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Friday , 25 September 2020

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More options needed for vagrancy response in St. Paul

St. Paul RCMP Staff Sgt. David Graham responded to concerns about crime in a discussion with Town of St. Paul council at the committee of the whole meeting Sept. 17. Topics included RCMP awareness of security cameras around town, and the challenges presented by social issues such as homelessness. Coun. …

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Community Awareness Night in St. Paul is a go

Just under thirty not-for-profit and community groups will be attending Community Awareness Night according to Town of St. Paul FCSS director Lynn Smid. She said it’s likely to be a lot of the same groups who have traditionally attended the long standing event in previous years. “What we’re telling groups …

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No drones allowed: Town of St. Paul council briefs

Complaints about drone use at Lagasse Park Municipal enforcement received a number of complaints about drone use at Lagasse Park last month according to an information briefing to town council written by Director of Protective Services Trevor Kotowich. In a follow-up e-mail after the meeting, Kotowich clarified the specific concern, …

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Chickens, in-law suites, on St. Paul ‘hot topics’ survey

Chickens is on the agenda of a new survey from the Town of St. Paul. The three question survey of ‘hot topics’ was prepared by municipal staff to focus discussion for an upcoming telephone town hall meeting about the Town’s land use bylaw. The survey draft presented to and approved …

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30% of taxes overdue in St. Paul, penalties start Oct. 1

Town council gets update on tax collection. Normally the Town of St. Paul would have 95 to 96 per cent of taxes collected by this point in the year–but 2020 has been anything but normal. In response to the widespread layoffs and economic hardship experienced as a result of COVID-19, …

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Bonnyville, St. Paul considered for continuing care funds

Alberta Health Services is seeking proposals from new and existing continuing care facilities to add publicly funded spaces, with Bonnyville, St. Paul, and Vermilion among 31 communities being considered for the funds. According to a press release from the provincial government, AHS is looking to expand continuing care spaces without additional investment, …

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Town of St. Paul lays off dozen employees amidst COVID-19

The St. Paul pool. The Town of St. Paul has laid off a dozen employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mayor Maureen Miller confirmed the layoffs on Wednesday come from the recreation side. “Unfortunately, I think we’re up to a dozen at this point,” she said. “We just had to lay …

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