Recycling Carts. Council awarded tender for the purchase of 6, recycling carts to Superior Truck Equipment of Calgary. Council carried a motion to approve a permit application for a two-bedroom tourist home with a relaxation to the relevant bylaw section to allow tandem parking at 51A Street. Conditions in the home include the need for a hard-surfaced driveway; the completion of a fire inspection and a maximum number of two bedrooms at the property. Mayor Sean McIntyre remarked that he considered it encouraging to see an application for a tourist dwelling, having not seen one in a while. Proposed Bylaws and were put through the public hearing process at the regular May 8 meeting of the Sylvan Lake Town Council.
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Restricted use of lands All portions of the south-east quarter of Section 36, Township forty 40Range 27, west of the fourth meridian. Council voted to approve the bylaw by a margin. A listing of the bylaws which need to be followed by residents of Lacombe, such as the dog bylaw or nuisance bylaw. Agreement with Lacombe Foundation to assist with operations and management of senior housing.
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Red Deer is left without any fireworks regulations after city council could not agree on a new bylaw. An amendment that would have exempted sparklers from a new municipal bylaw was defeated on Monday — as was the original bylaw presented to council by Red Deer Fire Chief Ken McMullen that would have prohibited all fireworks sales within city limits. He hopes to get direction on what kind of proposed bylaw he should bring back to council. He noted there were only two fireworks-related injuries in 10 years in Alberta.