The City of Lethbridge has a new four-year operating budget.
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The Town of Coaldale is excitedly anticipating the major renovation, expansion and modernization of its existing fire hall in the new year, following the recent 2019-21 Operating and Capital Budget.
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While property taxes may not be seeing much of an increase in the next few years, electrical costs, waste disposal fees and business licences will all be going up as of Jan. 1.
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At Lethbridge City Council’s last session of the year,
councillors approved the proposed 2019-2022 operating budget on Monday.
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For many drivers, there was a learning curve.
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Property owners who are not already enrolled in the City’s convenient monthly Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP) can still receive a discount on their total 2019 property tax bill by paying some or all of their taxes early.
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Lethbridge is in good shape, fiscally as well as physically.
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The gigantic crane is gone and all the pre-cast concrete blocks are in place.
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Piikani Nation members have rejected plans for a commercial strip along Highway 3.
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In a case which could have implications for the provincial government’s ambitious targets for renewable energy generation, the Municipal Planning Commission for the MD of Pincher Creek, which has one of the largest densities of wind farms in southern Alberta, rejected the proposed Windy Point Wind Project earlier this month after about 80 local landowners said enough was enough.
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