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    Another 2% Tax Cut for Chestermere


    Posted Tuesday, December 3, 2019

    Christmas came early for Chestermere residents as City Council passed a 2% tax cut as part of the 2020 budget. The decision means that residents will receive a municipal tax cut for the second year in a ro... Read on...
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    Mayor’s Breakfast Speech Outlines Plans for 2020


    Posted November 28, 2019
    Earlier this morning, the Chestermere Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Mayor’s breakfast. Mayor Marshall Chalmers covered the highlights of 2019 and outlined some plans City Council has for 2020... Read on...
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    Another Tax Cut! Draft budget proposes 2% reduction


    Posted November 13, 2019

    At Tuesday evening’s Committee of the Whole Meeting of Council, the draft operating and capital budget for 2020 were presented. The draft budget proposes a 2% cut to property taxes. Read on...
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    Kids’ Holiday Store encourages children to shop for a good cause this season


    Posted November 12, 2019
    On December 14, children ages 4 and up from all over Chestermere and the surrounding area can line up to see what is new and exciting at the Kids’ Holiday Store! Find out how you can donate... Read on...
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    City to explore options to purchase Recreation Centre lands


    Posted November 6, 2019
    Last night at the regular meeting of Council, a resolution was made to direct City staff to explore options for an offer to purchase the Chestermere Regional Recreation Centre (CRRC) lands... Read on...
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    Township Road 240 reopens to the public on Thursday, November 7 at noon


    Posted November 5, 2019
    Paving of Township Road 240, Range Road 282 and the new Kinniburgh Bridge is now complete and the area will officially reopen to the public on Thursday, November 7 at noon. Read on...
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    November Mayor's Message: Halfway Point Reflections


    Posted November 4, 2019
    Last month, we acknowledged that it was two years since we were sworn into office as your new City Council. We are very proud of all we have accomplished in the past 24 months. Every once in a while, it’s... Read on...
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    We’ve ‘Bin’ Listening: Black Garbage Carts are Coming Next Week!


    Posted October 15, 2019
    In response to customer feedback, and to improve collector safety, the City is providing black garbage carts to all homes at no additional cost. Residents can expect to receive their new cart the week of October 21... Read on...
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    Chestermere explores the sale of City Hall property


    Posted October 10, 2019

    "“We are serious about looking into every opportunity to increase our non-residential tax base,” says Mayor Marshall Chalmers. “City Hall sits on a highly desirable piece of lakefront property and we gain no... Read on...
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