Lethbridge residents may notice helicopters along the river valley and excavation around the Highway 3 bridge over the next month, but it’s actually the machinery required to help strengthen the City’s electrical system.
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An ad hoc committee representing 10 large condo boards had an opportunity to make its pitch to city council requesting an exemption from the City of Lethbridge’s residential recycling program.
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The Town of Taber held three grand opening ceremonies on Saturday, showcasing new improvements and developments within the municipality after years in the making.
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City council voted unanimously during Tuesday’s council meeting to explore two projects with the hope that they will lead to more efficient and cost effective transit in the city going forward.
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Lethbridge’s home construction industry has recovered from its COVID tumble to rebound to at least pre-March levels, according to the latest BILD Alberta report released this week.
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Lethbridge City Council voted unanimously to give the Lethbridge and District Exhibition a $17.8-million guaranteed loan to complete work on its new event centre and agrifood hub, and also approved a grant of $25 million which will come from existing City funding sources.
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Some local condominium owners say they are being asked to pay too much for recycling by the City of Lethbridge.
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Real estate sales in Lethbridge enjoyed a bumper month in July as people took advantage of lower interest rates, and “pent-up” sales finally came through after being delayed due to COVID-19 earlier this year.
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As the flurry of provincial financial announcements have continued in southern Alberta, another commitment was made to the Taber Irrigation District on Thursday.
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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate sales are picking back up after a few slow months in the southern Alberta region.
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