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- Little Smoky Truck Fill Station – Temporarily Closed
- Media Release: Concern for Impacts of Proposed Assessment Model Changes
- COVID-19 Asymptomatic testing now available in Valleyview
- Temporary Road Closure Notice – Swan Lake Road
- Media Release: Greenview Fire-Rescue Services to Host Grain Entrapment Rescue Training and the Canadian Premiere Screening of Feature Film SILO
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The Little Smoky Truck fill will be closed for an undetermined amount of time while crews work to resolve the ongoing issues we are experiencing at the station. It is Greenviews number one priority to continue to provide and maintain drinking water within the community. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at 780-524-4825.Read more...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Council Highlights – July 27, 2020
Public Hearing Held for Partial Road Allowance Closure Requests
Bylaw 20-848 – Greenview received a road closure request from Arne and Merle Johnson on February 20, 2020, to close Road Plan 2761 PX, being an area consisting of approximately 2.59 acres. The area will subsequently be consolidated with the existing title to their agricultural quarter. No opposition was heard, and Council approved the request.
Greenview Council Approves New Policies
Council moved to approve Policy 2011 Respect in the Workplace and Policy 2012 Violence Prevention. These policies, which apply to employees, contractors, and members of Council, aim to prevent and manage inappropriate workplace behaviours and outline complaint processes. They also govern reporting, investigations of complaints or instances of discrimination, and violence or harassment in the workplace.Read more...
August 6, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Concern for Impacts of Proposed Assessment Model Changes
Earlier this year, the Provincial Government of Alberta began an assessment model review for regulated oil and gas properties, including wells and pipelines. While the Government of Alberta describes the review as a plan to “modernize” the assessment model and enhance the competitiveness of the oil and gas industry, Greenview is deeply concerned with the cost to municipalities, citing the viability of some municipal stakeholders will be jeopardized.
The Province is considering four different scenarios. The impacts of each of those scenarios would have a different financial impact on those with oil and gas assessments in their municipality. Greenview will perhaps see a 12% decrease in annual revenue, depending on which model the Government chooses to adopt.
“Greenview remains optimistic that the Province will find a balance in this review; one that will incentivize the oil and gas industry and maintain sustainability within Municipal Government,” states Reeve Dale Smith.
Greenview has engaged Accurate Assessment to assist Administration in forecasting long-term impacts that the Province’s Assessment Model Review may have on our municipal tax revenue. Administration and Council are concerned with the uncertainty this review is creating. We are working to quickly gain knowledge on the long-term impacts the Government’s model review would cost Greenview in the immediate years and further out five and ten years and beyond. “The need to provide municipal services to our residents and businesses, including the oil & gas sector, will not diminish. We are just going to be expected to do the same with less; this simply doesn’t add up. The only realistic option will be to provide less because we will have less,” says Chief Administrative Officer, Denise Thompson.Read more...
Greenview is pleased to announce that Moody’s Crossing Camping Loop is once again open to the public.
Just in time for the long weekend! Happy Camping!Read more...
Pharmasave in Valleyview is excited to announce that they have been approved to provide COVID-19 Asymptomatic testing.
In order to be tested by a pharmacist, the presenting patient must be asymptomatic, not travelled in the last 14 days, and cannot have had a positive test in the last 14 days. Non-qualifying patients will continue to be referred to 811 to be tested by Alberta Health Services.
Please contact the pharmacy directly with any questions or concerns – 780-524-2183
Read the full release here: PHARMASAVE Release
The MD of Greenview is pleased to invite you to register for the Greenview Clay Shoot Tournament taking place on September 10, 2020. This event will be hosted by Greenview Council as a stakeholder celebration. We invite you to join Greenview Council members for a day of friendly competition and fellowship. Please join us at the stands as our guest!
The schedule of events is as follows:
11:00 am – Registration and Safety Meeting
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 – 4:00 pm – Tournament
5pm – Supper and Prizes
Download the registration form here: Clayshoot 2020 Registration Form
*Please note the rules and regulations for Shot Shell Sporting Clays are included in the registration form. Waivers will need to be signed on-site before participating in the tournament.
Please be advised that the following Greenview Public Service Buildings, Administration Offices, Transfer Stations and Landfills will be closed on Monday, August 3, 2020. Greenview Recreation Centre hours for Monday, August 3, 2020 are provided below.
Administration & Public Service Buildings:
■ DeBolt Public Service Building
■ Grande Cache Public Service Building
■ Greenview Administration Building, Valleyview
■ Grovedale Public Service Building
Agricultural Services Buildings:
■ Agricultural Services Building, Valleyview
■ Agricultural Services Building, Grovedale
Green View FCSS Offices:
■ Green View FCSS, Grande Cache
■ Green View FCSS, Valleyview
The next Council Meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 27, 2020. Tune in via our audio or video streaming link here: https://mdgreenview.ab.ca/reeve-council/public-meeting-video-audio-streaming/Read more...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Council Highlights – July 13, 2020
Public Hearings Held for Partial Road Allowance Closure Requests
Greenview received a road closure request from Darel Gene Klassen (Klassen) and Paulie Sarah Kern (Kern) on March 20, 2019, to close a portion of Road Plan 0421800, an area consisting of 0.719 hectare ± (1.78 acres). The land proposed to be consolidated lies just south of their agricultural quarter SE-09-72-01-W6. No opposition was heard and Council approved the request.
Greenview received a road closure request from Sturgeon Heights Community Club on August 1, 2019, to close 0.227 hectare (0.56 acre) ± of the undeveloped road allowance adjacent to the south boundary of the cemetery. No opposition was heard and Council moved to approve the revised request.
Tri-Municipal Industrial Partnership Advancement Work to Commence in Fall of 2020
With Greenview’s prior motion to reduce operational costs, including those identified for TMIP development and to re-evaluate management of the project’s future growth, Administration recommended that a contracted Project Manager, reporting to the CAO of Greenview, be hired to continue with the advancement of the project. Currently, the time commitment required to advance this project is equal to a full-time position. Council directed Administration to proceed with contracting a regionally located project manager for the TMIP to advance projects and steps that must be completed.Read more...
OPEN HOUSE – BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Draft Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan (SLASP)
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Sturgeon Heights Community Hall
70451 Young’s Point Road
After previous citizen panel engagement and council review,
the Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan has been updated.
The Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan encompasses future development
around Sturgeon Lake and the surrounding area.
We are looking for your input!
In accordance with provincial legislative guidelines due to COVID-19,
the M.D. will be scheduling appointments.
For further details or to book an appointment, contact:
To review the updated draft SLASP, see key changes, provide feedback
and complete our online survey, visit https://mdgreenview.ab.ca/programs-services/departments/planning-development/
Click to download the PDF: Open House NoticeRead more...