Last month a successful meeting at the Alberta Legislature took place to discuss the future of green energy in the province.
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An extensive presentation was given to council by the Bridging Consulting Group with their findings and recommendations for a Devon transit system.
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Council unanimously approved funding for the first phase of the Voyageur Park upgrades project Monday evening. The project includes changes to the boat launch parking lot and the construction of new trails in the Battery Creek Area.
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Members of council voted unanimously to move forward with Axia fibre optics following a presentation by Axia to council on Aug. 21 proposing that Axia bring their internet provider services to Calmar.
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An industry is being born around Edmonton that will, ever so slightly, offset the decline of Alberta’s oil, natural gas and coal sectors.
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As the 2017 Municipal Elections approach this fall, the currently serving Town of Devon councillors prepare to campaign once again. The Devon Dispatch reached out to current council members to ask if they intend to run for re-election and what influenced their decision to serve on council.
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Council viewed a presentation by Axia proposing bringing their fibre internet services to Calmar.
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The Ridge condominium building is nearing its completion in Devon.
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Following Monday night’s council meeting on Aug. 14, the Connecting Devon Municipal Development and Area Structure Plans have been approved by council.
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Director of Operations Ed Melesko asked council to approve a reallocation of the funds used for the Highway 39 lateral upgrades. The upgrade project’s final costs totaled only approximately $95,000 of the $200,000 allocated, a savings of around $104,000 for the town’s infrastructure reserve.
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