted both councils already<br />

had a chance to look over this agreement<br />

and some minor tweaks were<br />

made.<br />

Brysiuk stated staff recommended<br />

councillors approve the draft agreement,<br />

which their urban counterparts<br />

were scheduled to consider at their<br />

upcoming Nov. 21 regular meeting.<br />

Coun. James Nibourg, who was a<br />

part of the negotiating committee<br />

with the Town of Stettler, stated this<br />

agreement is a good example of the<br />

town and county successfully<br />

working together.<br />

He noted other people had opinions,<br />

“...maybe misinformed opinions,” but<br />

both municipalities developed a draft<br />

agreement that is a very good deal for<br />

both parties.<br />

Coun. Les Stulberg agreed, adding<br />

both town and county should be<br />

proud of this agreement which is very<br />

detailed and good for the community<br />

as a whole.<br />

“I mean, it couldn’t be any better,”<br />

said Stulberg, who added the agreement<br />

is clear, well-defined and<br />

efficient.<br />

Coun. Dave Grover stated if everything<br />

goes the way it’s intended the<br />

agreement should be successful.<br />

Grover also asked when the County of<br />

Stettler fire chief will be hired.<br />

“The sooner the better, probably,”<br />

said Grover.<br />

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Brysiuk responded that since the<br />

regional manager should be part of<br />

the county chief’s hiring, that<br />

regional manager should be in place<br />

first.<br />

He added that within a few weeks<br />

the County of Stettler could begin<br />

advertising for its new chief and hopefully<br />

in the New Year resumes can be<br />

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<strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB November <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> 5<br />

<br />

The County of Stettler gave initial<br />

approval to a property owner’s wishes<br />

to expand an industrial lot. The decision<br />

to approve first reading<br />

®<br />

of / a<br />

re-zoning was passed at the Nov. 15<br />

regular meeting of council.<br />

Councillors heard a report from<br />

Director of Planning and Development<br />

Craig Teal regarding a request to rezone<br />

a portion of the SW-10-39-19-W4M<br />

from agricultural (A) to industrial (I)<br />

district.<br />

“Bylaw 1712-<strong>23</strong> proposes an amendment...<br />

to rezone a 2.07 acre portion of<br />

the SW-10-39-19-W4M from the agricultural<br />

district to the industrial district,”<br />

stated the staff memo.<br />

“The proposed changes are in<br />

STETTLER COUNTY COUNCIL<br />

Owner wants to expand industrial parcel<br />

At their Nov. 15 regular meeting County of Stettler council approved first reading of a bylaw<br />

that will re-zone a portion of the SW-10-39-19-W4M from agricultural (A) to industrial (I)<br />

district. <br />

Stu Salkeld<br />

Local Journalism Initiative reporter<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong>/Screenshot<br />

response to an application from the<br />

registered owner of the property.<br />

“The purpose of the industrial district<br />

is to provide a range of industrial<br />

uses that may carry out a portion of<br />

their operation outdoors or require<br />

outdoor storage areas. Any nuisance<br />

associated with such uses should generally<br />

not extend beyond the<br />

boundaries of the site.<br />

“An application for subdivision on<br />

the SW-10-39-19-W4M has been submitted<br />

and is in process. The applicant<br />

is proposing to add a 2.07 acre portion<br />

of the quarter section to lot 4 block 1<br />

plan 212 <strong>23</strong>01.<br />

“The additional land is proposed to<br />

be added to an existing industrial operation<br />

to allow the owners more space<br />

for outside storage for their operation.<br />

The subdivision will not result in an<br />

additional privately titled parcel.<br />

“The subject property is a portion of<br />

the remainder of the quarter section,<br />

and is surrounded by a mix of industrial<br />

and agricultural properties.<br />

The adjacent property to the east is<br />

agricultural land, the properties to the<br />

west are industrial use, and to the<br />

south is also agricultural land,” stated<br />

the agenda memo.<br />

Teal reiterated that this land-use<br />

bylaw (LUB) amendment was the<br />

result of a request from the property<br />

owner.<br />

Teal summarized that the property<br />

owner wishes to re-zone a roughly triangular<br />

parcel of agriculture land to<br />

industrial use, with the intent to in the<br />

future subdivide it and then combine it<br />

with an existing industrial parcel that<br />

is adjacent to the west.<br />

Teal further explained the LUB<br />

amendment was before council for<br />

first reading, and if it passes then it<br />

would be publicly advertised and a<br />

public hearing held on Dec. 13 during<br />

the regular County of Stettler council<br />

meeting.<br />

Readers should note there was some<br />

discrepancy<br />

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proper date is<br />

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Teal noted<br />

County of Stettler<br />

planning staff<br />

had no concerns<br />

about the application,<br />

which<br />

appeared to be<br />

echoed by<br />

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councillors as they made no comments<br />

