Land use regulations for townhouses, sheds and rowhousing will all come up for discussion Monday at the first city council meeting of 2018.
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Of all the issues St. Albert Coun. Ray Watkins hopes to tackle in 2018, each comes back to strategic planning.
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A shortage of row houses and duplexes in St. Albert may be why overall housing sales dropped in the city in 2017.
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Two St. Albert entrepreneurs are hoping Sturgeon County will support their bid to build what’s likely the county’s first commercial distribution facility for medicinal cannabis.
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The St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors welcomes a new chair to kick off the new year. Jodie McFadzen will officially take over the role during the Chair’s Luncheon on Jan. 10.
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Property renters are catching a break in Fort Saskatchewan.
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Coming into 2018, the question St. Albert Coun. Ken MacKay is asking himself is: how the city can balance its social funding needs as well as fix the funding deficit in the 10-year capital plan?
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According to the city’s annual policing report, St. Albert had the lowest crime severity index in Alberta in 2016.
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St. Albert continues to pay off its debt at a steady pace, dropping from $45.5 million to $41.6 million in 2016.
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2017 brought a tumultuous end to a bitterly divided St. Albert city council and heralded a new beginning with October’s municipal election.
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