The Ridge condominium building is nearing its completion in Devon.
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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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Devon is now the home of a bake shop for delicious donuts.
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The Devon and District Chamber of Commerce July 11 meeting started with a brief update from Director of Community and Economic DevelopmentTom Koep on how the town is working to promote local businesses. The town will be working with local businesses and Alberta Transportation to address transportation and transit needs in and around town. A new visitor’s guide publication for the town of Devon will also soon be available.
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Council voted in favour of a first reading to Bylaw 901/2017, which permits a loan guarantee for a loan to the Devon Lions Club for the Riverbank Stabilization project.
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A presentation was delivered to council from Dennis Cuku with 100th Monkey Conscious Consulting and architect Vedran Skopac with Manasc Isaac, outlining a feasibility report for a new net zero town office building in Devon.
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The Connecting Devon project continues to be worked on after 18 months of planning.
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You may have noticed the Town of Devon’s sign in Lions Park recently referring to a bioengineering test plot. It’s time to talk about it.
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The Monday, May 15 meeting of Calmar town council included final approval for the new Recreation/Library Cost Share Agreement between the town and Leduc County.
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The Monday, May 8 meeting of Devon council included a request for a fence to put around the new Devon Community Garden.
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