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Dear Editor,<br />

I asked if Hon. Nate Horner, MLA is<br />

aware of issues regarding the governance<br />

of the County of Stettler and<br />

asked that I create a paper trail, to<br />

which now I have.<br />

The first concern I have is that the<br />

municipality has cost the Alberta taxpayers<br />

this year on one job (#590<br />

resurface) approx. three million extra<br />

dollars due to material having to be<br />

trucked from a source much further<br />

away than needed. This does not<br />

include the extra cost associated with<br />

more Alberta infrastructure being<br />

used that will need repairs as well.<br />

I state this because RC Pit located in<br />

the County of Stettler is a major source<br />

for large projects such as this and has<br />

been open since the 50’s. In the last<br />

four years the<br />

county has done<br />

“<br />

nothing but<br />

create red tape<br />

regarding this<br />

industry.<br />

I have acted as<br />

an agent to get an<br />

approval for a<br />

new permit for<br />

the RC pit for two<br />

years now.<br />

We have been<br />

to the Land and<br />

Property Rights<br />

Tribunal (LPRT)<br />

a total of two<br />

times now and a<br />

third coming<br />

soon.<br />

The first<br />

appeal was due<br />

mostly to the<br />

municipality ignoring expert studies<br />

and implementing their own conditions<br />

not based on facts.<br />

The second appeal was mostly<br />

regarding the county would not accept<br />

independent engineer expert opinions<br />

that the LPRT required as per the first<br />

ruling.<br />

There also are concerns from the<br />

county over CAP levy to which they<br />

feel the applicant is not following,<br />

when in fact the County of Stettler are<br />

not following their own CAP levy.<br />

All rulings have not been in favour<br />

of the county which should demonstrate<br />

what is really going on in this<br />

county. In fact the county is now<br />

trying to get an application approved<br />

to file an appeal against the LPRT<br />

ruling regarding the RC Pit.<br />

Regarding this CAP levy I have<br />

brought this up and was threatened by<br />

a staff member to pay or he would<br />

issue me a stop work order regarding a<br />

different pit in which I operate.<br />

Regarding this matter I am now being<br />

sued by this staff member for a sum of<br />

approximately $150,000 and from what<br />

looks like on the County of Stettler<br />

financials the local ratepayers may be<br />

paying for this staff member’s personal<br />

lawsuit.<br />

This law firm is JSS Barristers, a<br />

ratepayer requested the billings from<br />

the law firm and a lot was redacted<br />

and he has now submitted to the next<br />

level with the Alberta government for<br />

a review. This is concerning if tax dollars<br />

are being used for personal gain of<br />

a staff member.<br />

The major problem with the county<br />

is they feel the rules are for them to<br />

enforce but for them they don’t need to<br />

follow.<br />

Codes of Practice for Pits is under<br />

the control of the Government of<br />

Alberta, as I feel it should be. A municipality<br />

should not be able to punish<br />

Alberta taxpayers when it is in the<br />

best interest of<br />

Albertans that<br />

these resources<br />

are readily<br />

available.<br />

Currently the<br />

MGA Act is being<br />

abused by this<br />

county. They<br />

have in past<br />

placed road bans<br />

on roads as a<br />

means to “get<br />

their way”. Road<br />

bans of 75 per<br />

cent in place on<br />

roads when it’s<br />

January, a good<br />

high grade road<br />

and frozen while<br />

refusing to give<br />

road use agreements<br />

to use local<br />

infrastructure to extract resources<br />

from said gravel pits.<br />

The wording should not give them<br />

complete control or they can target<br />

people they choose. There needs to be<br />

a way that they need to prove via an<br />

independent APEGA engineer assessment<br />

or something that it is needed to<br />

create restrictions to a road.<br />

Bylaws are worded what can be reasonably<br />

expected of a development, or<br />

in the opinion of the county. There are<br />

standards in place regarding noise, air<br />

quality, etc. and municipalities can<br />

shut down this industry, just because.<br />

Imagine if municipalities had control<br />

over the oil and gas sector, the<br />

mining sector…nothing would get<br />

done in this province and at a huge<br />

cost to the Alberta taxpayer.<br />

The other problem is these pits fall<br />

under discretionary use under this<br />

municipalities bylaw with short terms<br />

such as five years. Then all the rules<br />

can be changed in effort to target those<br />

they wish to enforce the rules upon.<br />

Seems absurd and yet I have proof of<br />

all of this.<br />

Turn to Proper, Pg 7<br />

All rulings have not<br />

been in favour of the<br />

county which should<br />

demonstrate what is really<br />

going on in this county. In<br />

fact the county is now<br />

trying to get an application<br />

approved to file an appeal<br />

against the LPRT ruling<br />

regarding the RC Pit.<br />

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Sold out crowds for<br />

H.A.T.S. <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong> production<br />

The Heartland Arts Troupe Society<br />

(H.A.T.S) performance of ‘The<br />

Hallelujah Girls’ played to a sold out<br />

crowd Nov. 8 - <strong>11</strong> at the Stettler<br />

Community Hall. This delightful<br />

comedy revolves around a group of<br />

women who come together to find<br />

laughter, friendship and a new lease on<br />

life in a small Southern town.<br />

The characters refuse to let obstacles<br />

define their lives. Instead, they<br />

decide to turn an old church into a day<br />

spa, sparking a series of hilarious and<br />

Proper governance lacking<br />

Cont’d from Pg 6<br />

The Marshall’s have several pits in<br />

the county and it has been very difficult<br />

to operate recently.<br />

On another pit I have a condition<br />

requiring me to have a road use agreement<br />

and yet they will not issue one.<br />

It’s now been over a month with several<br />

attempts to try and see why it is<br />

not being issued. It is cited because all<br />

conditions have not been met.<br />

My driver has received two tickets<br />

for no road use agreement and yet I’ve<br />

been trying to obtain one. They will<br />

not follow their own policy regarding<br />

the road use agreements and have the<br />

audacity to write tickets of<br />

enforcement.<br />

The two tickets the driver received<br />

have only a date and time penalty to be<br />

paid not even the option to plead not<br />

guilty. Which is not following the<br />

Canadian charter.<br />

The County of Stettler gave a permit<br />

to another developer, same day with<br />

not all conditions being met as well as<br />

lifting of road bans for the developer.<br />

I wasn’t even recognized by the<br />

County of Stettler at the MPC meeting.<br />

I was there to give further information<br />

and answer and ask questions in an<br />

effort to avoid going to the LPRT.<br />

This development permit for this pit<br />

is now having to go to the LPRT before<br />

unbiased representatives with an<br />

extra cost to Alberta taxpayers<br />

because this municipality cannot provide<br />

proper governance.<br />

I was of the understanding that local<br />

governments were to be looking out<br />

for the better good of the community<br />

Stettler H.A.T.S. <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong> production provided a light-hearted comedy, ‘The Hallelujah Girls’. The girls (above), from<br />

the left, Sheryl Brook (Carlene), Crystal Friars (Nita), Sue Cuba (Mavis) Kim Anderson (Crystal) are pleasantly<br />

shocked when plumber Wayne Smith (Bobby Dwayne, pictured left) shows up to work on the plumbing for their<br />

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heartwarming events.<br />

As they navigate unexpected twists,<br />

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love interests, they discover the true<br />

meaning of friendship and sisterhood.<br />

The Hallelujah Girls was a feel-good<br />

production celebrating the power of<br />

female bonds and the importance of<br />

never giving up on your dreams, no<br />

matter your age.<br />

It was directed by Andrea Muhlbach<br />

in her directorial debut.<br />

and treat tax money as if it was theirs.<br />

This is not what is happening in this<br />

county.<br />

Please help as this corruption and<br />

abuse must come to a stop.<br />

Best regards<br />

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Stettler, Alta.<br />

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Kneehill County council heard that<br />

