Tips for Emergency Preparedness

Spending money on emergency preparedness is a challenge when trying to balance other financial commitments and responsibilities. But being prepared doesn’t have to be costly. You can take care of yourself, your loved ones, your home, and your community by taking small steps over time to fit preparedness into most budgets.

 

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Online Council Meeting June 22, 2020

Regular Council Meeting June 22 2020
Mon, Jun 22, 2020 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM (MDT)

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7th Street Bridge Closure

7th Street Bridge Closure

Please be advised that the 7th Street Bridge in Beiseker will be closed as of June 30th, 2020. An number of recent inspections on the structure took place in 2019/20 and although we attempted to resolve the problem by limiting the weight of vehicles that can cross the bridge, we have received notification from our engineers that the integrity of the structure continues to deteriorate.
The Village of Beiseker has submitted a request for funding to assist with the necessary repairs of the 7th Street bridge, but we have been advised that these funds may not be available for some time.
Essential services that would normally use the bridge have been notified and have determined alternate routes for access in and out of the village.
We appreciate your understanding of the situation. The Village of Beiseker will continue to pursue funding opportunities to complete the repairs as they become available.

Public Hearing – June 8, 2020

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Chapter M-26 of the
Municipal Government Act, 2000, as amended that the Council
of the Village of Beiseker has given first reading to Bylaw
2020-06 for amendment to Land Use Bylaw 2019-04. This
amendment includes information relating residential dwellings to
commercial property in the CBD (Central Business District) and
the addition of Murals as a new classification of sign type.
A Public Hearing regarding proposed Bylaw 2020-06 will be
held on Monday, June 8th, 2020 at 7:00 pm in an online meeting
environment as part of the Regular Council Meeting. Any person
who claims to be affected prejudicially by the proposed Bylaw,
or that person’s agent, shall be afforded an opportunity to be
heard by Council at the Public Hearing. Written submissions are
acceptable if received by 4:30 pm on Monday, June 8th, 2020.
They can be submitted by the following methods:
Email: beiseker@beiseker.com
Mail Box 349, Beiseker, AB T0M 0G0, Reference Bylaw 2020-06
The proposed Bylaw and any related documents, as well as
instructions on how to attend the online meeting are available
on our website at www.villageofbeiseker.com. The related
documents may be inspected at the Village Office at
700 1st Avenue, Beiseker, AB by appointment.
Heather Leslie, CAO Village of Beiseker 403-947-3774

Public Hearing & Council Meeting June 8, 2020

Public Hearing Bylaw 2020-06 and Regular Council Meeting June 8 2020

Mon, Jun 8, 2020 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM (MDT)

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