Two bylaws relating to local rates of taxation were passed at the April 10 regular meeting of the Sylvan Lake Town Council. Bylaw 1737, which proposes 2017 tax rates and Bylaw 1738, which proposes the supplementary tax for 2017, were both given first reading by Council.
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Sylvan Lake’s re-imagination of its lakefront continues.
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On April 10, Eckville held their regular council meeting. The meeting almost didn’t meet quorum for the first time during the 30 years that Mayor Helen Posti has been in office until Deputy Mayor Scott Kinley arrived in the nick of time.
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Red Deer County has some farmland up for grabs.
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The Town of Sylvan Lake introduced their new web site on March 29th – coinciding with the opening of the NexSource Centre.
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An informal boat launch in Norglenwold might be closed to vehicles.
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The Town Council of Eckville discussed the feasibility of including the new trend of tiny homes into the community’s building plans.
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SYLVAN LAKE — Out of the snow-crushed wreckage of the Sylvan Lake Arena a state-of-the-art recreational facility has risen.
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Red Deer County will begin licensing businesses.
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Alberta Environment and Parks have responded to the Town of Sylvan Lake’s request that Sylvan Lake Provincial Park be transferred to, and be under of the control of the municipality.
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