Cannabis Facility able to proceed with building permit after meeting conditions

Trochu Town Council held their regular meeting January 14, 2019.

Administrator’s Report

Pacific Seaboard Investments (Kannaba) can proceed with obtaining a building permit for their Cannabis Facility (application 2018-24), after meeting conditions on the development permit. This is for re-purposing of existing building of approximately 9000 sq.ft. They cannot yet proceed further on the 2018-23 permit as conditions have not yet been completed. This is the new building of approximately 25,0

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Council meets new Manager of Protective Services

Mayor Tim Shearlaw called the January 14, 2019 Town Council meeting to order promptly at 5:30 pm. and having gone through all on the agenda, called adjournment at 7:00 pm.

Ray Noble, the recently hired Manager of Protective Services was the only delegation for the evening. Mr. Noble gave Council a brief introduction as to his background and family. He then outlined some of his research and learning since assuming his position and then fielded a few questions from the Councillors.

There was one

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Kneehill County welcomes interim CAO Peter Tarnawsky

Peter Tarnawsky has been hired by Kneehill County as its interim Chief Administrative Officer to replace outgoing CAO Al Hoggan, Mr. Tarnawsky started mid-December 2018. Mr. Ternawsky took the helm of his first County Council meeting on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. His contract is for six months. He last worked as interim CAO for Cypress County for seven months from April 2018 to October 2018.

He lists his top skills as Policy, Leadership, and Strategy and was a finalist for the Aird and Berlis HR

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Kneehill County Council passes Master Rates Bylaw

BDO Canada Auditors, Alan Litster, Ryan Wachter and Mitchell Kennedy provided Kneehill County Council with a planning report for the audit strategy for the year ending Dec. 31, 2018.  It Included a timeline with final completion scheduled for the week of April 23, 2019.

A Subdivision Extension was approved for approximately 3.75 acres to be subdivided out of a 159-acre parcel on NW 9-34-24-W4. The applicants anticipate they will be able to meet the outspending conditions in spring/summer o

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