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shrinking. The presentation was made<br />

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council.<br />

Councillors received a delegation<br />

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Community Support Services (FCSS)<br />

family wellness workers Yvonne<br />

Wilson and Keara McGhee who presented<br />

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report that included a lot of positives<br />

in the realm of mental health.<br />

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that the KFWP was born in 2020<br />

through a partnership between the<br />

county and Golden Hills School<br />

Division with the goal of providing<br />

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to Kneehill-area residents with a<br />

primary focus on children, youth and<br />

families.<br />

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stress and anxiety continue to be primary<br />

issues for children and youth<br />

that the workers come into contact<br />

with.<br />

She noted what causes this issue can<br />

be different depending on the client<br />

and can include family, economic,<br />

social or medical factors.<br />

She stated that suicide ideation<br />

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supported five children and youth on<br />

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Wilson noted that absenteeism from<br />

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and youth<br />

but noted that<br />

attendance for<br />

some did become<br />

more consistent.<br />

The family<br />

wellness workers<br />

provided councillors<br />

with a “stats<br />

& numbers” page<br />

that included a<br />

number of<br />

graphs illustrating<br />

the<br />

KFWP’s impact<br />

on the municipality<br />

in 2022-<strong>23</strong>,<br />

including 77<br />

single session clients<br />

and 108<br />

ongoing clients.<br />

Wilson stated<br />

adult clients’ top<br />

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Looking at<br />

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As much of the<br />

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McGhee spoke next and<br />

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The results of<br />

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<strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB November <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> 9<br />

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER<br />

IN SPECIAL AREAS NO. 2<br />

18 MILES NORTH EAST OF HANNA, ALBERTA<br />

The following property is Offered for Sale by Tender subject to the restrictions in the<br />

existing Certificate of Title and Special Areas Lease. The Property is Sold “AS IS”.<br />

The Seller makes no Warranties or Representation about Property<br />

Size/Measurement, Condition or Environmental Status.<br />

PARCEL 1:<br />

PARCEL 2:<br />

PARCEL 3:<br />

PARCEL 4:<br />

PARCEL 5:<br />

PARCEL 6:<br />

PARCEL 7:<br />

PARCEL 8:<br />

PARCEL 9:<br />

PARCEL 10:<br />

PARCEL <strong>11</strong>:<br />

PARCEL 12:<br />

REAL ESTATE/HOMES<br />

Positive feedback from public<br />

Cont’d from Pg 8<br />

These programs also, noted<br />

McGhee, receive positive feedback<br />

from the public.<br />

McGhee also pointed out the importance<br />

of partnerships, including with<br />

the school division, as KFWP may not<br />

be able to offer everything it does if not<br />

for partners.<br />

During discussion Coun. Laura Lee<br />

Machell-Cunningham asked over<br />

what period the single session numbers<br />

are collected, to which Wilson<br />

answered those are collected over a<br />

12-month timeframe.<br />

When asked asked how online counselling<br />

is offered Wilson responded<br />

government and private counsellors<br />

are available for both adults and<br />

youth.<br />

Machell-Cunningham noted many<br />

rural residents don’t have reliable<br />

internet service and wondered if<br />

people interested in online counselling<br />

could use the KFWP computers.<br />

Wilson answered people are welcome<br />

to use KFWP computers.<br />

McGhee noted children and youth<br />

seem much more willing to seek<br />

mental help supports than she thought<br />

they’d be and suspects it’s because the<br />

stigma around mental health is slowly<br />

shrinking.<br />

“They’re taking big, bold steps<br />

toward bettering their mental health,”<br />

said McGhee.<br />

Reeve Ken King agreed with the<br />

workers that Kneehill County’s partnership<br />

with Golden Hills School<br />

Division is the kind of deal where<br />

everyone wins.<br />

Councillors unanimously accepted<br />

the presentation as information.<br />

DEEDED LAND<br />

NE 21-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

SE 21-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

SW 29-32-14-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

NW 16-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

NE 17-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

NW 20-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

SE 20-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

NE 20-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

SW 20-32-12-W4M, Containing 160 Acres, more or less<br />

NW 17-32-12-W4M, Containing 148.01 Acres, more or less<br />

SW 17-32-12-W4M, Containing 157.05 Acres, more or less<br />

ACREAGE - PLAN 1912<strong>11</strong>0, BLOCK 1, LOT 1,<br />

Containing <strong>11</strong>.54 Acres, more or less<br />

House (approximately) 1200 Square Feet, detached 2 car<br />

garage, 40X 80 Quonset, 32 x 40 Shop, 28 x 40 Barn, Water<br />

Well and Stock Waterer<br />

GRAZING LEASE LAND<br />

SPECIAL AREAS GRAZING LEASE NO. 83677 (SW21-32-12-W4M; NE 29-32-12-<br />

W4M; NW 29-32-12-W4M & SE 29-32-12-W4M, Containing 640.00 Acres, more or<br />

less) Ducks Unlimited Dam on the NW 29-32-12-W4M and Dugout on<br />

SW 29-32-12-W4M<br />

THE FOLLOWING LANDS HAVE A SURFACE LEASE CURRENTLY PAYING<br />

ANNUAL RENTAL<br />

NE & SE 21-32-12-W4M - $2,120.00 SE 20-32-12-W4M - $2,420.00<br />

NW 20-32-12-W4M - $2,455.00 SE 21-32-12-W4M - $2,619.00<br />

NE 21-32-12-W4M - $2,610.00 SW 21-32-12-W4M - $1,500.00<br />

SE 29-32-12-W4M -$1,500.00<br />

NW 29 & NE 29-32-12-W4M - $1,500.00 We want to hear from you!<br />

NE 21-32-12-W4M - $2,506.00 SW 29-32-12-W4M - $2,700.00<br />

NE 21-32-12-W4M - $800.00<br />

Lacombe<br />

NE 29-32-12-W4M<br />

County is<br />

-<br />

gathering<br />

$1,500.00<br />

the community’s<br />

We We want<br />

thoughts to<br />

on<br />

hear from you! you!<br />

SW & NW 20-32-12-W4M - $2,700.00<br />

dwellings in the agricultural area.<br />

We Lacombe want County is to gathering hear the community’s from you! thoughts on<br />

