High River’s Mayor admits he’s heard some of the questions around the slow progress being made in the new Spitzee Crossing development west and south of the Ag grounds.
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High River council’s voted to have the Mayor send a letter to the Alberta Government to have the removal of infrastructure in the Beachwood area included as part of the removal of the neighbourhood.
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The Town of High River wants some of the land back that the Province took over after the flood.
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In accordance with High River’s new Land Use Bylaw, a former policy regarding the development within flood fringe has been rescinded.
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After presenting to council, two High River residents will receive a reduction in their property taxes for the 2017 year.
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Phase one of the Lineham Canal Bridge replacement construction has begun and will continue until early December.
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Now that the so called “S Curve” berm is dead, the Town of High River and the Province are turning their sights on the “Hockey Stick” alignment that runs parallel to Centre Street south of the roundabout.
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A large number of Calgary Homeowners have been coming forward recently with stories of nightmarishly high water bills, with no recourse but to pay them.
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High River is in really good shape financially.
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High River has started exploring the idea of annexing another 16 properties in the northeast between 112 Street and Highway 2 and south of 498 Avenue.
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