Posted 28 April 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, April 28, 2015: Town council has given first reading to a bylaw that could lead to the closure of a section of the service road along the north side of 50 Street between 44 Avenue and 45 Avenue.

If council ultimately approves the bylaw, the closure will allow the town to transfer that part of the service road to Four Lane Ford, which owns the north adjacent property.

 

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Posted 28 April 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, April 28, 2015: Presented with the theme of “A Family Affair”, the 13th annual Innisfail & District Trade Show on April 24 and 25 was hailed as a success by organizers with new and established entrepreneurs proudly featuring their products and services.

The two-day exhibition also featured its new job fair to entice the young with summer employment, and perhaps most special of all -- Griffin the lion cub, a new arrival to Innisfail’s Discovery Wildlife Park was in attendance to thrill the young and old.

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Posted 22 April 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, April 21, 2015: The town will soon be going to ultra modern and fast fibre optics for its business and communications.

But the new technology will not come cheap –increasing from $200 a month to $925. That will mean an annual budget increase of $7,400.

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Posted 21 April 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, April 21, 2015: The 2015 Spring Registration Night was deemed a celebration of connections.

More than 120 citizens came to the Innisfail Library/Learning Centre during the evening of April 14 to browse through displays of 35 local groups that represented a wide range of community social groups, sports organizations, as well as arts, gardening and recreational clubs. Everyone who attended had a chance to register from an extensive list of programs.

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Posted 21 April 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, April 21, 2015: Town council has decided to cut its previously announced property tax increase in half.

Last December, council voted in favour of a two per cent tax hike for 2015, an increase that would have brought an additional $144,000 into town coffers. But at council’s regular meeting on April 13 a compromise to cut the tax increase to one per cent was reached, and the town will make do with $72,000 in additional tax revenues. The average residential home assessed at $363,304 will now be taxed an extra $70.19, instead of the $90 it would have with a two per cent increase.
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