The objective of the Farm Family Awards is to recongnize outstanding farm familes in an area north of Township 34. The Farm Family Awards honor those who best exemplify the value of the family farm to our rural communities and society by being leaders in the industry.
The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) recently published a notification in central east area newspapers that AESO intends to file a Needs Identification Document (NID) Application with the Alberta Utilities Commission on or after March 18, 2020 for the approval of the Central East Transfer-out (CETO) Transmission Development.
To view the full notice of filing, which is posted on the AESO’s website please click here, or visit the AESO’s website at www.aeso.ca and follow the path Stakeholder Engagement > Transmission Projects > Central East Transfer-out Transmission Development.
Once filed, the NID Application will be posted on the AESO website at the path noted above.
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Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO)
|Location:||Range Road 171, North of Highway 12, Stettler County, AB|
|Legal Land Description and Acreage:||Plan 0924620, Block 1, Lot 1: 10.00 acres, sub div of SW25-38-17 W4|
|Registered Owners:||County of Paintearth No. 18|
Disclaimer Notice: County has no reserve bid on this County-owned land and reserves the right to reject any or all public bids and to waive irregularities and informalities at its sole discretion. The County reserves the right to accept a bid other than the highest-priced bid without stating reasons. By the act of submitting its bid, the bidder waives the right to contest in any legal proceeding or action, against the right of the County to sell County land to whomever it chooses, in its sole and unfettered discretion, and for whatever reasons the County deems appropriate. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the County may consider other factors besides the price that it deems in its sole discretion to be relevant to its decision. The County and the successful bidder will each be responsible for their own legal fees. Tenderers must rely on their own research of the lands, and the County makes no warranties or representations in regard to the lands.
Restrictions: Purchaser is responsible for all costs related to the provision of, and connection services and infrastructure, where applicable. Certain restrictions may apply in the case of developments including private septic systems, as per Safety Code regulations. Please refer to applicable Safety Code standards when considering any developments on this property.
Deposit of 10% must accompany bids in the form of certified cheque or bank draft, made out to the County of Paintearth
Submission Deadline: Bids due in sealed envelopes at the County Office on March 31, 2020 by 12 p.m.
The balance of the Tender price shall be paid by July 2, 2020
Please address all submissions to the care of:
Michael Simpson Chief Administrative Officer,
Re: Plan 0924620 B1 L1 of SW25 – 38 – 17 W4 (10 acres) Public Tender
Opening Date: Tenders will be opened at the County Office on April 2 at 12:30 p.m.
Council Review: Tenders will be reviewed by Council during the April 7, 2020 Regular Council Meeting.
The County of Paintearth is announcing the “going live” of a new website designed to feature the Crowfoot Crossing Industrial Park located at the intersection of Highways 36 & 12. CROWFOOTCROSSING.CA will be the main tool that the County can use in pointing developers to the region’s information about traffic, logistics, and benefits of locating in a rural area.
As the County pursues future tenants to purchase lots within the park, this online information repository is aimed at being a one-stop-shop for prospective clients in the heavy transport, plant protein, hospitality, and agricultural services fields. Combined with extensive vehicle count statistics, CROWFOOTCROSSING.CA is positioning itself where “Haul Roads Lead Here” and directional catch phrases such as “Fort Mac to Fort Worth” and “Red Deer to Saskatoon” and many points in between.
With nearly 5,000 vehicles a day traversing the intersection of Hwys 12 & 36, the County hopes to bring a focus back to the benefits of rural Alberta, and what we have to offer. For more information, please visit CROWFOOTCROSSING.CA.