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County road development sparks debate
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ENERGY Clause requires narrow roads leading to development be upgraded at developer cost
ENERGY
EDUCATION by Adrienne Tait Whole meeting on The road construction further discussion. among the council

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OilPatch IN ACTION! T h e C o u n t y r o a d September 9. The policy returned to the Some of the proposed members.
One such clause
see page 23-27 construction policy was C.O.W. meeting took table for discussions changes are minor in r e q u i r e s c o u n t y
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nature and required more
priorities for see pages 25-29 the main focus of the following the regular clauses the council has consistent wording. residents or businesses
student year... county's Committee of the council meeting. identified as requiring Others sparked debate r e q u e s t i n g a
development permit to
POLICE ensure that county roads At the Red Brick
see page 4 currently under six feet
wide leading to the
REGISTRATION RCMP ask proposed development
assistance be upgraded to current
minimum standards at
NIGHT BUSY! with Stop Sign the cost of the developer.
damage... Councillors Anthony
Giezen and Sandra
see page 7 Cherniawsky advocated
for separating the
development permits
RECYCLING f r o m t h e r o a d
construction clause and
further separating the
Grand requirements of a
Opening developer wishing to Local Emergency Response personnel took some time to enjoy the Sidewalk Jamboree by riding the carousel on Thursday evening.
of Hazardous develop or subdivide a See pictures and story on page 10. Photo Adrienne Tait
m u l t i - p a r c e l
Waste
see page 11 development from an
Collection... individual resident
wishing to develop.
see page 22 A 45 minute debate School Division part of a learner-centered pilot program for grades 7 to 9
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ensued as councillors
discussed possible ways Jamboree
COMMENT to keep the policies fair Colouring
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Restricting
financial implications of
youth’s various changes to the
reading policy.
Councillor Dawn
access... Mitchell said one of her
concerns was increased
see page 6 spending on county
roads would also mean a
decrease in financial
REAL ESTATE support in other areas
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and agents in our area.
where development was
Like Levi McPhee (6) riding Roja, a six year old mare, accompanied by mom Brandy at the fourth annual Edson Equine supposed to occur but continued page 3
and Agricultural Fair held on September 6 and 7 at the Ag grounds -see story page 24. Photo Deanna Mitchener
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