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Library Expansion Suspended Indefinitely - Posted: Monday, June 14, 2021, 02:44 pm
Although the current Town Council, since elected in October of 2017, expressed a high priority for an expansion of the Didsbury Li ... read more
2021 Operating Budget at a Glance - Posted: Monday, April 19, 2021, 01:29 pm
Didsbury taxpayers need to brace themselves for a 2021 property tax hike. Administration presented the 2021 draft Operating Budget ... read more
Make Your $ Work For You - Posted: Saturday, April 17, 2021, 07:51 am
This blog entry is specifically directed to that segment of Didsbury taxpaying population enrolled in the Town's Tax Installment P ... read more
Tax by Credit Card; who benefits - Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 04:09 pm
At the March 13, 2021 Regular Council Meeting Didsbury Town Council set in place by way of a motion a waiving of the administratio ... read more
Closed Meetings 101 - Posted: Monday, April 5, 2021, 09:31 am
Over the course of three plus years serving as an elected official many items on Council's plate caught the attention of the gener ... read more
Disaster Recovery Program - Posted: Thursday, March 25, 2021, 03:50 pm
I was fortunate to be able to attend the Analysis of Changes to Alberta's Disaster Recovery Program webinar on March 25, 2021 host ... read more
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2014 Mountain View Arts Festival
Opening Reception - Roaring 20s Theme
Photo Courtesy of Carla Victor

February 26, 2021
There has been a considerable amount of misleading and inaccurate information recently appearing on Facebook regarding the Community Information Signage Project in the Town's 2021 Capital Budget. The purpose of this post is to provide the facts and only the facts contributing to and leading up to Council's decision regarding this Capital Budget project. The linked document is made up of direct extractions from various public documents depicting the complete, chronologic presentation of this project to Council. In the linked document, items specifically referencing the Community Information Signage Project are circled in blue for quick reference. The document is 12 pages long and I invite you to explore them in their entirety to get a clear and accurate picture of the approval of this project and the 2021 Capital Budget in general.
Community Signage Facts

March 8, 2021
Every once in a while I happen to come across a jem of an article exploring or describing some aspect of municipal governance. This article by Danielle Klooster is one of those. Although it was written in 2013 the messages it conveys are still completely applicable today. I invite you to read it.
Five Terrible Reasons To Run For Municipal Office

March 14, 2021
In contrast to the article above, Danielle Klooster also explored the other side of justifying reasons to run for Municipal office. If you are considering running for municipal office, you might find this article valuable as well. And if you are a resident attempting to determine which candidate(s) to vote for, this article may provide some insights to help you with your decision.
Six Awesome Reasons To Run For Municipal Office