Council will be looking at a possible sidewalk replacement program whose costs would be shared 50-50 between the Town and property owners. It passed a motion moved by Councillor Rebecca Balanko asking the Administration to bring a report on the mechanics of a local improvement bylaw for the program to the November 10 Council. […]
There is good news and bad news for utilities consumers in Morinville. The good news is that the amount homeowners pay for garbage collection and recycling is going down. The bad news is that all other utilities costs, for water, sanitary sewers and storm water management, are going up. […]
Fort Air Partnership (FAP) has just launched a new Live Air Quality Data site. It features an interactive map that enables users to access hourly measurements in near real time from any of the local Airshed’s 10 continuous ambient air monitoring stations, as well as monthly results from its 16 passive monitors.
Morinville resident, WWII veteran and longtime commissionaire Don Murphy, who passed away June 3, 2020, was honoured Monday at Commissionaires Northern Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut Division headquarters in Edmonton. […]
New mandated measures for Edmonton and Calgary were put in place Monday after a weekend of increased COVID-19 cases and increased strain on hospitals. The weekend saw another 1440 cases in Alberta with 364 Friday, 572 Saturday, and 504 Sunday. Currently, there are 118 in hospital and 16 in intensive care. The weekend saw another seven deaths. […]