Lacombe County is gathering the community’s thoughts on<br />

NE 21-32-12-W4M - $2,500.00 NE 20-32-12-W4M - $2,550.00<br />

dwellings in the agricultural area.<br />

Your responses will help to describe the community’s dwellings in the agricultural area.<br />

Lacombe County vision<br />

gathering the<br />

THE SURFACE RENTALS SHOWN ARE NOT GUARANTEED BY THE<br />

Your responses will help to describe the community’s vision<br />

for housing in the agricultural area, the community’s Your current responses housing will thoughts help to describe on dwellings the community’s in vision the<br />

for<br />

for<br />

housing in<br />

in<br />

the<br />

the<br />

agricultural<br />

agricultural area,<br />

area,<br />

the<br />

the<br />

current<br />

current<br />

housing<br />

housing<br />

VENDOR AND MAY HAVE BEEN VARIED OR supply, CANCELLED and begin BY to THE identify DATE what future agricultural supply, housing<br />

supply,<br />

and<br />

and<br />

begin may<br />

begin<br />

area. to be<br />

to identify<br />

identify<br />

what<br />

what<br />

future<br />

future<br />

housing<br />

housing<br />

may<br />

may<br />

be<br />

be<br />

TENDERS ARE SUBMITTED.<br />

needed. The intent of this community<br />

needed.<br />

needed.<br />

The<br />

The<br />

intent<br />

intent<br />

of<br />

of this<br />

this<br />

community<br />

community<br />

consultation<br />

consultation<br />

is<br />

is<br />

to<br />

to<br />

Your<br />

consultation<br />

better better<br />

responses<br />

is<br />

understand understand<br />

will<br />

to<br />

the the help<br />

housing housing to<br />

needs needs describe<br />

of of agricultural agricultural the<br />

NO ADJUSTMENT ON ANY SURFACE LEASE<br />

better<br />

WILL<br />

understand<br />

BE MADE. ALL<br />

the<br />

CHEQUES<br />

housing needs residents and and farm families. Your Your input input is is essential essential in in<br />

community’s<br />

of agricultural<br />

vision for housing in the<br />

ARRIVING AFTER THE POSSESSION DATE<br />

residents<br />

WILL BELONG<br />

and farm<br />

TO THE<br />

families. Your input<br />

ensuring we strike a balance between the the community’s<br />

agricultural is essential<br />

housing needs area, and the the in<br />

sustainable current use housing<br />

of of our our agricultural<br />

PURCHASER.<br />

ensuring we strike a balance between supply, the land.<br />

community’s<br />

and begin to identify what future<br />

housing needs and the sustainable use housing of<br />

There<br />

our are<br />

agricultural<br />

may two opportunities be needed. to learn The more intent<br />

and share your<br />

GST will be added to the Purchase Price (where land. applicable) and property taxes will of<br />

thoughts.<br />

this community consultation is to<br />

Public<br />

be adjusted as of possession date.<br />

Meeting:<br />

better understand the Wednesday, housing needs November of<br />

29<br />

There are two opportunities to learn more agricultural and Online share residents Survey:<br />

your<br />

the and survey farm will families.<br />

open after<br />

Tenders in sealed envelopes, accompanied by a thoughts. certified cheque for 2% of the<br />

Your input the public is essential meeting in on ensuring November we<br />

29<br />

amount of Tender must be in the hands of Messrs. Ross, Todd & Company,<br />

and close on December 13 at midnight<br />

Public Meeting: Wednesday, strike November a balance between 29 the community’s<br />

Barristers & Solicitors, P.O. Box 1330, 124- 2 Avenue West, Hanna, Alberta, T0J<br />

housing For more information, needs please and contact the sustainable Planning Services use of<br />

1P0, by 12:00 o’clock noon, December 14, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>.<br />

or visit the County’s website<br />

Online Survey: the survey will our agricultural open after<br />

Cajun Paradis, Senior land.<br />

Planner<br />

Email: planning@lacombecounty.com<br />

The balance of the purchase price for the successful Tender the public shall be meeting paid to the on November There Phone: are 29 two 403-782-8389<br />

opportunities to learn more<br />

said Solicitors on January 30, 2024. Possession only upon and payment close on in full. December If the 13 at and midnight share your thoughts.<br />

successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after acceptance of his tender,<br />

the deposit will be forfeited.<br />

For more information, please contact Planning Services Public Meeting:<br />

The highest, or any tender not necessarily accepted. or visit Cheques the County’s of unsuccessful<br />

website<br />

Wednesday, November 29<br />

tenderers will be returned to them.<br />

Cajun Paradis, Senior Planner<br />

Online Survey: the survey will<br />

Email: planning@lacombecounty.com<br />

For further particulars on the Tendering Phone: process, 403-782-8389 contact<br />

Ross, Todd & Company,124 - 2nd Avenue West, Hanna, Alberta,<br />

Phone (403) 854-4431, Fax (403) 854-2561 or E-mail: rosstodd@netago.ca<br />

LANDS FOR SALE BY TENDER<br />

The NE 13-36-21-W4 containing 160 acres and SE 13-36-21-W4, containing<br />

158.72 acres, located North West of Big Valley, within the County of Stettler No. 6 are<br />

offered for sale by tender, subject to the reservations, exceptions and encumbrances<br />

contained in the existing Certificate of Title.<br />

These bare agricultural quarters are perimeter fenced together, having been farmed<br />

together. Both are currently cultivated acres with native grass pasture in low lying and<br />

slough areas, with $4,350.00 annual surface lease revenue on NE 13-36-21-W4 and<br />

$4,025.00 annual surface lease revenue on SE 13-36-21-W4.<br />

The sale of this property is subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned:<br />

