Posts for February, 2014

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OCT
25

Appt. of Mayor & Deputy Mayor

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Good Morning, At the Town of Hardisty Organizational Meeting held on Oct. 24th 2017 your newly elected Council appointed their Mayor for this term of Council. Congratulations to Doug Irving – who graciously accepted the appointment and Dean Lane who accepted his appointment as Deputy Mayor. We will soon have new photos up on our website of the elected officials along with a listing of their appointed committees that they will be serving on in conjunction to their Council duties. More...
OCT
17

The Unofficial 2017 Municipal Election Results for the Town of Hardisty

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 The Unofficial 2017 Municipal Election Results for the Town of Hardisty 183 Votes Cast 2 Spolied Votes WURZ – 148 IRVING – 142 GAETZMAN – 140 BERINGER – 119 LANE – 115 LEFEBVRE – 90
OCT
12
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Fire Prevention Week 2017: “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

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Fire Prevention week runs from October 8th – 14th. Chief Baumgartner & his crew want you to take the time to review your home evacuation plan in the event of a fire. Check your smoke detectors & fire extinguishers for proper operation. These two items can save your life in the event of a fire. Sandy Otto, CAO
OCT
12
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Regional Governance Model Progressing

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Regional Governance Model Progressing -Region residents to be asked to provide feedback when details completed- October 6, 2017 – For Immediate Release Progress is being made on developing the details of what a single-tier regional municipality would look like. Results are anticipated to be presented for public feedback in Spring, 2018. “Regional governance is a complex and emotional subject, and we know that the top of mind question you have is: how would this be better... More...
AUG
08

Tarring on Main Street

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Hello everyone, Public Works staff are currently hard at work tarring Main Street, repairing wear and tear. They are doing the west side of the street today, Tuesday, Aug.8. The other side is scheduled to be done later this week or early next week. The side currently being mended is barricaded; please respect these barricades to protect our public works staff, give time for our repair work to set, and avoid getting tar on your vehicles. We appreciate your cooperation. More...
AUG
01
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Coffee & Donuts with MP Sorenson

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The Honourable Kevin Sorenson, Member of Parliament, invites you to come join him for coffee, donuts, and discussion. Bring your questions and comments about everything from the federal budget to crime to agriculture to the economy. August 11, 2017, 1-3 p.m. at the Hardisty Seniors' Centre.   More...
JUL
12
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Highway 13 access from 47 Street permanently closed

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Good Morning Residents, As part of the Highway 13 & 881 construction project undertaken by Alberta Transportation, Highway 13 access from 47 Street/Range Road 100A is now permanently closed. Residents and businesses will be required to use Highway 881 & 13 access for entry into Hardisty. Please be patient as a new access will be forthcoming in the days ahead. This will be the new 48 Street access onto Highway 13. Thank you, Sandy Otto CAO, Town of Hardisty More...
JUL
05

Road closures as Highway 13/881 construction begins on July 7

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Your days are numbered! Stantec has advised the Town of Hardisty that by Friday, July 7, the accesses at 47 Street and Range Road 100 onto Highway 13 will be removed. ALL traffic currently using this access will need to use Highway 881 and Highway 13 access until the new 48 Street road is built. The access currently used by Recon to provide them access onto Highway 13 will also be removed. Sandy Otto CAO, Town of Hardisty
JUN
23
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Toddlers Inn 2017-18 Registration

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JUN
22
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Enbridge to start construction this summer on Line 3 replacement pipeline

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Construction will start this summer on Enbridge's 1,700-kilometre Line 3 replacement pipeline, the largest project the company has ever undertaken. Several pipeline projects have been proposed to pass through the Prairies, though this will be the first to proceed. The $7.5-billion Line 3 replacement from Hardisty, Alta., to Superior, Wis., was approved by Justin Trudeau's Liberal government last fall, at the same time as the Trans Mountain expansion. Equipment is already being assembled... More...