A former town councillor when Cochrane was hardly more than a village is resurfacing to tackle traffic congestion as he vies for a seat on town council.
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It was a dunkin’ good time last weekend at the community celebration of the recently unveiled Jayman BUILT Aquatic Centre and Phillips Curling Centre at Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre (SLSFSC).
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The Town of Cochrane is hopeful its preliminary design for the future pedestrian railway crossing at Horsecreek Road will be ready to present to CP Rail in the next week or two.
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Marni Fedeyko announced yesterday morning that she is ready to embrace a career shift and vie for town council.
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A public hearing will be held on Sept. 25 so that the public can have their say on changing lands on the east side of River Heights Dr. heading into Riversong from Highway Commercial and Residential Urban Reserve to Service Commercial, a change council hopes will make it easier to attract businesses to serve Riversong.
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After two years of negotiations with land owners, the town now has the crucial land agreements in place for the road alignment for the new bridge across the Bow River.
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The Town of Cochrane is adding one acre to the size of the new police station to allow for adequate parking at a cost of $700,000.
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Following the announcement at Sept. 11’s council meeting that the deal for the James Walker Trail road alignment has been signed, council gave final land use approval for Southbow Landing and Precedence and Rivercrest closed its public hearing for phase one as the final piece for the Bow River bridge project fell into place.
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Mayor Ivan Brooker believes the current annexation discussions between the town and Rocky View County (RVC) shouldn’t be impacted by the two municipal bodies disagreements over the Glenbow Ranch Area Structure Plan (ASP).
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After a hiatus from municipal politics, Miles Chester is putting his name out for another term on council in order to get traffic back under control and bring back the kind of public engagement that was present when he was on council.
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