October 24, 2014 Strathmore Times

October 24, 2014 Strathmore Times, Volume 6, Issue 43, Locally Owned & Operated Alberta Weekly Newspaper, A Member of the Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association
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  Page 14 Farm fun Page 21 Look on Page 4 for  Town of Strathmore Municipal Notices Page 23 Contact Us Today! 403.934.5589 www. StrathmoreTimes .com Great result   Kings offense in high gear OCTOBER 24, 2014 STRATHMORE SHANNON LECLAIR Times Reporter  With the announcement of Councillor John Rempel resigning at the end of October, a by-election has been called for Dec. 15. Under  Alberta legislation a municipality has 90 days to hold a by-election when a position opens up on council. It was felt trying to hold the election in early January could be tough with people possibly away on holidays.“The reason we’re doing it before Christmas is because a lot of people leave after Christ-mas, or they’re gone on holidays,” said Mu-nicipal Clerk for the town Jennifer Sawatzky. “We’re trying to do it before Christmas but not too close to Christmas, so we thought the 15 would be good and then working back, I have strict deadlines in regards to advertis-ing of the election and an advanced vote and nomination day.”Nomination papers are available now at the  Town of Strathmore office, and nomination day is Nov. 17, which is exactly four weeks  before the election, and is the minimum al-lowable time between nomination day and Election Day.Nomination forms must be signed by five electors over the age of 18 who live in the  Town of Strathmore, and who have also lived here for at least six months. The fee is $250, and the nomination hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Forms are to be brought into the town office in that time frame, not a minute later. “Those hours are very strict, so if they come in at one minute after 12 noon or even a few milliseconds after, I can’t accept the applica-tions, that’s legislation,” said Sawatzky.Candidates don’t have to bring in the forms personally on Nov. 17, but they are required to have them signed before a Commissioner of Oaths. The forms can also be signed in front of Sawatzky, who is a Commissioner of Oaths.“After nominations have closed, which is 12 noon, people can come in and inspect the nominations, but no one can inspect them  before,” said Sawatzky.“I assume several people will run. We nor-mally don’t have quite as big a turnout at a  by-election, but we certainly encourage peo-ple to come and vote,” said Chief Administra-tive Officer Dwight Stanford. The advanced poll will be held on Dec. 8,  with the election itself taking place on Dec. 15 at the Civic Centre. All voters must be 18-years-old, Strathmore residents and must have ID. By-election called Rise of the Legends ! Doug Taylor Photo  VOLUME 6 ISSUE 43  Locally Owned & Operated  TIMES www. 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See in store for details    Da Vinci Beads Traditional ChineseMedicine Centre ACUPUNCTURE & HERBAL MEDICINE SPECIALISTNANJING UNIVERSITY OF CHINESE MEDICINE, CHINA  WELCOMES NEW MASSAGE THERAPIST TO STRATHMORE Dr. Ryder Chung OMD, RAc, RMT, MSc, TCMD  Sprain Injury, Vehicle Accident,Back & Neck Pain, Sciatica, Menopause,Infertility, Indigestion, IBS, Acid Reflux,Fibromylagia, Weight Loss, Insomnia, Depression, Sinusitis, Tennis Elbow, & more. Ph   (587) 365-1100   #244, 3 Ave Strathmore Linda Golec  RMT, CPT   Therapeutic Mas- sage, Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot Stone, Pregnancy and Infant Massage, MLD, Canine, TMJ, Relaxation and Travel Massage  Strathmore Times Stock Photo Councillor John Rempel tendered his resigna-tion from council on Oct. 15. He officially resigns from the position at the end of the month. A by-election has been called, with nomination day set for Nov. 17. 403.934.3334 900 Westridge Road, Strathmore   403.934.3334 900 Westridge Road, Strathmore This coupon is required to recieve this special offer. Expires October 31, 2014.This coupon is required to recieve this special offer. Expires October 31, 2014. SHANNON LECLAIR Times Reporter  Tristan Periard, chair, and Jennifer Pekrul, secretary, for the newly formed Regional Recreation Enhancement committee spoke to council about their plans for future recreation in the area.  The committee was formed due to the need for a multi-use facility in the area; something Periard said is long over-due. The committee would like to see Wheatland County, the Strathmore and District Ag Society and the Town of Strath-more partner together to plan for a multi-use recreational facility that will provide the amenities needed to support the current and future needs of Strathmore and area.  