Update: The City of Calgary has now made the report to Council fully outlining all of the proposed changes available for review. It can be found here:
In that this document is both lengthy and somewhat difficult to understand, the FCC has created a helpful interpretation that can be found here:
The survey helps us capture our community members’ priorities and sets the board’s direction.
We, as a board, continue to analyze the results and, based on the information we have identified to date, are focusing on four key items:
1. The Sears Plume - Please read the article on the Sears plume in this issue of The Beacon.
2. Banff Trail Motel Village Development – We are supporting directly impacted community members and funding an independent review of the development permit process.
It’s March, and optimistically, Spring is in the air with the promise of longer, warmer days and, of course, the inevitable snowfall in April. Hopefully you’ve had time to look over the initial community survey results that were published in February and those included in this issue. The survey helps us capture our community members’ priorities and sets the board’s direction. We, as a board, continue to analyze the results and, based on the information we have identified to date, are focusing on four key items: 1.
Thank you Maria Martin and everyone who came out to the High Fitness Family Day event.
The Crowchild Trail Upgrades Project continues on this year with the estimated date of completion being Fall 2019. Given that a good majority of the construction work will take place this year, I’d like to provide you with an overview of how I expect this year to unfold:
Phone it in to (403)283-0464 ext. 6 and save the admin fee. All talks in the Go-Getters section off the gym.
Are you 12 years of age or older and interested in refereeing for the 2017 outdoor soccer season with HHBH?
This is a great way to be involved in our community and earn some extra money.
A training session is mandatory and provided by the community association.