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780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember
Bannister GM general manager Jamie Gilham (middle) presents Edson Citizens on Patrol vice 780.542.0898
president Kevin Zahara (left) and president Mary Cliff (right) with a cheque of $1200. The cheque
represents the annual contribution that Bannister GM makes to Edson Citizens on Patrol. Bannister
GM is currently a donation location for school supplies for local students. The goal is to fill the back
of a truck before the start of the school year. They will be delivered to local schools to help families
and students who may not be able to afford school supplies.
Advertisement benches to be P INSTALLATIONS P

removed pending agreement * Furnaces Replacement
* Furnaces/Air Conditioners

by Adrienne Tait look at the highway? They could place benches * Residential Heating Packages
* Electronic Air Cleaners
facing the park and still advertise on the back.” * Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
Following the town council meeting on July Councillor Gomuwka said he had no objection
19, at which Troy Sorensen of Alpine Exposure to the benches but admitted maintenance and * Sheet Metal Work
presented to council regarding the advertising placement had been an ongoing concern, “I FREE ESTIMATES
benches throughout town, town administration know at least twice we have gone to Mr.
met with Mr. Sorensen to discuss their concerns. Sorensen and asked them to be maintained or Email:
Director of community services, Jim torn down. Going to a RFP process allows him
Desautels, presented to council regarding the to come up with a better plan than currently
results of that meeting and recommended exists.” 4640 3 Avenue Phone: (780) 723-3553
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entering into a request for proposal (RFP) Council passed the motion to move to the RFP Authorized Dealer
process for the purposes of obtaining a process, until such time as a new agreement is
proprietor for the advertising benches program reached the current benches are to be removed
in town. by the end of September.
Councillor Brian Boyce was opposed to Yellowhead
moving towards an RFP process and said, “I feel
this is bad timing. This should have been EDSON DRY CLEANERS
handled two years ago. This is the worst Synergy Group
possible time to be beating up on local * Furnaces Replacement
* Furnaces/Air Conditioners
businesses.” Boyce also said he did not see that EMPLOYMENTOYMENT Meeting
* Residential Heating Packages
there had been much negotiation. * Electronic Air Cleaners
Desautels provided a sample contract and map * Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
which Sorensen had felt would be suitable for * Sheet Metal Work
his business. Looking for a
“It was more along the lines of the status quo. Thursday, Sept. 8th, 2016
We are still very far apart in terms of full time driver 7:00pm – 9:00pm
functionality and aesthetics,” said Desautels, for load pick-up Edson Recreation Complex
“The RFP process does not preclude Mr. Presentation:
Sorensen from submitting a proposal.” and delivery.
Councillor Trevor Bevan said, “I believe we Current Issues Facing the
dropped the ball as well as he [Sorensen] did. Drop off resume at 108 - 50 St. Oil & Gas Industry in Alberta
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don't let it go for two years.” or Industry & Community Members are
Bevan called many of the benches “an eye- Email: Welcome to Attend
sore” and believed there was opportunity to For more information call Carol 403-396-6700
make them functional and still advertise. “The
benches in Centennial park, who wants to sit and

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