A Monday night delegation proved that a presentation to town council can prompt change.
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Council voted 6-1 in favour of deferring the applicant’s first reading for a land-use amendment to the future south community of Southbow Landing.
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Growing 4.5% since the 2016 census, Cochrane’s population now sits at 26,320, according to the 2017 census results.
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Town council has passed an updated version of the town’s Ten Year Capital Financial Strategy, which outlines the major projects council intends to pursue over the next decade so that they can be planned for well in advance.
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While the Cochrane Legion still has a way to go in order to fully fund the first phase of their revitalization project for Legion Memorial Park, work is well underway on the bronze statue of a First World War soldier and initial renders have been produced on what the park will look like.
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It’s been six long years since Marcia Johnston first became involved with the 4.15-acre site of undeveloped GlenEagles lands known as the ‘Jones Estate.’
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Town administration will be seeking public input into the draft design of the future dog park until June 1.
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Community members have an opportunity to get reacquainted with Southbow Landing later today.
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With only about five months left in this council’s term, Chief Administrative Officer Julian deCocq provided council with an update on the status of the projects outlined as priorities for them over the years.
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The Town of Cochrane will soon be unveiling Cochrane currency.
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