Make no mistake about it!
The Town of High Prairie is unhappy but willing to give Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pat Rehn a second chance.
Council held a special meeting Jan. 7 and discussed the Rehn matter after the Town of Slave Lake asked for his resignation Jan. 5.
Make no mistake about it!
The Town of High Prairie will be issuing a carefully worded statement on its website against comments made at a September meeting by Town of Slave Lake Councillor Joy McGregor.
Council decided at its Nov. 10 meeting to make a statement, albeit not unanimous, after inappropriate and racist comments were made as viewed by the Indigenous community.
Get your masks ready!
The Town of High Prairie passed a mandatory face covering bylaw at its Nov. 10 meeting.
Citizens will be required to wear a mask if COVID-19 cases in the Big Lakes County region reported by Alberta Health Services reaches 15.
The Christmas lights will still shine brightly in the High Prairie Civic Square this holiday season, but almost all other events usually held during Light-Up are cancelled.
“None of our members are happy we have had to cancel many events, but the pandemic is a reality we must consider,” says High Prairie Community Beautification chair Chris Clegg.
A decreased level of recreation service to area residents is almost assured in the coming year, but just how much is an issue the Town of High Prairie is struggling with.
Council denied a request from the High Prairie joint recreation committee at its Oct. 27 meeting to keep the 2021 funding request the same as 2020.
Face masks may become mandatory in High Prairie to curb the spread of the coronavirus as the pandemic continues.
At its regular meeting Oct. 13, High Prairie town council approved a motion to draft a bylaw to make masks mandatory when a certain number of cases are reached in the Big Lakes County region.
The Enilda waste transfer station is closing to save Big Lakes County money after a history of misuse at the site.
At its regular meeting Oct. 14, council approved a recommendation by administration.
The Town of High Prairie has named Rod Risling as its new chief administrative officer (CAO) starting in late August.
He will succeed Brian Martinson, who retires Aug. 28 after 29 years with the town, says a town news release Aug. 14.
A survey to help determine future needs and priorities for recreation in the High Prairie region is expected to be released in the third week of August.
The High Prairie and District Recreation Review Committee invites residents to complete the survey that will be posted on the websites of the Town of High Prairie and Big Lakes County.
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.