The Capital Region Board will be reduced from 24 members to 13, a drop of 11 municipalities in the Capital Region. Additionally, the Board heard Thursday at its regular meeting that some form of regional service delivery and regional economic development will be added to its mandate in 2017. […]
The 24-municipality Capital Region Board approved new density targets Thursday it says will support the compact growth required as the Edmonton Metropolitan Region doubles in population in the next 30 years. […]
The Capital Region Board (CRB) table will be a “jumping off point” for the development of a new regional economic development entity.
At the CRB’s Mar. 10 meeting, the Board of 24 municipalities in the Capital Region decided against having the Board oversee economic development in the region itself. Instead, the Board opted to “direct administration to facilitate a first meeting of interested parties.” […]
by Morinville News Staff
Edmonton – Beaumont Mayor Camille Berube was elected to a two-year term as Chair of the Capital Region Board’s (CRB) Governance, Priorities and Finance Committee Monday in a secret ballot at the Committee’s inaugural meeting Monday. Councillor Phyllis Kobasiuk of Parkland County was elected as Vice Chair at the same meeting. The CRB represents 24 municipalities in Alberta’s Capital Region, including Morinville and Sturgeon County… […]
By Stephen Dafoe
Morinville – Although the infrastructure beneath its streets positions Morinville to provide water and sewer for a population of 30,000, a document worked on by the Town’s Planning and Development Department seeks to position the community to handle double its current population of approximately 8,500 residents.
Morinville’s Municipal Development Plan (MDP) was recently approved by the Capital Region Board (CRB), a government-sanctioned body of 25 municipalities in and around Edmonton that work on long-term planning for the region… […]
By Greg Hofmann
The Town of Morinville’s Municipal Development Plan (MDP) is one step closer to being adopted by Town Council! On August 8th, 2012, the draft Municipal Development Plan received approval at the CRB level now enabling Town Council to move forward with the MDP approval process locally… […]