The plan was to spend six months in Canada, brushing up on her English while exploring a new culture and landscape.
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While the Chamber of Commerce is taking a break from their lunches for the summer their board will be working hard on a couple of projects.
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With the public hearing, regarding the Town of High River Cannabis Land Use Bylaws, wrapped up it is almost time to make it a reality.
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The High River Chamber of Commerce highlighted two successful young business at their last lunch and learn meeting on May 17th before taking their summer break.
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The town’s unaudited operating budget financial performance report, ending Dec. 31, 2017, was received by council during the April 9 meeting and a net surplus of $1,016,573, before amortization, was reported.
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The town is considering jumping its off-site levy fees by 27 per cent to help finance identified infrastructure projects.
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Second and third readings were unanimously approved by council during the April 23 meeting for the bylaw to borrow funds needed for the fibre optic infrastructure in town. The total borrowed amount is to not surpass $530,000.
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High River Mayor Craig Snodgrass is letting the provincial government know that enough is enough.
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A new collaborative performing arts venue called “The Venue” is coming to High River in the spring of 2019.
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More road work will start Thursday, May 10th as the Town will be hooking up homes to temporary water service installations on 6 Avenue S.E. east of 1st Street as part of the Town of High River’s ongoing infrastructure replacement program.
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