Public Notices

Cannabis Public Consumption Survey

The Town of Coalhurst Council will be writing a Cannabis Public Consumption Bylaw and would like to have input from the residents on their thoughts and concerns regarding this important issue. Please take a few minutes of your time to fill out this survey to help Council be attentive to the needs of the community as a whole.  The following link will take you to the on-line survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CoalhurstCannabisSurvey

The survey will be on-line until the end of July. If you do not have access to a computer or other means of taking this on-line survey, the Town can provide you with a hard copy to fill out and hand in.

Once the information is gathered and Council has discussed the results, a “draft” Bylaw will be written and brought forward to Council for first reading. A Public Forum/Hearing may be arranged for residents to review the Bylaw and discuss any changes or amendments that may be needed.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Town Office at 403-381-3033.

Council appreciates your input.

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Cannabis Public Consumption Forum

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Council of the Town of Coalhurst are seeking input into the drafting of a Cannabis Public Consumption Bylaw.

Please plan to attend a Public Forum to provide your comments, suggestions or to ask questions.

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Coalhurst Community Centre
(Ron Coombes Room)
527 – 50 Avenue
7:00 p.m.

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New Traffic Control Signs

The Town of Coalhurst has now completed posting all new traffic control signs throughout the Town.  Please be advised that the speed limit of 30 km/h through playground zones are in effect from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and posted as such.

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Mailing of 2018 Assessment/Property Tax Notices

Important information! Click on link for details:

MAILING OF 2018 ASSESSMENT PROPERTY TAX NOTICES

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2018 Operating & Capital Budget Highlights

The following link shows the 2018 Operating and Capital Budget highlights:

2018 Operating Capital Budget Highlights for Newsletter and Website

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New Traffic Control Signs Are Up and in Effect

Be advised that the new traffic control signs at the Coalhurst High School and the Coalhurst Elementary School are now up and in effect.  These are playground zone signs and the hours are from 7:30 a.m. t0 9:00 p.m. which have been posted.

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Position Available – Municipal Emergency Management Agency

TOWN OF COALHURST
APPOINTMENTS TO COMMITTEES/BOARDS

The Council of the Town of Coalhurst invites applications from residents, and surrounding district individuals, interested in sitting on the following Committees/Boards:

1)         Disaster Social Services/Transportation Services Coordinator for the Municipal Emergency Management Agency

Please submit your application, in writing, to Town of Coalhurst, by June 22, 2018, via one of the below listed methods:

Mail to: Box 456
Coalhurst, Alberta   T0L 0V0
Fax: 403-381-2924
e-mail: main@coalhurst.ca
or, drop it off at the Town Office: 100 – 51 Avenue

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Road Ban Lifted

As of 4:30 p.m. on May 22, 2018, the road ban on the following roads has been lifted:

Twp Rd 9-2 from Hwy 25 to Rge Rd 22-3

Rge Rd 22-3 from Twp Rd 9-2 to 45 Ave in Town of Coalhurst

 

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Additional Amendment to the Traffic Bylaw

Schedule “H” is amended as follows:

– 30 km/h School Zone adjacent to the Coalhurst High School on 55th Avenue and 53rd Avenue has been changed to a “Playground Zone”

– 30 km/h Playground Zoned adjacent to Miners Memorial Park on 2nd Street has been changed to a “30 km/h zone”

Please watch for new signage.

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Street Sweeping

The street sweeper will return on Saturday, May 19, weather permitting, to do an overall inspection of the town and clean up some areas not done to their satisfaction. Removal of vehicles is most appreciated.

Street sweeping is now complete.  Thanks for your cooperation!

Due to a mechanical breakdown with the street sweeper, there will be a temporary halt in the street sweeping. It will resume in the next day or so once repairs are made.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Kevin Lewis
Director of Operations

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