Western heritage is a part of everyday life for residents of Calgary-area ranching communities
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Calgary-area rural communities offer residents a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city
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Council narrowly adopted the Neighbourhood Plan for Rivercrest on July 10 in a tie vote, as Coun. Jeff Toews was absent, that mostly came down to whether the slopes in the area were deemed to be an issue in the area or not.
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What is shaping up to be one of Cochrane’s largest developments moved one step closer to starting with council giving second reading to the Land Use Bylaw amendment that will provide land use designations for most of Southbow Landing.
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Having calculated the final numbers for off-site levies collected last year, the town’s Financial Services announced on July 10 that a total of $4,358,430 have been collected from developers for infrastructure projects.
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To develop or not to develop…that is the question.
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A provincial grant is being used to help local growth management board partners design an interim growth plan.
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Since Airdrie was no happier than Cochrane with the Airdrie/Cochrane riding proposed by the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission, the city has done an extensive review and forwarded a new option on to Cochrane for support that town council was happy to provide.
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As part of their Green Transit Incentives Program (TRIP), Alberta Transportation approved town council’s application to have the $6 million in provincial funding for a local and regional transit system to be used exclusively for local transit.
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Major changes in how Cochrane utilizes $6 million in GreenTRIP transit funding has received the thumbs up from the provincial government and the town will now be able to use the funding specifically to develop local transit.
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