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Archive: December 2014

Garbage & Recycling Holiday Hours/Closures

Monday, December 22, 2014

Langdon Garbage PickupIn Langdon, there will be no curbside garbage pickup on: Thursday, December 25 Thursday, January 1Instead, curbside pickups will be take place on: Saturday, December 27 Saturday, January 3Collection returns to normal on Thursday, January 8.Garbage & Recycling Read More...

County Continues Support of Chestermere Recreation Complex

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Rocky View County is assuring County and Chestermere residents that it remains committed to supporting area recreation opportunities, despite governance and operational challenges with the Chestermere Regional Recreation Complex.For almost a year, Rocky View County has been concerned with the Read More...

Conrich Plan Release Delayed

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Following its “good neighbour” principles, Rocky View County has voluntarily delayed the release of its draft Conrich Area Structure Plan following last-minute concerns from the Town of Chestermere, and ongoing transportation concerns from the City of Calgary.Conrich encompasses an area east of Read More...

Balzac Gas Plant Sulphur Base Pad Removal

Thursday, December 11, 2014

In an effort to maximize resource recovery, Nexen is continuing to pursue opportunities to market the remaining sulphur on the Balzac Gas Plant. Excavation, loading and hauling of the sulphur from the plant will take place periodically as buyers are identified. The project will continue until all Read More...

County Approves 2015 Base Budget

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Rocky View County Council has approved a base budget for 2015, which sets County operational spending at $109.78 million, and capital spending at $39.29 million.Slightly over $29 million will be funded by residential property taxes, with an additional $29 million from non-residential property taxes. Read More...

County to Revisit Recreation and Culture Master Plan

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Rocky View County will delay the release of its Recreation and Culture Master Plan after public consultation efforts identified $230 million worth of new demands, but few new sources of funding.A report by a consultant on the plan was presented to County Council’s Policy and Priorities Committee on Read More...

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