Comments/Concerns from the Gallery (Public)
A question about getting more notice for when the Communities in Bloom judges arriving to do an evaluation was brought to Council. Council stated that they plan to have things better planned out for future … Read the rest
Fox Creek’s 50th Anniversary Book
Work has begun on Iosegun Reflections Volume II, the history book for Fox Creek. Linda Horyn and Mylene English spoke as a delegation with council at the May 25th meeting, requesting the town’s support with … Read the rest
Major future projects for Fox Creek were on the town council’s agenda on July 16.
March 23 and April 1, respectively
Resident Voices her Concern
Leslie-Ann Sharkey brought concerns she had to council at the March 23 meeting. The topics … Read the rest
Alberta Energy Regulators (AER) presented as a delegation at the March 23 Town Council meeting. Having come from meetings in Valleyview earlier that day, specialists for seismicity, water and compliance assurance attended to speak about the changes in each area. … Read the rest
Bylaw 736-2014: Business License
Bylaw 736-2014 was brought forward to make changes to the home occupation business licenses to encourage home businesses to register. Limited businesses will be staying at $125, while a proprietorship business (e.g. Scentsy, Tupperware, etc.) will … Read the rest
Sergeant Jeff McBeth stated during the Feb. 10 town council meeting that the RCMP is looking into investigational methods to deal with the high numbers of assaults and theft of motor vehicles.
In the month of January, the … Read the rest
Plan Area E, 112 acres, deemed industrial, was purchased by the Town of Fox Creek at the Jan. 27th town council meeting.
January 27th – Town Council meeting highlights
“We bought land!” said Mayor Jim Ahn.
Councillor Christopher … Read the rest
Sergeant Jeff McBeth, Fire Chief Les Paul and Bylaw Peace Officer Daniel Cress reports from the Jan.14 town council meeting.
Fox Creek’s RCMP Sergeant Jeff McBeth informed council on statistics compare from 2012 to 2011.
- Assaults 77 67
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- Lobsterfest is becoming an annual event. Minor Hockey board is hosting the second fundraiser on Aug. 25. file photo.
- The Town is helping the Chamber of Commerce July 1st fireworks display by a $5000 contribution from Grants to Groups.
Coffee with Council
Council chambers was the hub to discuss a number of questions and answers in the presence of Mayor Leora MacKinnon, Chief Administrative Officer Ken Gwozdz and Town Councillors: Sheila Beloin, Brenda Burridge, Jim Ahn and Mary Campbell. … Read the rest