Attention: Agricultural Producers in the County of Minburn #27, Farm and Ranch Workers Legislation Comment Period.
The Provincial Government has received recommendations from a number of committees regarding the proposed Farm and Ranch Workers Legislation. The deadline for providing your comments on this proposed legislation is January 15, 2017. You may review the committee recommendations and provide your comments at www.alberta.ca/farm-and-ranchconsultations.aspx or mail them to:
Farm& Twg Recommendations feedback
Occupational Health and Safety Branch
8th Floor Labour Building
Or email comments to: FarmandRanch@gov.ab.ca
Strathcona County Emergency Communications Centre is transitioning to a new 9-1-1 phone system effective Monday, September 25, 2017.
What does this mean for the communities we serve? When someone in your service area dials 9-1-1, emergency calls will continue to be received and professionally handled in the same proficient, seamless manner as always. There will be no impact to your residents.
However the long-dial “Alarm Line” number (780-449-6707) that alarm monitoring companies use to contact our centre is changing.
Although some single-family homes use alarm monitoring, the majority of users are multi-family developments, schools, care facilities, public service buildings and commercial businesses. It is important that these facilities are notified of the change so they may advise their respective alarm monitoring contractors. Therefore, to ensure no delays in response are experienced, we ask that you please pass this information on to any facilities in your area of responsibility that engage an alarm monitoring company.
There will be a transition period during which users dialling the old contact number will be call forwarded to the new contact number, including a recorded message advising of the change. This, together with communication from you, will give users in your area ample time to notify their alarm monitoring companies of the change so procedural documentation can be updated with the new number.
Old number (calls will be forwarded until 12/31/2017) – 780 449-6707
New number (effective 09/25/2017) – 780 449-9701
Official List of County of Minburn Nominees for the 2017 Municipal Election
|Roger Konieczny||3||Incumbent – Acclaimed/Elected|
|Tara Kuzio||5||Incumbent – Acclaimed/Elected|
|David Melenka||7||Incumbent – Acclaimed/Elected|
2017 ROADSIDE MOWING PROGRAM
The County of Minburn No. 27 Agricultural Service Board will be commencing the roadside mowing program in 2017. The program will consist of mowing all road allowances with up to a fifteen foot cut from the shoulder into the ditch. Persons wishing to cut hay on a road allowance need to complete all cutting prior to the mowing contractor’s arrival. If hay has been cut and is in swath, mowers will go around that particular swathed ditch however all standing grass will be mowed with absolutely no exceptions.
The County will commence mowing after July 15, 2017.
For further information please contact Agricultural Fieldman Darwin Ullery at 780-632-4033.
PREPARATION OF COMBINED ASSESSMENT/TAX NOTICES
Notice is hereby given that the 2017 combined Assessment/Tax Notices have been prepared and mailed June 1, 2017 to all taxpayers as per Section 311 of the Municipal Government Act (MGA).
The Assessment Roll is available for review at the County of Minburn No. 27 office during business hours. Any person wishing to make a complaint about assessment must do so in accordance with Section 460 MGA within sixty (60) days from the date on the combined Assessment/Tax notice (Section 309(1)(c) MGA). A complaint must be in the form prescribed in Section 460(2) MGA and must be accompanied with the fees detailed on the back of the combined assessment/tax notice. This form is available at the County of Minburn No. 27 Administration office.
All assessed persons are deemed to have received their combined Assessment/Tax Notice as a result of this publication.