The hope to start is to get a needs assessment done, and a feasibility study. RC Strategies completed a needs assessment a few years ago, and this would be an update on that study. It will also include the feasibility study. It’s expected to cost approximately $80,000 which Periard said the committee is hoping will be split against the partners and then the fund-ing from the grants would go against those numbers. By partnering together the committe can apply for an Al- berta Community Partnership grant for the studies, which  will pay for a portion, if not all, of the costs. “Financially, with cooperation, we are able to work togeth-er to gain the funds needed. Together we will be eligible for numerous grants and funds that are available for these projects,” said Periard.“With compiling that information and getting that needs assessment done, we will know what our top priorities are and how we (go) from there, what our main priorities will be to start the building and how we will stage it and what kind of funding we actually will need, so we can actually have a cost to say this is what it will cost, this is what we will need and go from there.”Councillor Rocky Blokland questioned the need for the study. “I know what the town needs, I don’t need a study done for $80,000 to tell me what this town needs,” said Blokland. “The projects have to begin with a feasibility study be-cause otherwise there’s a lot of protest as to what is needed or some difference of opinions so-to-speak,” said Pekrul. “When you bring in professionals and you actually have  blueprints drawn up, it makes it a much more real and sus-tainable goal than just saying this is what we need, no this is  what we need and the argument goes back and forth. This is the beginning of what we truly need.”  The committee will not be in charge or responsible finan-cially for the needs assessment and were just asking those involved if they’re willing to do it.  When looking to move into new communities people are looking at recreation and what facilities are there. Infrastruc-ture is going up but, said Pekrul, the committee feels the need to play catch up and attract people to Strathmore. “Building this thing is one thing, getting it built another thing, operating this thing is going to be the highest expense on it. When you look at what we’ve got in town already with the three facilities where it’s costing us $2.4 million a year, I cannot imagine what this is going to cost,” said Blokland. He also stated that while at an Alberta Parks and Recre-ation conference a couple of years ago it was stated by one community that pathways and walking were on the top of their 20 item priority list, and a new Sportsplex was on the  bottom.  As always the issue will eventually come down to money, and what can reasonably be spent on both the needs assess-ment and moving forward. At this time council has agreed to support the committee on behalf of the town, and act as a partner with the county and Ag Society, but have not com-mitted to providing any funding at this time. Recreation committee gets council support SHANNON LECLAIR Times Reporter Health issues, partly related to stress, are the reason why one long-time councillor handed in his resignation on Oct. 15.  John Rempel has served 14 years as a councillor in the community, and says it is now time to step back. “The last year I’ve been dealing with some medical issues, and they’re not going away. The medical professionals that I have been working with strongly suggested that I remove myself from the stress of being on council,” said Rempel. “I don’t like the idea of quit-ting before the end of the term, but I really couldn’t see myself finishing the term, so I might as well step aside to give somebody else an opportunity to serve the community and serve out the term for me.”Rempel doesn’t plan to fully retire - he drives bus for the international stu-dents, something he said he doesn’t find stressful at all, and he will likely find something else to keep himself  busy. “There’s a lot more stress involved than what people might think. I guess maybe as you get older you don’t deal  with stress as well as maybe when  you’re younger,” said Rempel of being on council. The first few terms went by fast, and he was looking forward to dealing with issues, but said this last year has been an overwhelming one for him.“So I felt it was in the town’s best interest if I resigned. If I couldn’t ful-ly commit myself to being there and to doing what’s expected of us,” said Rempel.  