A few changes are coming to Sylvan Lake’s visitor pay parking program.
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The publicly contested water bylaw passed unanimously at the recent Council meeting and will go into effect right away.
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Sylvan Lake’s Town Council will implement the 2018 budget at it’s next council meeting on Dec. 8.
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The Mayor of Sylvan Lake is looking back fondly over the past twelve months, describing 2017 as an ‘awesome year’.
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A concern was brought to Council about a stretch or road in Lakeshore Drive, from Marina Bay to 60 Street. The concern raised by a resident was about lack of lighting and signage for a curve in the road.
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Council has once again voted against joining the Alberta Municipal Solar Program (AMSP). The option was brought before Council at the last regular meeting on Dec. 11.
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The Town has been investigating pedestrian crossings in Sylvan Lake, which have garnered concerns from the public. Along with the pedestrian crossing review, the Town is looking at making the Hwy 20 and Herder Drive intersection safer for motorists and pedestrians.
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Sylvan Lake is proposing a small-than-anticipated tax rate increase for 2018.
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Sylvan Lake released its proposed 2018-2020 budget the morning of Nov. 28. The draft budget is available for viewing online at the Town website, or a hard copy can be viewed in person at the Municipal Government Building or at the library.
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Sylvan Lake Town Council met for its regular meeting where they discussed snow removal, signage and utility billing.
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