Sturgeon County residents won’t see a tax hike next year,but they will see three more bylaw officers on patrol, county council has decided.
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St. Albert’s mayor is calling on her Edmonton counterpart to stop “pounding his fist on the table” and start the conversation about regional cost sharing.
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A real estate agent is bringing velociraptor-fast attention to a St. Albert home that has been on the market for nearly three months.
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St. Albert is facing a shortfall of capital dollars in 2020 to repair, maintain and replace the city’s existing infrastructure, but the city says it has a plan.
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Last Tuesday, members of St. Albert council debated budget motions and decided which projects they would fund in 2019.
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The city is back in the black, at least for now.
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While the rest of the region continues to slow down, the housing market in St. Albert remains strong.
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St. Albert’s population of preteens and early teens saw a huge bump over the past two years.
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Sturgeon County councillors have moved to put more bylaw boots on the ground in this year’s budget and might add even more later this month.
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Morinville council still needs to drain an ocean of red ink as it heads into the home stretch of its budget debate, since it’s swimming in a $777,000 deficit.
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