A lot of things have been accom-plished during his time on council but “what stands out most of all is the sat-isfaction that I got from representing the seniors of this community, that was an absolute pleasure to do that, and that’s one thing that I will probably miss more than anything.” “I’ve worked with John Rempel for many years … he has been a dedicated councillor, he always voiced his opin-ions, was good to deal with, and he listened to the public,” said Chief Ad-ministrative Officer Dwight Stanford of the news.  A by-election has been called in light of the resignation news. Nomination day is Nov. 17. The advanced vote will  be on Dec. 8 and the Election Day will  be held on Dec. 15 at the Civic Centre. Rempel resigns For Movie Listings call 403-934-3057or go to Nightly: 8pm   Closed Mondays Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Missi Pyle, Tyler Perry 18A    October 24 - 30, 2014 GONE GIRL  Page 4  ã Strathmore TIMES ã October 24, 2014 680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1 ã 403-934-3133 ã Office Hours: M - F 8:30 am to 4:30 pm  WINNER OF THE 2012 VENTURE MAGAZINE’S BEST SMALL COMMUNITY TO DO BUSINESS IN   - : : l l l l .   l ll l l l l l : l l l . l l ll l l . l l l l l : l l . I l l . l l ll l l . l ll l l . NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: BYLAW #14-17   Bylaw # 14-17 proposes to amend the Land Use Bylaw by re-designating Plan 5894P, Block 16, Lots 14-15 (121 Waddy Lane) from R1 Single Detached Residential District  to R2X – Medium Density Attached Housing District. BYLAW 14-17SUBJECT PROPERTY  A copy of the proposed Bylaw may be inspected by the public during regular office hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday at the Town Office (680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB), or can be found on the Town website ( Please contact the Town Office if you would like an opportunity to review and provide input on the proposed amendments prior to the Public Hearing.The Public Hearing will be held at the Council Chambers, Strathmore Municipal Building, 680 Westchester Road, Strathmore Alberta on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, commencing at 7:00 pm with procedures in accordance with the Town of Strathmore Council Procedural Bylaw #07-11 and amendments thereto.Any person or group of persons, or person acting on his or their behalf, who claims  to be affected by any or all of the proposed bylaws may present suggestions or concerns by making a submission to the public hearing.Written submissions to the Public Hearing or the name of any person wishing to make an oral presentation at the Public Hearing must be received by the Planning and Development Department prior to 12:00 noon on Thursday, October 30, 2014 as outlined in Bylaw #07-11 and amendments thereto. If your written submission is not received by this time, please provide fifteen (15) copies for distribution at the Public Hearing. Each person wishing to address Council at the Public Hearing shall complete their verbal presentation within five minutes. Please note that written submissions will become public documents once submitted to the Town, unless otherwise requested.    T   O   W   N   O   F      S     T     R     A     T     H     M     O     R     E The next regular Council Meeting will be November 5 & 19, 2014 GOOD FOOD BOX PROGRAM Fresh Produce at a fraction of the Cost! Strathmore FCSS & Wheatland FCSS in conjunction with the Community Kitchen Program of Calgary is proud to announce the Good Food Box Program in Strathmore and Wheatland County. The Good Food Box Program provides residents an opportunity to purchase fresh produce at a very low cost. Participants pre-order, pay and pick up their boxes at theSFCSS office located at 85 Lakeside Blvd OR WFCSS office which is located in the Wheatland County Office (the corner of Range Road 243 and Highway 1). The boxes come in 3 sizes: Small – (25 – 30 lbs) $20.00Medium – (35 – 40 lbs) $25.00Large – (45 – 50 lbs) $30.00 The order and delivery dates for the remainder of 2014 are as follows: Please Order Before: Delivery Dates: September 30th, 2014 October 10th, 2014October 14th, 2014 October 24th, 2014October 28th, 2014 November 7th, 2014November 10th, 2014 November 21st, 2014November 18th, 2014 November 28th, 2014 For additional information or to order your box, please call Strathmore FCSS at 403-934-9090 OR Wheatland FCSS at 403-934-5335. NOTICE OF VACANCY The Town of Strathmore currently has one (1) vacancy for the position of Councillor. Pursuant to the Municipal Government Act revised statues of Alberta 2000, Chapter M-26 a Council must hold a By-Election to fill a vacancy within ninety (90) days after the vacancy has occurred. Nominations for the position of Councillor will take place on November 17, 2014. Applications for Nominations are available at the Town of Strathmore Office located at 680 Westchester Road. Should you have any questions regarding this matter please contact the Town of Strathmore at 403-934-3133. UTILITY INVOICES The Utility Invoices for billing period September 16, 2014 – October 15, 2014 have been mailed out for the following areas:Wildflower Heights/Strathmore Lakes ã Westmount ã Downtown ã Thorncliff ã Parkwood ã Green Meadow/Grande Point ã Aspen Creek ã The Ranch These invoices are due November 10, 2014. Please contact the Town Office if you do not receive your invoice at (403) 934-3133.