While council started 2019 with a light agenda that included
setting a non-statutory public hearing for the Sunset Ridge Stage Neighbourhood
Plan at the Jan. 28 meeting, Mayor Jeff Genung is looking to the year ahead as
an action year.
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Two months into his position as interim manager at Spray
Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre (SLSFSC) has made one standout clear to
Adrian Sakundiak – all challenges and growth pains aside, Cochrane has a
350,000-square-foot facility second to none.
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Town planning manager Riley Weldon says the major overhaul
of the land-use bylaw is on the verge of entering the research phase after
several months of review and engagement.
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The town is cautiously optimistic it will experience modest
growth in 2018, despite the financial downturn impacting the Calgary region
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Cochrane experienced a 37 per cent drop in the value of
building permits issued for 2018 largely because fewer new homes are being
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Despite lower sales and escalated inventory levels, Cochrane
housing prices rebounded slightly by year’s end to return to similar levels
experienced at the beginning of 2018, according to the Calgary Real Estate
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A local skatepark enthusiast is hoping to see an expansion
in the new year.
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Pendulums, dominos, perfect storms all come up when you talk
to Mayor Jeff Genung about what awaits Cochrane in 2019.
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Politicians serving the Town of Cochrane and the provincial
and federal riding areas reflect on this year and the coming one.
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Cochrane Lake and Monterra residents curious about future
development that will one day surround them, made their way to a developer-held
open house on Dec. 13 at Weedon Hall.
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