Local residents and business-owners spent valuable face-to-face time with their industrial neighbours at Life in the Heartland’s Community Information Evening on April 12 in Josephburg.
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Local condo owners are requesting Strathcona County council to consider eliminating the private hydrant inspection and maintenance fees from multi-tenant properties.
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It would seem the county’s perceived competitive edge is nothing but a dull sword.
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Highway engineers are starting work to finally pin down the location of a controversial northeast bridge over the North Saskatchewan River.
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The PC’s are calling design work for the Highway 15 bridge nothing but a campaign stunt by the NDP.
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Strathcona County residents will be driving smoothly on rural and urban roads, as part of the county’s newly-approved Transportation System Bylaw (TSB).
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The simple principles instilled by his parents to leave a place better than how you found it echoes in Ian MacGregor’s vision of the future for big industry.
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Strathcona County’s finances have placed the municipality in a healthy position.
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Last weekend’s Great Canadian Trade Fair and Sale, hosted by the Sherwood Park and District Chamber of Commerce at Millennium Place, was a success, seeing both an increase in attendees and exhibitors from last year’s event.
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Early planning is underway for a new bridge over the North Saskatchewan, connecting Highways 15 and 21.
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