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MEDIA RELEASE

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Aquaplex Modernization
Update

The Town of Drumheller regretfully announces that there will be a further delay to the opening of the Aquaplex and as a result the pool will not open until further notice.

While preparing the pool for the opening, staff noticed that there was a loss of water from the pool that could not be accounted for. Town staff along with the contractor's staff worked over the weekend and throughout the day - today to locate the issue without success.

"The leak is significant enough that we cannot heat the water while maintaining the water level," stated Darryl Drohomerski, CAO for the Town of Drumheller "this means we cannot keep the pool filled or warm enough for patrons to use."

"Unfortunately until we locate, isolate and repair the link we cannot have a date for the pool opening; added Paul Salvatore, Director of Community Services, "once we have an idea of where the leak is, we will be able to give a more certain timeline for reopening the pool."

The Town of Drumheller will extend Aquaplex memberships by the length of the closure. "We recognise the inconvenience that the closure of the indoor pool causes regular users and we want to apologise for the delay," said Drohomerski, "obviously, everyone involved in this project is extremely disappointed, but we are working as quickly as possible to correct the problem so that we can open as soon as possible."

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For more Information Contact:

Darryl Drohomerski
CAO
ddrohomerski@dinosaurvalley.com

Distribution List:

CFCW- luca@cfcw.com
Drum FM – email – drumnews@goldenwestradio.com;
Drumheller Mail – email - news@drumhellermail.com

 

Greg Peters, Community Enforcement Director, has provided this information to assist hunters in the area:

- It is unlawful to discharge a weapon within 183 meters (200 yards) or cause a projectile from a weapon to pass within 183 meters (200 yards) of any occupied building. Owners, occupants, or persons authorized by the owner or occupant are excepted, subject to local bylaws.
- Discharge a firearm or cause a projectile from a firearm to pass along or across a provincial highway, a road that is paved, oiled, graded or regularly maintained, unless it's under a lease or the person is hunting game birds with a shotgun under the authority of a licence. NOTE: if there is no identifiable ditch or fence to mark the outside edge of the roadway, then the roadway extends 20 feet from the edge of the traveled portion.
- For private land or leased crown land, permission must be obtained from the owner or occupant prior to any access, this includes retrieving game.
- No hunting between ½ after sunset and ½ prior to sunrise.
- Its unlawful to carry a loaded firearm in or on a vehicle.

 

J. R. (Jeff) Zimmer
District Fish and Wildlife Officer
Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Branch
Justice and Solicitor General

Provincial Building, Main Floor
201 Centre Street
Drumheller, Alberta, Canada
T0J 0Y0

For complete information on the

Town of Drumheller's Snow Removal Policy and Strategy

please CLICK HERE .

 

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 Trail of Trees Web

Trail of Trees lights up the Badlands Community Facility now with the Family Fun Committee!

 

The Town of Drumheller, the Badlands Community Facility and Family Fun Committee invite you to celebrate the magic of the holiday season and the spirit of giving with us. Between Dec 1st and Dec 18th the Badlands Community Facility will be decking it’s halls with beautiful Christmas trees, turning the community facility into a magical Christmas dreamland.

The Town of Drumheller invites businesses, community organizations and families to donate and decorate an artificial Christmas tree which will be displayed in the Trail of Trees at the Badlands Community Facility. Last year you may remember the trees being donated to families in need. This year, we will host a silent auction for the trees, with the proceeds going to Jumpstart. The community has identified that youth programs, transportation and equipment can be expensive. So this year, we give back to the youth! Additionally, we will have availability if trees to those who may not have a tree for Christmas, and will ensure that they do this year through confidential communication through FCSS.

The event will be launched on Friday Dec 1st with a fun community event with people checking out the trees, carolers singing and hot chocolate and cookies. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will also be making a special trip from the North Pole! Family Fun Committee, FCSS and The Drumheller Public Library will be setting up some fun things to do throughout the facility, as well as hosting a Christmas themed movie in the field house, in lieu of "Movie Under the Stars" that got cancelled back in September due to inclimate weather. 

Why should you take part?

