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Author Archives: Brian
March 1st is Employee Appreciation Day and I would like to take a moment to thank all of the staff at the municipality for their hard work. We tend to get bogged down in the nitty gritty of daily activities … Continue reading
More positive news solidified this week when Devon finalized an agreement with the municipality to gift the ski hill lands to the community. This was another lengthy process that was undertaken between Devon and the municipality and I think that … Continue reading
Happy New Year! I am pleased to finally be able to talk about some extraordinary news that has been kept under wraps for several months. Press Release Issued by Riversdale Resources Ltd. That’s right – a new operation is planned … Continue reading
Municipal Press Release: http://town.crowsnestpass.ab.ca/component/docman/doc_download/1777-press-releasedec-412 The Honourable Doug Griffiths, Minister of Municipal Affairs, has indicated to Crowsnest Pass’s council and administration that his office will conduct an inspection in response to the recent petition. Minister Griffiths has made it clear that … Continue reading
It has been quite a while since I’ve written on my forum and I apologize for my online absence. It was a busy summer and, unlike most years, I did not have time to catch my breath in the fall. … Continue reading
It seems like Spring has finally joined us and I’m sure many of you are as elated by the change of season as I am. I have heard some anxiety in the community over what is described as a move … Continue reading
The news of the impending Devon plant closure broke on Tuesday. I didn’t have any real details until yesterday so I would like to share what I know. The Devon plant in Sentinel is over 50 years old and requires … Continue reading
Moving onto other important topics, this is one that I hoped would dominate the news this week, but it has largely been lost in the discussions around Thunder in the Valley. Last Tuesday night council approved an RFP (request for … Continue reading
Obviously there has been a great deal of public reaction to the news that Thunder in the Valley has been deferred for this year. I have spoken with a number of residents and responded to many emails on the subject. … Continue reading