Final building permit figures for 2019 should be considered
on par with the previous two years, local planning officials say, arguing that
a large drop in values doesn’t reflect the actual level of construction
activity in the city.
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A complex arm’s-length relationship between two companies
with major projects in Medicine Hat has been simplified.
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Grade 9 math students don’t normally have the opportunity to
get into building design.
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More light could be shed next month on how city, town and
county governments could work together on sharing services, cutting costs and,
potentially, sharing revenue on joint projects.
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For Medicine Hatters, talk of helium exploration is, well,
old hat, but the subject was infused with new life early on this year by a
review of activity in the sector in the national media.
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Seven lots in a southwest subdivision will be hooked up to
the city’s water system after council passed a local improvement tax on Monday
to pay for the project.
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An effort to build trash-to-diesel refineries in southern
Alberta has reached the East Coast.
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An effort by municipalities to create a network of electric
vehicle charging stations in southern Alberta reached Medicine Hat on
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A plan to erect 10 billboards on two sides of a former grain
elevator in central Medicine Hat was approved by the planning commission on
Wednesday afternoon with planners and commission members stating that it’s a
sign of modern times.
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A proposal to erect eight 20-foot-tall billboards on a former
grain elevator near the Allowance Avenue overpass will go before the municipal
planning commission today in Medicine Hat.
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