  • This is a wonderful opportunity for businesses and organizations to promote themselves to the 300+ people a day going through the BCF.
  • Your business will be recognized as a business with a great community spirit as they give to those most in need this holiday season.
  • Proceeds from the Tree Auction go toward Canadian Tire Jumpstart program that will help supplement youth in recreation programs
  • The cost of a tree and the decorations offers great value for money; creating a greater return than traditional advertising

Your role in the program:

  • Contact Erica Crocker at the Badlands Community Facility to register your spot ecrocker@dinosaurvalley.com
  • Donate a tree, bring it to the BCF and decorate it on Friday Dec 1 from 10:00AM– 7:00PM.
  • Your decorations can link with your business or be more of the traditional decorations or a mixture of the 2. If you would rather keep your decorated tree, that is fine too!

 

We will:

  • Promote the event and highlight all the businesses and organizations which take part in this great program
  • Create labels for each tree stating the company who donated it
  • To provide all the power needed to run lights
  • Run a silent auction for the 18 days the trees are up, with all proceeds going to Drumheller Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart Program, to assist families with youth in need! http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/content/microsites/jumpstart/en/faq.html
  • Have an evening with Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus on December 1st from 5:00PM – 7:00PM, as well as complimentary snacks with a movie provided by the Family Fun Committee to follow
  • Offer a confidential platform to families in need of a Christmas tree to ensure they have one this year!

“This event has proven very successful in other communities, so we wanted to do something similar. The Town of Drumheller is very excited to put their own flare into this festive initiative.” says Darren Goldthorpe Manager of Arts Culture and Recreation. “We had so much success last year; we hope to keep this a running tradition for years to come.”  

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There will be a planned power outage on Wednesday November 1, 2017 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. from East Coulee to Fish Lake. 

 

 

Official results

School trustees 10.48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pursuant to Section 35(1)of the Local Authority Elections Act, a Notice of Election is hereby declared for the office of Mayor and Councillor for the Town of Drumheller

Nomination Day Results

Mayor – 2 Candidates Nominated

Heather Colberg

Sharel Shoff

Councillor – 17 Candidates Nominated

Kristyne Demott

Len Denbrok

Margaret English

Elizabeth (BJ) Gallagher

Jay Garbutt (Incumbent)

John Graham

Lisa Justine Hansen-Zacharuk (Incumbent)

Allan Kendrick

Patrick Kolafa (Incumbent)

Tony Lacher

Fred Makowecki

Tara McMillan (Incumbent)

Dwayne Nagy

Greg Polzin

Peter Pierre Anthony Rhodes

Kalon Sykes

Thomas Victor Zariski (Incumbent)

 

Election day is Monday, October 16, 2017

Election day polling locations and advance polling dates will be communicated once details are finalized

 

Barbara Miller, CPA, CGA, CLGM

Returning Officer

Director, Corporate Services

Town of Drumheller

224 Centre Street

Drumheller, AB T0J 0Y4

403-823-1311

A new business in Drumheller is looking for help in setting up and are offering part time work. They have asked for our help in getting the word out there.

If you are interested in earning some extra cash please call Jody on 403 443 9361

 

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July 2017

Habitat in Drumheller

Following the generous donation of land on Poplar Street by a private citizen, Habitat searched for champions in the community and people who cared deeply about helping local families build long-term stability through affordable home ownership. The regional Habitat committee was formally established in May 2016. This local group of caring individuals are working to be champions for Habitat and raise funds for the first Habitat build Drumheller in the spring/summer of 2018.

With this first build next year, we will be looking for qualifying homeowners. We have three primary criteria: Demonstrated need, the ability to take on an affordable mortgage through Habitat and the related expenses of home ownership, and a willingness to partner with Habitat.

For more information on Habitat and our work in Drumheller, or to learn more about Habitat home ownership, please visit www.habitatsouthernab.ca.

We will be hosting an Open House on Tuesday October 3rd, 2017. Please watch this web site for more information.

Who we are and what we do

Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta is a non-profit organization working for a world where everyone has a safe and affordable place to live. We bring communities together to help families build strength, stability and independence through affordable home ownership. Habitat Southern Alberta is a member of Habitat for Humanity Canada, and part of a worldwide network that spans 93 countries, and has built over 500,000 homes.

Habitat’s homeownership model helps communities to expand their affordable housing inventory and helps families achieve strength, stability and independence through affordable home ownership. Our homes are funded through the generosity of our regional communities, donors, and sponsors, and are built by local construction contractors and volunteers. The homes are sold to families with no down payment and are financed with affordable, no-interest mortgages.