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Property values down, taxes up in St. Paul

While the assessed value of properties in the Town of St. Paul has dropped by $22 million since 2020, an increase to the mill rate means many property owners will see their tax bill stay the same or increase in 2021. The mill rates are set each year by the …

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Municipalities make plans for spring clean up initiatives

Fees charged at County of St. Paul transfer stations for the removal of freon from old appliances will be waived during May as part of the annual spring cleanup initiative. Normally there is a $20 fee for freon removal. Freon is a gas commonly used in refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners …

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Province dumps $24K in DNA analysis costs on St. Paul

While the interim budget was balanced, the final budget for the Town of St. Paul in 2021 will need to look a little different in order to accommodate $24,000 of unexpected policing costs. According to a letter from Alberta Justice dated Feb. 25, the Government of Alberta is implementing “a …

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Stray cats more active with spring weather

Three cats have been brought in in three days to the St. Paul Animal Shelter as a result of Town of St. Paul residents trapping stray animals. According to shelter manager Erin Smereka, the shelter is partnering with Municipal Enforcement to care for animals who are found at large within …

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KERR: Golf course logo spills the ‘t’

Author’s note: The error this editorial was written about WAS caught before publication and before the logo was finalized. I would like to offer my sincere apology for not double checking that, and commend the Town of St. Paul for their choice of logo for the St. Paul Golf Course. …

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Town of St. Paul searching for new CAO

The Town of St. Paul is opening their search for a new Chief Administrative Officer after current CAO Kim Heyman announced her plans to retire at the end of August earlier this year. Heyman has been the CAO for the Town of St. Paul for three years, bringing grace and …

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