Lacombe County is holding<br />

1. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the size/measurement,<br />

condition or environmental status of the parcel.<br />

2. Successful Bidder to be responsible for all costs associated with purchase and<br />

registration.<br />

3. Tender price shall be excluding G.S.T.<br />

4. Tenders will be received by the lawyer noted below up to but not after<br />

12:00 o’clock noon on Thursday, November 30, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>. Tenders should<br />

be forwarded to Wilson Cruickshank Law Office in a sealed envelope marked<br />

“Tenders #160937”. The Tender shall include certified funds or bank<br />

draft equal to 10% of the tendered price, payable to “Wilson Cruickshank<br />

Law Office, in trust”. Deposits of all Unsuccessful Bidders will be returned.<br />

Notification to all parties of the status of their Tender will be made within 5<br />

business days after close of Tenders.<br />

5. The balance of the purchase price to be paid by solicitor’s trust cheque or<br />

certified funds on or before January 31, 2024 (“Possession Date”). Failure by<br />

the Successful Bidder to complete the purchase will result in forfeit of deposit to<br />

the Seller.<br />

6. Property taxes to be adjusted as of Possession Date.<br />

7. Surface Leases will be assigned to Successful Bidder without adjustment as at<br />

Possession Date.<br />

8. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.<br />

To obtain a Tender Package, please contact lawyer noted below. All Tenders must<br />

include full name, phone number and email address.<br />

a PUBLIC MEETING<br />

and an online survey...<br />

Lacombe County is holding<br />

Lacombe County is holding<br />

WILSON CRUICKSHANK LAW OFFICE<br />

Daniel J. Wilson, Barrister and Solicitor<br />

4902 51 Street, Box 1240<br />

Stettler, Alberta T0C 2L0<br />

Phone: (403) 742-4436<br />

Email: daniel@wilsonlegal.ca<br />

NOVEMBER<br />

a PUBLIC MEETING<br />

and<br />

and<br />

an<br />

an<br />

online<br />

online<br />

survey...<br />

survey...<br />

29<br />

NOVEMBER<br />

NOVEMBER<br />

29<br />

The Public Meeting is<br />

Wednesday,<br />

November 29, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong><br />

7:00 PM<br />

The Public Meeting is is<br />

Wednesday,<br />

November 29, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong><br />

7:00 PM<br />

open after the<br />

www.lacombecounty.com/dwellings<br />

public meeting<br />

on November 29 and close on<br />

December 13 at midnight<br />

Lacombe County office,<br />

Council Chambers<br />

Lacombe County office,<br />

Council Chambers<br />

Located 2½ 2½ miles west west of of Highway 2 2<br />

at at the the intersection of of Spruceville Road Road<br />

and Highway 12 12<br />

Located learn<br />

2½ miles more<br />

west of Highway<br />

at<br />

2<br />

at the intersection of Spruceville Road<br />

and Highway 12<br />

For more information, please<br />

contact Planning Services or visit the<br />

County’s website<br />

www.lacombecounty.com/dwellings<br />

Cajun Paradis, Senior Planner<br />

Email: planning@lacombecounty.com<br />

Phone: 403-782-8389<br />

learn more at<br />

learn more at<br />

www.lacombecounty.com/dwellings


10 N ovember <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. <strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW<br />

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This includes For Sale, For<br />

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Payment Necessary<br />

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There will be a $5.00<br />

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We accept cash, cheque,<br />

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Ph. 578-4<strong>11</strong>1. Mail to Box<br />

