FortisAlberta provided welcome news to Redwater Town Council at Monday’s (May 15) meeting.
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Slowly, but surely, the province’s plan to entice companies to build large petrochemical plants in Alberta is plodding ahead.
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Fort Saskatchewan’s housing starts, like the local economy, are doing a bit better than the provincial average.
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Construction of the Fort’s second fire hall could happen as soon as 2019.
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Bruderheim’s latest assessment value has mixed results for the town.
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Redwater Town Council passed their taxation bylaw at Tuesday’s (May 2) meeting.
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Redwater Town Council turned a small section of residential land to commercial at Tuesday’s (May 2) meeting.
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The county’s recently-approved Property Tax Rate Bylaw notes a further decrease to the municipal tax rate.
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For another year, the City of Fort Saskatchewan can pad its reserves with $5 million with a 2016 surplus.
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Local residents and business-owners spent valuable face-to-face time with their industrial neighbours at Life in the Heartland’s Community Information Evening on April 12 in Josephburg.
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