2017 MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The 2017 municipal elections are rapidly approaching Nomination day is September 18, 2017 and nominations should be submitted to the Returning Officer on that date between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon. Election day is Monday October 16, 2017 The information and nomination packages are available from either the municipal office or via download below. Information sessions are also available for those who would like to understand more of the rigors and demands of becoming an elect...
Water Update - August 27
We received back the results of the recent water analysis that was undertaken. Algae and cyanobacteria were the cursers that were looked for within our raw water ponds and we are happy to report that there is no cyanobacteria bloom present which is good news. Everything showed within acceptable ranges and which leads us to believe that the odour is caused by naturally occurring bacteria called Actinomycetes. Actinomycetes are closely allied with microscopic plants and are one celled,...
Fortis planned outage Thursday Aug 24, 2017
Please be advised that due to a planned power outage Thursday August 24, to replace a power pole that was struck by a vehicle between the Municipal office and the Hotel today, the office will only be open until 10:00 a.m on Thursday, and Arctic Spas Recreation Complex will not be open at all, while crews carry out essential pole replacement work. Information we received from Fortis this afternoon, advised that other impacted businesses and homes would be advised directly by Fortis of the p...
Community Updates - August 16
Water: Further to last weeks update, we are still awaiting on the results from the raw water pond testing. The results from the tests will provide direction for focus on resolution to the taste and odour issues that have been experienced over the summer. Street Lights: Fortis will be commencing work at the end of this month in upgrading the street lights to LED. Water & Sewer replacement 47 Street: We are advised that following delays on other projects due to inclement weather,...
Water update - August 9, 2017
We appreciate the continued patience of residents while we continue to work on solutions. We are pleased to report some areas are indicating improvements, but others continue to experience the taste and odour issue albeit at lower levels. Our thanks go to our residents in assisting in identifying areas where changes are occurring, and we ask that continue to let us know of the changes you are experiencing. Water treatment is a complex operation and we must ensure that any steps we take...
Water Update for Residents
We appreciate the patience of the public while we continue to work on solutions, and we acknowledge the frustration in what appears to be a less than desirable speedy solution to the matter. Water treatment is a complex operation and we must ensure that any steps we take are approached logically and measured for result or impact for the problem to be resolved. If everything were to happen simultaneously, it would be difficult to clearly identify which of the actions taken produced the desire...
Water Taste Update
Our water technicians continue to liaise closely with Alberta Environment and Capital Health regarding the current taste and odour issues being experienced by residents. Our quality results continue to record well within required limits for compliance and they are not requesting any changes to protocols or processes, or requesting additional testing at this time. We continue to work on circulation of water in low flow areas and solutions to improve the taste and odour issues currentl...
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