August 15, 2017
Search Results 1-20 of 84 for Bingham Crossing
After a busy 2016, Rocky View 2020 (RV2020) is looking to continue expanding in 2017, says Bruce McAllister, the executive director of the advocacy group for Rocky View County (RVC) landowners.
An economic report presented to the Rocky View County (RVC) Policy and Priorities Committee (PPC) April 5 indicated for the first time in the County's history, the 2015 non-residential tax assessment exceeded the residential assessment - meaning...
RE: "Jumping through hoops" editorial, May 5.
Crossfield's W.G. Murdoch High School and Langdon School met their goal of building a new school in Africa, raising $16,000 for the international charity Free the Children. The organizations encourages youth empowerment to motivate students to...
This time of year always brings back childhood memories.
Re: Report to Bearspaw - May 2014, advertisement, June 3
Rocky View County (RVC) council voted 5-4 in favour of approving the Bingham Crossing Phase 1 subdivision application on May 27.
If I were to tally the emails readers have sent to Rocky View Weekly and rank the issues they felt are the most important in Rocky View County (RVC) - bureaucratic red tape and "councillor infighting" would take an overwhelming majority.
Re: "Council procedures too complicated, variable," Letter, May 27
Re: "Province reviews Statement-of-Concerns for Bingham Crossing development," May 6
Re: "Councillor calls point of order over perceived bias," May 20
A second Point of Order was called in as many weeks as councillors continue to question campaign donations and a perceived "bias" over voting for applications before council.
The Province is reviewing Statements-of-Concerns submitted in relation to the highly-controversial Bingham Crossing development.
The Foundation for Democratic Advancement, a non-profit "democracy watchdog" organization, hosted a forum in Springbank on March 8, to engage the public in a discussion about municipalities' processes when dealing with proposed developments.
The Foundation for Democratic Advancement (FDA), a non-profit organization, will be hosting a forum in Springbank on March 8, to engage the public in a discussion about municipalities' processes when dealing with proposed developments.
A local resident was not impressed by the Energy Resources Conservation Board's (ERCB) call for public input on the regulation of future unconventional resource development. Patty Pearsall-Pickup, who owns a home in the Lochend area northeast of...