Those lighting up to celebrate recreational cannabis legalization later this year will face a minimum fine of $200 if caught consuming in a public space.
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With two meetings under their belt, the tri-site advisory group is now preparing for an extensive public consultation on how Cochrane should utilize three public properties in the core downtown.
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There will be complaints and frustration expressed motorists, but in the end, Cochrane will have long overdue improvements to the 5th Ave. CPR crossing by mid-August.
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The town collected nearly $4 million in off-site levies and with the jump in fees finalized in late May even more funds will be funneled to the town for infrastructure projects.
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The Town of Cochrane has issued a building permit for a new car dealership next to the Ramada Cochrane on West Side Drive that will mean the end of Smitty’s Restaurant at that location.
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In a 4-3 vote, the future mixed-use community of Greystone received a narrow pass from council – who have opted to exert control over how the development will take shape at later stages.
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The highly contentious Jones Estate Land will be back before council for consideration at the Sept. 10 council meeting, beginning with a public hearing.
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For Caroline Barclay, Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park recently became a whole lot more significant.
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When town officials gathered yesterday to kick up a little dirt by the Spray Lake Sawmills Family Recreation Centre, it signaled the beginning of the end of two decades of discussion and at times heated legal confrontations over exactly how to bridge the gap between north and south Cochrane.
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Some Cochrane and District Ag Society members are pushing for members and
users of the facility to advocate for the county to stop the recreational lands from
a potential future sale.
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