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Grant cutbacks shouldn’t lead to tax increase, says Didsbury's mayor

Grant cutbacks shouldn’t lead to tax increase, says Didsbury's mayor

Council receives update on projected provincial Municipal Sustainability Initiative allocations
Didsbury Museum remains an important community asset

Didsbury Museum remains an important community asset

Historical society's president emphasizes importance of volunteers and fundraising during presentation to council
Didsbury grant program allocates $30,000-plus

Didsbury grant program allocates $30,000-plus

Funds disbursed to more than a dozen local community groups
Mountain View Colts fall to Cubs on the road

Mountain View Colts fall to Cubs on the road

Hockey squad still sits in fourth place
Cat, dog licence fee increases proposed

Cat, dog licence fee increases proposed

Administration recommended increasing the rates, which have remained unchanged since 2014
Mountain View Colts win big over Lomond

Mountain View Colts win big over Lomond

Didsbury-based team currently in fourth place in the north division of Heritage Junior B Hockey League
Didsbury Citizens on Patrol folds after 18 years

Didsbury Citizens on Patrol folds after 18 years

Group cites aging volunteer core and lack of new members as main reasons behind difficult but necessary decision
Didsbury veterans memorialized in banner project

Didsbury veterans memorialized in banner project

Ten more local and Didsbury-area veterans recognized and honoured this year
Didsbury deemed 'not at risk' municipality

Didsbury deemed 'not at risk' municipality

Tax rate indicator is triggered if a municipality collects less than 90 per cent of the property taxes levied; Didsbury's rate is 90.84 per cent
RCMP retroactive pay concerns municipalities

RCMP retroactive pay concerns municipalities

More than 19,000 regular RCMP service members will be receiving pay increases retroactive to 2017