70, Coronation, AB T0C<br />

1C0.<br />

REAL ESTATE<br />

Hay/ cultivated land<br />

for sale: 1 quarter of<br />

Meadow Hay land<br />

with 30 acres previously<br />

cultivated,<br />

located approximately<br />

13 miles north of<br />

Coronation. Contact<br />

Jay Brown (403)<br />

620-3096.<br />

FEED AND SEED<br />

ALBERTA FEED<br />

GRAIN: Buying<br />

Oats, Barley, Wheat,<br />

Canola, Peas,<br />

Screenings, Mixed<br />

Grains. Dry, Wet,<br />

Heated, or Spring<br />

Thresh. Prompt<br />

Payment. In House<br />

Trucks, In House<br />

Excreta Cleaning.<br />

Vac Rental. 1-888-<br />

483-8789.<br />

WE BUY DAMAGED<br />

GRAIN - Heated,<br />

Mixed, Tough, Light,<br />

Bugs, Spring<br />

Thrashed....Barley,<br />

Wheat, Oats, Peas,<br />

Flax, Canola. “On<br />

Farm Pickup”.<br />

Westcan Feed &<br />

Grain 1-877-250-<br />

5252.<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

OFFICE furniture for<br />

sale located in<br />

Stettler. 2 older<br />

model 4-drawer filing<br />

cabinets, $25.; 3<br />

older model office<br />

desks, $50. Call<br />

403-741-2615.<br />

UNIQUE Etched<br />

Wooden Ornaments.<br />

$105.00/set of 4<br />

including postage<br />

and FREE Draw for<br />

chainsaw carvings.<br />

Fundraiser for<br />

Alberta Political<br />

Prisoners. See<br />

Facebook Page.<br />

Inquire at Operation<br />

Rescue @protonmail.com.<br />

WANTED<br />

WANT WORK.<br />

Inflation hurts!<br />

Senior with an excellent<br />

driving record,<br />

have Class 3 with<br />

air, looking for driving<br />

position 2 or 3<br />

days/week. Please<br />

help. Sheldon 403-<br />

742-1062.<br />

CASH PAID for gold,<br />

silver & platinum!<br />

Buying coins, collections,<br />

999 bullion,<br />

bars, ingots, jewelry,<br />

nuggets, sterling, old<br />

money. Purchasing<br />

entire coin collections!<br />

Call Todd<br />

1-250-864-3521.<br />

CARS & TRUCKS<br />

FOR SALE for parts<br />

(some body damage)<br />

2008 Dodge<br />

Dakota SXT, V8,<br />

with just over 97,000<br />

km. Asking $2800.00<br />

Call 403-972-3819.<br />

COMING EVENTS<br />

ARE YOU<br />

AFFECTED by someone<br />

else’s drinking?<br />

There is help for you.<br />

Call Al-Anon 403-<br />

356-0320 or go to<br />

www.al-anon.ab.ca<br />

VETERAN Christmas<br />

Capers, Veteran Hall,<br />

Sat. Nov. 25, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>.<br />

Breakfast 9 a.m. -<br />

noon; Market 10<br />

a.m-2 p.m.; Sleigh/<br />

Wagon Rides 12:30 -<br />

2 p.m.; Kids Crafts<br />

noon - 2 p.m.; Santa/<br />

Candy Bags 2 p.m.<br />

FIREARMS<br />

WANTED for our<br />

<strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong> Auction<br />

Program: Rifles,<br />

Shotguns, Handguns,<br />

Antiques, Militaria,<br />

Collections, Estates,<br />

Single Items. For<br />

Auction, or Possible<br />

Purchase: Toll-Free<br />

1-800-694-2609,<br />

Email Us @ sales@<br />

switzersauction.<br />

com or Visit Us<br />

@ www.switzersauction.com.<br />

HELP WANTED<br />

SPRUCE POINT<br />

PARK Association<br />

now accepting applications<br />

for the position<br />

of: Park<br />

Manager, 2024 season,<br />

May 1st to<br />

September 15th (end<br />

date flexible). Spruce<br />

Point Park<br />

Campground and<br />

Marina is located on<br />

Lesser Slave Lake<br />

approximately 285<br />

kms northwest of<br />

Edmonton, AB near<br />

Hamlet of Kinuso.<br />

Manager must live on<br />

site in own RV unit.<br />

Full-service lot provided.<br />

For complete<br />

job description package<br />

please call 780-<br />

775-3805 or email<br />

sprucepointpark@<br />

gmail.com. Closing<br />

date: January 15th,<br />

2024, or until suitable<br />

candidate is found.<br />

MAN seeking<br />

a FEMALE<br />

for relationship.<br />

I’m Dennis, a 65-yearold<br />

man in search of a<br />

lasting connection filled<br />

with trust, companionship, and love with a special<br />

woman. I’m an old fashioned man, affectionate and<br />

romantic, hoping to find a life partner and best<br />

friend to share the rest of my years. Should you have<br />

an interest in this adventure, feel free to drop me a<br />

message to know about you.<br />

My email is : wade152@hotmail.com<br />

Preferred age range is 58 - 70 years old.<br />

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS<br />

IN THE ESTATE OF HERBERT WALTER WIMMER<br />

(also known as HERBERT WIMMER; HERB WIMMER),<br />

LATE OF THE TOWN OF HANNA, IN THE PROVINCE<br />

OF ALBERTA, WHO DIED ON THE 2 DAY OF<br />

DECEMBER, A.D., 2022.<br />

If you have a claim against this Estate, you must file your<br />

claim by December 30, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>, with MESSRS. ROSS,<br />

TODD & COMPANY, Barristers & Solicitors, P.O. Box<br />

1330, 124-2 Avenue West, Hanna, Alberta, T0J 1P0.<br />

If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can<br />

lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you<br />

may have.<br />

HEALTH<br />

HIP/KNEE<br />

REPLACEMENT.<br />

Other medical conditions<br />

causing trouble<br />

walking or dressing?<br />

The Disability Tax<br />

Credit allows for<br />

$3,000 yearly tax<br />

credit and $30,000<br />

lump sum refund.<br />

Take advantage of<br />

this offer. Apply<br />

NOW; quickest<br />

refund Nationwide:<br />

Expert help. 1-844-<br />

453-5372.<br />

ANNOUNCING<br />

THE FAMILY of the<br />

late Dale Kent would<br />

like to thank the<br />

community for the<br />

flowers, food,<br />

thoughts and<br />

prayers, hugs and<br />

visits. We would like<br />

to thank Our Lady of<br />

the Rosary Hospital<br />

for the excellent care<br />

Dale received and<br />

for letting the family<br />

stay close to their<br />

dad, grandpa and<br />

great-grandpa.<br />

Thank you to all who<br />

took the time to<br />

attend the service<br />

and to the ladies of<br />

the community for<br />

the excellent lunch<br />

served. Lastly we<br />

thank Corrine Adair<br />

of the Stettler<br />

Funeral Home for<br />

guiding us through<br />

the funeral arrangements.<br />

Melody Kent<br />

& Families<br />

CARD OF THANKS<br />

WITH SINCERE<br />

Thanks. On behalf of<br />

the Richard Tirrell<br />

family, we would like<br />

to thank everyone<br />

for the cards, flowers,<br />

food and the<br />

kind expressions of<br />

sympathy shown following<br />

Richard’s<br />

passing. Special<br />

thanks to all who<br />

were involved in the<br />

service and the lovely<br />

lunch. Much<br />

appreciation to all<br />

the Castor Hospital<br />

staff and Parkview<br />

Funeral Service.<br />

Your support at this<br />

difficult time is very<br />

much appreciated<br />

and a great comfort<br />

to all the family.<br />

The Family of<br />

Richard Tirrell<br />

(1943 - <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>).<br />

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purge. File destruction.<br />

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Classifieds<br />

work!<br />

Call 403-578-4<strong>11</strong>1<br />

Valley Ski Hill<br />

has the following<br />

JOB OPPORTUNITIES<br />

for the <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>-24 ski season:<br />

Lift Operators,<br />

Office Staff,<br />

Snow Makers,<br />

Rental Shop Technician<br />

For a detailed description of each<br />

position please go to our website<br />

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To apply please submit your resume<br />

with the position of choice to<br />

office@valleyskihill.ca<br />

Request for Tender<br />

AUDIT SERVICES FOR THE<br />

KNEEHILL HOUSING CORPORATION<br />

The Kneehill Housing Corporation is is accepting<br />

tenders for for the preparation of annual audited financial<br />

statements of their housing and lodge divisions.<br />

Experience in in government reporting is is required.<br />

Periodic accounting advisement<br />

is is an additional requirement.<br />

The Auditor appointed to conduct the<br />

audit must be a member of the<br />

Chartered Professional Accountants of of Alberta.<br />

Tender Period: <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>-2027<br />

Closing Date: November 30, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong><br />

For For more details, including annual requirements,<br />

please email<br />

info@kneehillhousing.com<br />

or call 403-443-5216<br />

The The lowest tender may not necessarily be accepted.<br />

Experience and satisfactory references will be be<br />

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Office Furniture For Sale<br />

