If you are interested in running for town council, there is one position available.
Intention to run must be filed by September 19.
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Do you think a temporary curfew for minors will make a difference in reducing property crime? Will it assist police to do their job?
Donations collected at the old fashioned Community Potluck organized by town administration will benefit Slave Lake municipal staff.
In a letter of acknowledgment and thanks, the Town of Nanton accepted the funds on behalf of the Town of Slave Lake … Read the rest
Water, weather and staff shortages dominated this month’s reports and impacted the bottom line for town administration and support services alike.
Deputy Mayor, Sheila Beloin, chaired the July 25 council meeting. Mayor Leora MacKinnon, Councillor Grant Mott and Director of … Read the rest
Town Council is making great strides in water conservation, as all three readings of a new ‘Water Conservations By-law’ were passed at the June 27 meeting.
The new by-law pertains to conserving water outside of a resident’s home. … Read the rest
Cemetery committee members, Noreen Ness and Lynda Ekdahl, request was approved by Town Council, to construct a 29 by 20 foot cement pad and columbarium.
A columbarium is place for the respectful and public storage of urns. It’s … Read the rest
New Town, Chief Adminstrative Officer, Ken Gwozdz
Ken Gwozdz (pronounced Gush-t) drove by many times not realizing what lay beyond Highway 43. “I was quite surprised.”
The personable Chief Administrative Officer(CAO) took office three weeks ago and demonstrates a perceptible … Read the rest
The water tower is destined to become a work of art. Town council approved the … Read the rest