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Redcliff council stalemates on flood mitigation study funding

Redcliff town council could not come to a decision on flood mitigation funding at their recent council meeting.

Tim Kalinowski The Redcliff town council debated a decision to go forward, or not, with two $15,000 engineering studies of the NW Storm System improvement project and the expansion of the Dirkson Industrial Pond project at Monday’s meeting. Both projects have been identified as being key pieces of future flood mitigation measures for the town. The two engineering studies, and their price tag, came before… Read More »

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