• 3 Older model<br />

desks $50<br />

• 2 older model<br />

4-drawer<br />

filing cabinets<br />

$25<br />

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The Omega Circle would like to thank everyone who donated, helped and supported<br />

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Pail Draws:<br />

Mastercraft Tools, Flare Tech: Paulette Heer<br />

Personal Blender, Percy & Paulette Heer: Betty Stotz<br />

Bubble Bliss Foot Care, Vic & Barb Carey: Leslie Stanley<br />

Holiday Lantern, Barb & Vic Carey: Gail Benjamin<br />

Baines Picture, Doug Baines Family: Donna Stadelmann<br />

Winter Centerpiece/Candles, Myrt & Cindy: Linda Wilkie<br />

3 Headbands, Reyna Olson: Charlie Cassidy<br />

Gym Rental, Christ King School: J. Walstrom<br />

Camp Chair, Harold & Deborah Hansel: Chloe Shingoose<br />

Air Fryer, Viola Imrie: Trish Newman<br />

Bicycle & Plant, Neal & Lorna Walgenbach: Deanne Fleischeker<br />

Halloween Gnome, Neal & Lorna Walgenbach: Cherisse Cassidy<br />

Basket of Canning, Corina & Girls: Sheila Reinville<br />

Christmas Lantern, Ray & Rene Blackmore: Jimaine Walgenbach<br />

Barbie Tent & Barbies, Carol Muhlbach: Marylou Botting<br />

Blanket & 3 Candles, BettyAnn & John Cassidy: Paulette Heer<br />

GloWick Candles, BettyAnn & John Cassidy: Chelsea Cassidy<br />

Crystal Vase, Laurie Hoopfer Family: Carlie Cassidy<br />

Basket/Toque, Sox, etc, Flare Tech Inc: Cristie Johnston<br />

Hot Wheels Set, Flare Tech Inc: BettyAnn Cassidy<br />

$65 Gift Certificate, Copper Crown Co.: Chloe Shingoose<br />

Boys Popcorn Draws:<br />

Paw Patrol, Lyle & BJ Goodkey: Cruz Newman<br />

Car Carrier/Cars, Max & Gayle McMillan: Cameron Botting<br />

Cat Equipment Set, Percy & Paulette Heer: Tomas Skocdopole<br />

Cat Dozer, Bill & Joyce Hansel: M Hoopfer<br />

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Creator Leggo, Carol Muhlbach: Erin Scheerschmidt<br />

Hot Wheels Set, John & BettyAnn Cassidy: Cruz Newman<br />

3 Ball Set, Percy & Paulette Heer: Jensen Rainville<br />

Girls Popcorn Draws:<br />

Paw Patrol, Lyle & BJ Goodkey: Emily McKay<br />

Paw Patrol, Lyle & BJ Goodkey: Rye Cassidy<br />

Play Doh Set, Dale & Corina Derr: Hannah Botting<br />

Sparkling Wind Art, Jimalne Walgenbach: Gail Benjamin<br />

Frozen Game/Barbie, Jimaine Walgenbach: Mason Jacobson<br />

Girls on the Go Doll, Bill & Joyce Hansel: Audrey LaRose<br />

Door Prizes:<br />

Christmas Serving Set, Rosalind LaRose: Melanie Gish<br />

Childrens Book Set, Joanne Hoopfer: Mattie Wenger<br />

Guessing Game:<br />

Quilt, Elpha Hoopfer: Dariel Sroka<br />

50/50: Wayne Glasier<br />

Main Raffle:<br />

$500, Omega Circle: Bev Stadelmann<br />

$200 Gift Card (Grate), The Charlie McKay Family: Bob Bramfield<br />

$100 Gift Card (Home Hardware),<br />

Harold & Deborah Hansel: Barb Carey<br />

$100 Gift Card (Boston Pizza),<br />

Carol Muhlbach & Wayne Rushton: Tracy Rowland<br />

$100 Gift Card (Stettler Bucks), The Starling Girls: Amy Kobi<br />

$75 Gift Card (Shoe Closet), The Lloyd Hansel Family: Evelyn Miller


<strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB November <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> <strong>11</strong><br />

