Economic impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on businesses in the Town of High Prairie may be examined in a regional study.
At its regular meeting July 28, town council approved a request from Community Futures (CF) – Lesser Slave Lake and Yellowhead East regions to partner in a project in a labour market study for a cost of $750 for the town.
Town of High Prairie council remains committed to improve broadband services in the community.
Now the town is considering a project of its own.
At its regular meeting July 28, council directed staff to schedule a time for council to meet with service provider Rohl Global Network to discuss options for the town.
More than just new businesses in the Town of High Prairie will get special recognition by the town.
At its regular meeting July 28, town council approved the updated grand opening appreciation policy reviewed by the bylaw committee June 10.
A proposed development permit for a cardlock facility, convenience store and sanitary dump in the High Prairie’s west end has hit a snag.
However, High Prairie town council is quickly dealing with the matter.
So far, no luck, but there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon.
Efforts by local authorities to have the old High Prairie Hospital demolished continued at a conference call meeting July 14 which included Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro.