St. Paul Town Council Highlights – June 11, 2018

Fire Services Exemplary Service Presentation Mayor Miller and Council presented Lyle Hovelkamp with a Fire Services 30 Year Service bar

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“…We got off fairly lightly,” – Regional Fire Chief on Supercell Storm

Image taken in Bonnyville, Dave Bush Park There are no reports of significant damage in the aftermath of the supercell

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St. Paul RCMP investigate Assault with a Weapon

On June 1, 2018, St Paul RCMP  were called to a residence in St Paul where an adult male had

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New FCSS facility in St. Paul celebrates grand opening

After nearly a year of planning and renovations, St. Paul Family and Community Support Services finally opened the doors of

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St. Paul RCMP and EADCRU charge male for vehicle theft

“The St. Paul RCMP will continue to collaborate with the Eastern Alberta Crime Reduction Unit to identify crime trends and target repeat offenders,” says

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St. Paul Town Council Highlights – May 28, 2018

Animal Shelter Renovation Funding Council ratified the decision made at their previous Committee of the Whole Meeting to provide $27,500

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St. Paul RCMP execute search warrant – recover stolen vehicles

Through our intelligence-led crime reduction strategy, the Alberta RCMP is committed to identifying crime trends that will help us target

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Town Council Promises $27,000 for Animal Shelter Renovations

The St. Paul Animal Shelter has been without a home since 2016 when the building was damaged by a large

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David Hanson addresses issues with care at Sunnyside Manor

MLA for Two Hills-St. Paul-Lac La Biche, David Hanson, took his time during the Legislature’s Members Statements to address some

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St. Paul Town Council Highlights – May 14, 2018

Proclamations Policy The town does not often receive requests for Proclamations, a statement declared by Mayor or Council in support

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