<br />

OBITUARY<br />

Active politically, working to benefit western Canadians<br />

C.F. (Lyn) Holloway, 78, of Fleet,<br />

Alta. went home to his Saviour on Nov.<br />

<strong>11</strong> in Calgary.<br />

The Memorial Service will be held at<br />

the Fleet Hall on Fri. Dec. 1 at 1 p.m.<br />

with Pastor Scott Holloway officiating.<br />

A family graveside service will be held<br />

at the Markham Cemetery.<br />

Lyn was born in Castor, Alta. as the<br />

oldest child to Dave and Nancy<br />

Holloway on Oct. 13, 1945. He met and<br />

married Pat Neilson in 1969. They<br />

spent most of their 54 years together in<br />

PUZZLE NO. 196<br />

Copyright © <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong>,<br />

Penny Press<br />

their home north of Fleet.<br />

While Lyn longed to farm, he<br />

became a journeyman carpenter, operating<br />

his own business (C.F. Holloway<br />

Construction) in the Castor area for<br />

over 35 years and apprenticing more<br />

than eight men, including his son<br />

Scott, in his chosen trade.<br />

Lyn and Pat were an integral part of<br />

the Biblical Baptist Church of Fleet<br />

and again with the Grace Fellowship<br />

Baptist Church in Stettler, Alta. until<br />

their closures.<br />

Lyn also served in various roles in<br />

over 20 years with the Royal Canadian<br />

Legion, Branch #<strong>11</strong>9.<br />

Lyn and Pat were also<br />

active politically in various<br />

roles with several political<br />

parties, working to benefit<br />

western Canadians.<br />

Lyn will be deeply missed<br />

by his wife Pat and his<br />

three sons and two daughters-in-law:<br />

Kirk (Darlene)<br />

of Calgary, Alta., Preston of<br />

Edmonton, Alta/Madison,<br />

Sask; and Scott (Meleah) of Holloway<br />

Kindersley, Sask.; his nine<br />

grandchildren: Elyssia, Garrison,<br />

Caleb, Kiersten, Adelaide, Samuel,<br />

Lillian, Joseph and Zachary.<br />

He is also survived by siblings: Ray<br />

Holloway, Don (Cheryl) Holloway, Phil<br />

(Connie) Holloway, Les (Karen)<br />

Holloway, Nelson (Christine) Holloway<br />

and Beth Holloway; as well as<br />

numerous other relatives and many<br />

dear friends.<br />

Lyn was predeceased by his<br />

parents Dave and Nancy<br />

Holloway and sister Sheila<br />

Holloway.<br />

A Celebration of Life will be<br />

held on Friday, Dec. 1, <strong>20<strong>23</strong></strong> at 1<br />

p.m. at the Fleet Community<br />

Hall, Fleet, Alta.<br />

Memorial donations may be<br />

made to the Fleet Community<br />

Association, Box 34, Castor,<br />

Alta., T0C 0X0 or to a charity<br />

of your choice.<br />

Friends and family may leave condolences<br />

for Lyn’s family by visiting<br />

wwwparkviewfuneralchapels.com.<br />

Parkview Funeral Chapel was<br />

entrusted with the care and funeral<br />

arrangements. For further information<br />

please call 403-882-3141.<br />

CROSSWORD<br />

PUZZLE<br />

ANSWERS<br />

USE AMERICAN<br />

SPELLING<br />

ACROSS<br />

1. Complains<br />

6. Hog’s<br />

dwelling<br />

9. That dude<br />

12. Another time<br />

13. Foot part<br />

14. Keats work<br />

15. Small drum<br />

16. Glossy paints<br />

18. Prevents<br />

20. Vicinity<br />

21. Recede, as the tide<br />

24. Lacy mat<br />

26. Perches<br />

29. More slack<br />

33. Gather and organize<br />

34. Establish as true<br />

35. Bends down<br />

37. Attack<br />

38. Chirps<br />

40. Tissue layer<br />

41. Sensible<br />

44. Informal denial<br />

46. Washer setting<br />

48. Calculated sums<br />

53. Broadcast<br />

54. Had food<br />

55. Red cosmetic<br />

56. Little bit<br />

57. Door opener<br />

58. Windowsill<br />

DOWN<br />

1. Truck component<br />

2. In times past<br />

3. Hurried<br />

4. Young swine<br />

5. Stuck-up person<br />

6. Office worker, for short<br />

7. Throat part<br />

8. Team cheer<br />

9. Weeder<br />

10. Not moving<br />

<strong>11</strong>. Flat-topped formation<br />

17. Municipal officials<br />

19. Promotional spots<br />

21. Goofs up<br />

22. Skiff<br />

<strong>23</strong>. ____ tie<br />

25. Clips<br />

27. Inclines<br />

28. Kind<br />

30. TV serial<br />

31. Something wicked<br />

32. Bank (on)<br />

36. Legislative body<br />

37. Venomous snake<br />

39. Slammer<br />

41. Petty argument<br />

42. Elaborate melody<br />

43. Geek<br />

45. Nobleman<br />

47. Desk wood<br />

49. Buck’s companion<br />

50. Faulty item<br />

51. Breakfast item<br />

52. Letter after cee<br />

ANSWER TO PUZZLE NO. 196<br />

In Loving<br />

Memory of<br />

Johnnie<br />

Nelson<br />

Sept. 14, 1968 -<br />

Nov. 26, 2022<br />

Our lives are forever changed.<br />

The tears in our eyes<br />

we can wipe away,<br />

The ache in our hearts will<br />

always stay.<br />

Lovingly remembered,<br />

Mom and Dad<br />

Ronnie, Dina and family<br />

Debbie, Dave and family<br />

Thank<br />

You<br />

The family of<br />

Dale LaRose<br />

would like to thank<br />

everyone who sent<br />

flowers, made phone<br />

calls and their many acts of kindness at the<br />

passing of Dale LaRose. Thank you to Verna<br />

and Shannon and staff of Parkview Chapel<br />

for your caring and wonderful family service<br />

and to all who attended Dale’s service.<br />

Also, thank you to the Twisted Sisters for<br />

supplying a lovely lunch.<br />

Your kindness will always be remembered.<br />

- From the family of Dale LaRose<br />

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12 N ovember <strong>23</strong>'<strong>23</strong> HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. <strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW<br />

PAINTEARTH COUNCIL<br />

Council recommends consulting a lawyer<br />

Lane Koster<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

Chief Administrative Office (CAO)<br />

Michael Simpson and some councillors<br />

are aware personally of residents who<br />

have signed agreements with company<br />

agents visiting their property, without<br />

fully understanding what they were<br />

signing, only to discover later their<br />

land could be tied up for 10 years or<br />

more.<br />

Residents are encouraged to be cautious,<br />

and to not sign agreements that<br />

could tie up their land, until after they<br />

have consulted with a lawyer.<br />

Signage changes<br />

Council moved to add stop signs to<br />

Range Road 152 at both the north and<br />

south approaches to Township Road<br />

(TWP) 400, to enhance safety due to<br />

extra traffic resulting from work on<br />

the Halkirk 2 Wind Project.<br />

Local residents have complained<br />

that yield signs in the area are being<br />

ignored.<br />

Council does not want to see<br />

residents or workers harmed by the<br />

increased traffic.<br />

Council will also consider at the next<br />

council meeting whether other range<br />

roads in the area crossing TWP 400<br />

should have yield signs replaced with<br />

stop signs temporarily until the project<br />

is completed, to force traffic to a slower<br />

pace.<br />

Other business<br />

Council received a letter from the<br />

Town of Castor, informing Paintearth<br />

Council they were pulling out of the<br />

Paintearth Economic Partnership<br />

Society (PEPS).<br />

The reason given had to do with the<br />

town council concluding membership<br />

was irrelevant, as PEPS is focused on<br />

attracting new business, while Castor<br />

is mainly a residential town.<br />

Council discussed reroofing either a<br />

portion of the county administration<br />

building that needs it now and do the<br />

rest of the roof in about five years, or to<br />

re-roof the entire roof now.<br />

A decision was tabled pending further<br />

evaluation.<br />

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