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Application approved for Donahoo School




by Adrienne Tait Strategic Priorities forward we will get to lighting standards within
CAO Jack Ramme presented the formal report our communities and then discuss 'fancier'
County council approved a request from the of the strategic priorities set by council at their lighting on our main streets.”
Heritage Advisory Board, during their council retreat. Road maintenance operations and road
meeting on January 24, that will see the Donahoo Included in the 2017 priority plan is the construction priorities for the 2017 work year
Blind View School one step closer to receiving the municipal Rosevear Ferry. The county has sent requests to will be mapped out and initiated in the coming
months. The construction work studies are
historic resource designation. The application
the province, seeking information as to the
Window Fashions was received by the Heritage board from the disposition of the ferry. CAO Ramme said they already underway.
Donahoo Community Association. had not received any formal answer from the Council has directed that a service capacity
The application put forth included interior and province but was told via phone call that the review be conducted to ensure council is
exterior photographs, a statement of significance, current provincial plan would be to remove the satisfied with the programs and results being
a description of the schools heritage value, and a ferry to a storage facility in Leduc in the next offered. The first review will be of the roadside
Custom Window Treatments statement of integrity. The statement of integrity month. It was suggested that council may wish brushing program and will commence in January.
since 1988 included details regarding location, design, Airport Lease Renewal
BILL MITCHELL to make it a historical site. Council approved a five year lease to Rotaiva
NEW TRUCK SALES environment, materials, workmanship, as well as Also identified in the strategic plan was a
NORTH past and present association. review of lighting options for hamlets within the Aircraft Services Ltd. at the County's
780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember TheYellowhead County Municipal Heritage county. Fortis will review the existing lighting Jasper/Hinton Airport for $400 per year. Rotaiva
780.542.0898 blindvw@gmail.com Management Plan, which the county approved in and prepare a proposal for council. CAO provides fueling services at the airport for local
Western Star Trucks (North) Ltd. March of 2016, put the framework in place to Ramme said, “It will take some time but moving and transitory aircraft.
26124 TWP Road 531A identify, designate, and thereby protect historic
resources in the county.
Acheson, AB T7X 5A1
blind view bmitchell@wsnorth.com impact to the county but could enable the
Approving the designation has no financial
www.wsnorth.com
Association to access provincial funding for
window Toll Free 1-800-252-7500 Cell: 780-984-2224 certain elements of the school's maintenance and
care.
A notice of intention to designate the property
Phone: 780-453-3452
fashions Summers Drilling will be sent to the current property owner with a
60 day waiting period after which time council
Summers Drilling
may pass a bylaw declaring the site a municipal
historic resource pursuant to the Historic
Water Well Drilling Resources Act.
Water Well Drilling
Dust Control
Dust control fees for Yellowhead County
residents will remain the same for 2017. The
January 23 Summers Drilling specializes in water well $200 per application rate was reviewed at the
A pr
A proud Alberta business, since 1917, oud Alberta business, since 1917,
January 17 Committee of the Whole meeting and
Summers Drilling specializes in water well
brought before council at Tuesday's regular
drilling and water well r
drilling and water well repairs. epairs.
February 13 council meeting.
Residents can sign up for two dust control
applications per year. One application in the
spring and the other in the fall.
Councillor David Russell said, “I am pleased
March 6, 27 that the numbers from administration show that
more families were able to take advantage of the
dust control policy last year. I hope that more
April 17 4405 50 street www 780-963-1282 will continue to do so at this price.” Police Presence Near Repsol Arena: Edson RCMP had an area on 10 Avenue and 48 th
780-963-1282
4405 50 street
www.summersdrilling.com.summersdrilling.com
Stony Plain, AB
Stony Plain, AB
th
May 8, 29 County to Street blocked to the public Jan. 19 while responding to a call for service that was believed to
involve a firearm. Police attended the area and resolved the incident peacefully. Nearby
schools were advised as a matter of standard procedure. No firearms were determined to be
June 19 purchase actively involved and there is no risk to the public.

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July 10, 31 property in PASSPORT PHOTOS



August 21 Edson & MORE




September 11 Yellowhead County has agreed to Digital passport system photos will be ready in 5 minutes
while you wait!

Passport•Citizenship•Rifle Arms Licence•
October 2, 23 purchase a 17 acre parcel (Plan Permanent Resident•
6692NY, Lot H) for $8.5 million. The
Photos & more
parcel, located adjacent to the County
facility in Edson, is a serviced land Ready in
November 13 base and includes over 50,000 sq.
feet of office and shop space.
The acquisition will position the 5 mins
December 4, 25 County favourably for its long-term DROP IN
future growth and potential
partnerships that will be required via
inter-municipal Collaboration AND SEE!
Framework Agreements which are
new provisions under the Municipal 5040 3rd Avenue, Edson
Government Act.
780-723-5787
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