ã Council supports the recreation facility committee and that the Town of Strathmore will act as partner contingent upon the Strathmore Agricultural Society and Wheatland County also agreeing to partnership status for the purpose of a partnership agreement to move forward a needs assessment and feasibility study with an understanding that the members of committee draft the application for the funding. ã Council accepted the RCMP Enhanced Traffic Report for Information.ã Council gave first reading to Bylaw #14-17 Land Use Bylaw Map Amendment.ã Council referred Bylaw #14-17 to the Public Hearing to be scheduled for November 5, 2014.ã Council gave first reading to Bylaw No. 14-18 Fees Bylaw Amendment Bylaw.ã Council gave second reading to Bylaw No. 14-18 Fees Bylaw Amendment Bylaw as amended.ã Council amended Resolution 278.10.14 to read:THAT Council give second reading to Bylaw No. 14-18 Fees Bylaw Amendment Bylaw with the following amendments:1. Remove the Non Resident Fees in Schedule D2. Change the name of the fees for the facilities in Schedule D from “Resident” and “Non-Resident” Fees to “User Fee”.3. Include the words “per hour or portion thereof” after each fee listed under  the Cost Recovery Section of Schedule “M”.ã Council instructed Administration to bring forward an Amendment Bylaw for Bylaw #14-11 to amend Section 3.9 as follows:Section 3.9 (Landscaping) – That all residences including duplexes, semi-detached dwellings, and single detached dwellings built in new subdivisions be equipped with a properly installed rain barrel (with a minimum capacity of 200 liters).ã Council approved the MOU and Contribution Agreement with the Calgary United Way and that the Mayor and CAO be authorized to sign the MOU on  the Town’s behalf.ã Council waived all the fees for the rental of the Civic Center for the Sacred Heart Parish’s fundraising dinner on November 8, 2014.ã Council donated $600.00 to the Hope Bridges Society for their 9th Annual Artists Among Us Gala on October 23, 2014 and the Town requested to be acknowledged as a contributing sponsor.ã CAO Dwight Stanford informed Council that he received a letter of resignation from Councillor John Rempel. The resignation was received on October 15, 2014. NOTICE OF NOMINATION DAY   LOCAL JURISDICTION: the Town of Strathmore, PROVINCE OF ALBERTANotice is hereby given that Nomination Day is November 17, 2014 and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will be received at the location of the local jurisdiction office set out below between the hours of 8:30 AM and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day.Office(s) Number of VacanciesCouncillor 1Local Jurisdiction Office: Town of Strathmore Office – 680 Westchester Road Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1Dated at the Town of Strathmore, in the Province of Alberta, this 20rth day of October, 2014.Jennifer Sawatzky (Returning Officer) COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS – OCTOBER 15, 2014 MEMBERSHIP SALES Membership are on sales for the 2014/2015 year.  AFTER THE BELL REGISTRATION Registration is open for the fall session of the After the Bell Homework Club. This is program runs from 3-6pm and is open to youth ages 6-15 years. Registrants are provided with a healthy snack, homework support and a recreational activity. Transportation will be offered for school pick up. COST - Members $5/day or $20/week Non Members $7/day or $30/week. There is a maximum of 20 youth/day for this program so register now as  there are limited spaces available! For more information call the Club @ 403-934-4918  FALL PROGRAMMING Registration is now open for our fall sessions: Jr Chef, ClubWorks, Stage Right (new drama program), Mad Science, EYES, Skills for Life, Extreme Kids...........and many more!  UP COMING EVENTS Halloween Party - October 23: 7pm - 9pm (Ages 6-12)The Great Pumpkin Hunt - October 25: Kinsmen ParkPumpkins in the Park - November1: Kinsmen Park  For more information on any of our programs contact the club @403-934-4918 
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