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The Alberta Young Speakers for Agriculture has announced the winners for its second annual public speaking competition for Albertan youth to share their passion about the agricultural industry. The competition was held July 12 during the Calgary Stampede and offered youth ages 11-24 an opportunity to share their views in a speech on a topic important to Albertan and Canadian agriculture.
Village of Holden Council passed the 2017 Budget at their June 19th regular meeting.
Total Assessment has increased, therefore the Mill Rate decreased. Due to an overall correction and adjustments in property assessment, the lower tax rate will have a varied affect on individual property taxes.
When reviewing your Notice, keep in mind that the assessed value of your property should reflect the actual market value (i.e. the price you would hope to receive if you sold the property).
Financial Statements for 2016 are now available on line or can be picked up at the Village office during business hours.
Council passed first reading of the Public Behaviour Bylaw at the April 18/17 regular meeting and second reading in May.
Council has received mixed reaction from the public to the concept of the bylaw, so will defer a final decision until they have an opportunity to discuss this further at an open house.
A copy of the bylaw is attached below.