DOG LICENSES PROPOSED TO MOVE TO LIFETIME
Council provided first reading to Bylaw 2018-11 at the Regular Meeting of Council November 27, which would see the introduction of lifetime licensing for dogs. This is great news for dog owners who could see savings over the lifetime of an average dog of between $360 - $600 based on current rates. The good news is slightly offset with proposed fee increases to $60 for neutered/spayed dogs and $100 for non-neutered/non-spayed dogs, but as a onetime fee, overall, it’s still a good deal. Adm...
Have your say - Bighorn Survey
The Government of Alberta is consulting Albertans on Bighorn Country, an exciting proposal for a mix of parks and public lands that would conserve important and unique natural landscapes while encouraging economic, recreation and tourism opportunities. They are currently surveying Albertans for their input on the Bighorn Country proposal, and invite you to share your views by completing their online survey. http://talkaep.alberta.ca Where is Bighorn Country? Bighorn Country inclu...
Christmas in the Village
Thorsby & District Chamber of Commerce proudly presents its 25th Annual Customer Appreciation Night Friday, December 7, 2018 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE Lots of old favourites, plus lots more for this special celebratory event. Come out and join the fun!
ADVERTIZING BYLAW 2018-05
As part of recent changes to the Municipal Government Act s.216.1 (1) requiring that municipalities adopt a public participation policy, the modifications to the Municipal Government Act also recognize that electronic communication is widespread in todays society and allows for notification of statutory notices by electronic means. Bylaw 2018-08 provides for the additional methods of communication/notice to Thorsby residents via electronic means. However, it is not the intent of Council t...
COMMUNITY STANDARDS BYLAW AMENDMENT
Community Standards Bylaw #2016-18 section 2.7.4 prohibits the deposit of commercial flyers/private flyers, advertisements on power poles, light standards, municipal trees, benches, flower containers, garbage cans, sign posts, or other municipal, provincial or federal properties. While the intent of the bylaw is to limit visual nuisance and unsightly/unmaintained advertisements throughout the community, it also restricts the ability to allow community appropriate material to be displayed. ...
Rec Complex Playground Grand Opening
The weather cooperated fabulously last night and hog dogs abounded, for the grand opening of the new playground at the Arctic Spas Recreation Complex. Sherri Morrisey and her team at Community Fit (CFL), did a fantastic job for the community spearheading the necessary fundraising in a year to get the community a new playground. CFL raised a good chunk of the funds through various events they organized and along with supporting local sponsorship (various levels: Gold, Silver and Bronze...
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