Take notice that the following Development Permit for the proposed use listed has been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission under provision of Land Use Bylaw #1064/LUO/2021 and amendments thereto:
Legal Description Lot 3-9 Block 01 Plan 8489ET
Civic Address 10809 – 102 Avenue
Proposed Use 28 unit apartment building
Date of Notice of Decision Nov 17, 2023
Any person claiming to be affected by this decision may, under the Land Use Bylaw, appeal to the Development Appeal Board by serving written notice to the Appeal Board Secretary, P.O. Box 730, Fairview, Alberta within Twenty-one (21) days after notice of decision.
This scholarship is intended for high school students, students already in a qualifying program, and adults considering enrolling in a medical or health-related program in person or online. It is designed to provide financial support to students entering a healthcare or medical-related program and encourage them to live and work in the Fairview region.
Proof of residence – To be eligible applicants must call one of the following municipalities home: Town of Fairview, Village of Hines Creek, M.D. of Fairview No. 136, or Clear Hills County.
Town of Fairview Council will receive any written or verbal delegation submissions respecting the proposed Bylaw at a Public Hearing. Written submissions or delegation requests can be submitted in person, by mail, or by EMAIL not later than 12:00 pm November 30, 2023 at:
Town of Fairview
Attention: Lynn Lekisch; Legislative Services
#101, 10209-109 st Provincial Building
Fairview, AB, T0H 1L0
Fairview Public Works, we are committed to providing our community with safe and clean tap water. We would like to inform you that we are currently aware of a temporary earthy odor and a slight taste in our tap water. We understand that this may cause some concern, but we want to assure you that our water undergoes daily testing to ensure it meets all regulatory compliance standards and is safe for consumption.
As part of our commitment to public health and safety, our dedicated team of experts conducts rigorous testing on our tap water regularly. The earthy odor and slight taste that you may have noticed in your tap water are temporary and do not pose any health risks. While these occurrences are uncommon, they can occasionally happen due to various factors, such as changes in the source water or environmental fluctuations. To Minimize the impact you may run your water for a few minutes prior to use, this may help in the reduction of the odour.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the temporary earthy odor and slight taste in our tap water. Your health and safety remain our highest priority, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time. We value open and transparent communication with our community.
We understand the importance of keeping you informed about any changes or issues related to your tap water. Rest assured that we are actively monitoring the situation and will provide updates, as necessary.
Director of Public Works
Town of Fairview