VILLAGE OF ACME
Box 299, Acme, AB T0M 0A0
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KNEEHILL COUNTY

Phone: 403-443-5541 Three Hills
Toll Free: 1-866-443-5541

Website: kneehillcounty.com

DECEMBER 2013
COUNCIL MEETING DATES

Tuesday, Dec. 17


NOTICE OF CHRISTMAS CLOSURE
Kneehill County Office and Operations will be closed from Tuesday, December 24 until Thursday, January 2, 2014.


DEVELOPMENT NOTICE
THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENT PERMITS, WHICH HAVE BEEN CONDITIONALLY APPROVED BY KNEEHILL COUNTY, ARE SUBJECT TO APPEAL BY THE PUBLIC. Please note, however, that developments listed as a "Permitted Use" may only be appealed if the development standards (e.g. setback distances) have been rela

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DECEMBER 2013
COUNCIL MEETING DATES

Tuesday, Dec. 17

 


NOTICE OF CHRISTMAS CLOSURE
Kneehill County Office and Operations will be closed from Tuesday, December 24 until Thursday, January 2, 2014.

 

 


DEVELOPMENT NOTICE
THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENT PERMITS, WHICH HAVE BEEN CONDITIONALLY APPROVED BY KNEEHILL COUNTY, ARE SUBJECT TO APPEAL BY THE PUBLIC. Please note, however, that developments listed as a "Permitted Use" may only be appealed if the development standards (e.g. setback distances) have been

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DECEMBER 2013
COUNCIL MEETING DATES

Tues., Dec. 3 and Tues., Dec. 17


DEVELOPMENT NOTICE
THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENT PERMITS, WHICH HAVE BEEN CONDITIONALLY APPROVED BY KNEEHILL COUNTY, ARE SUBJECT TO APPEAL BY THE PUBLIC. Please note, however, that developments listed as a "Permitted Use" may only be appealed if the development standards (e.g. setback distances) have been relaxed or varied, or if an affected person has determined that the Development Authority has misinterpreted the Land Use Bylaw.

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DECEMBER 2013
COUNCIL MEETING DATES

Tues., Dec. 3 and Tues., Dec. 17


DEVELOPMENT NOTICE
THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENT PERMITS, WHICH HAVE BEEN CONDITIONALLY APPROVED BY KNEEHILL COUNTY, ARE SUBJECT TO APPEAL BY THE PUBLIC. Please note, however, that developments listed as a "Permitted Use" may only be appealed if the development standards (e.g. setback distances) have been relaxed or varied, or if an affected person has determined that the Development Authority has misinterpreted the Land Use Bylaw.

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