Sylvan Lake residents will have to wait a little longer for
a potential dog access point to the lake.
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Officials say higher revenues and fewer expenses have
resulted in the Town of Sylvan Lake posting a budget surplus for 2018.
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The Town of Sylvan Lake continues to keep the ball rolling
on a huge recreation park project.
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Red Deer County has posted a $5.8 million surplus for 2018.
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Several years ago, Red Deer County began allowing garden
suites as a way to offer a place for additional family members to live
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Sylvan Lake Town Council approved minor changes to the
Town’s Snow and Ice Control with plans to hold a public engagement session.
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Town of Sylvan Lake’s vision for the waterfront will involve
negotiating a water lease with the province.
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Central Alberta home sales fell 10 per cent in February,
compared to the same month last year, while sales activity for the province as
a whole declined 8.6 per cent.
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Is there dog access to the lake? The question has been
raised on numerous occasions and Town Council is in the process of answering.
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Chinook Edge School Division says a new high school for
Sylvan Lake is one of their top three priorities for the 2020-2023 capital
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