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Several community groups scheduled at Bonnyville town council

A series of delegations from community groups are expected for tonight’s Bonnyville town council meeting. Eight parties including organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, Primary Care Network, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and recreation groups like the Curling Club, Gear Grabbers, Bonnyville Pontiacs, Extreme Mudfest, and Riverland Trail Society are scheduled …

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Fibre optic coming to Elk Point

Fibre op is coming to Elk Point, starting with the town’s office. At Monday night’s town council meeting council voted to approve a five year contract with Telus. The decision was made following a presentation to council by Telus explaining the particulars of how the phone system would work and …

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St. Paul Town Council Highlights – March 25, 2017

57th Street Project 57 Street runs north to south beside Extra Foods and leads to the golf course, and it is in rough shape. Council believes that the street is in desperate need of attention, but isn’t sure how to address the finances to repair it. Initially, just over $1 …

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St. Paul Undecided on Empty Lot

There is an empty lot located just west of the People’s Museum Society. Currently, the lot is being rented by Zarowny Motors, and is used as a staff parking lot and occasionally as a parking area for service vehicles. Late last year, the Museum expressed interest in obtaining the lot for …

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St. Paul Town Council Highlights – January 14, 2017

Highlights from the St. Paul Town Council Meeting held on January 14, 2017 Trout Pond Aerator The St. Paul Fish and Game Association expressed concerns to Town Administration that the oxygen levels have dropped significantly at the Trout Pond (north of the Co-op and east of Reunion Station). Oxygen levels …

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St. Paul Town Council Highlights – December 10, 2018

CAP Arena Operating & Capital Expenses In 2017, St. Paul’s Recreation Department reached an agreement with the CAP Arena Committee. The agreement was that the Town would cover all operating costs in regard to the CAP. Meanwhile, the Committee would pay the capital costs. Prior to this arrangement, the Committee …

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St. Paul Residents Concerned About Golf Ball Damage

“This isn’t a safe place—a safe environment for anybody. No St. Paul taxpayer deserves this.” Laurie Yoneliunas and her neighbours live in a subdivision surrounded by the back nine of the St. Paul Golf Course. They have become accustomed to their houses and properties occasionally being peppered by stray golf …

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Lower Prices Coming to St. Paul Pool and Fitness Centre

It will be cheaper for St. Paul residents to use the swimming pool next year, including big changes for annual passes and monthly passes. At the Town council meeting on Nov. 13, council addressed changes and updates to fees associated with various Town facilities and services coming in 2019. The …

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