Following the approval of the new Edmonton Metropolitan Region Growth Plan, the Town of Devon was asked to prepare regional context statements which would outline the municipality’s transition strategy as well as the town’s Municipal Development Plan.
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As the year winds to a close, residents of Devon can look back on a year of positive growth and development for the town.
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Town council met with members of the Devon Days Exhibition Association at the regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 11.
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At the regular council meeting on Monday night, representatives from Alberta Transportation spoke with council regarding the status of the Highway 19 twinning project.
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After two days of deliberations, the Town of Devon council is considering a municipal tax increase of 1.59 per cent for 2018.
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Council passed a motion to approve the 2018 utilities budget for the town at the Monday night meeting on Nov. 27.
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The Devon council meeting on Monday night started with a presentation by MDB Insight on the proposed Economic Development Action Plan.
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The Devon Chamber of Commerce received a brief update from Tony Kulbisky, Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Devon. Kulbisky briefly outlined the new mayor and town council’s top five priorities following their latest meeting.
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On Oct. 16 Ray Ralph was elected Devon’s newest mayor.
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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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