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Sundre council approves rodeo association’s annual noise relaxation request

Sundre Pro Rodeo sought permission for traditional fireworks display and outdoor entertainment
MVT fireworks Canada Day file photo
Sundre council approved on June 13 during a regular meeting an annually recurring request from the Sundre Rodeo & Race Association to relax the municipality's noise bylaw for the coming weekend's Sundre Pro Rodeo. File photo/MVP Staff

SUNDRE — Council has approved a recurring request submitted by the Sundre Rodeo & Race Association to relax the municipality’s noise bylaw for the coming weekend’s rodeo performances and entertainment.

The Sundre Pro Rodeo starts this Friday with the final performances happening Sunday.

Linda Nelson, chief administrative officer, told council on June 13 during a regular meeting that the association was once again seeking its annual exemption to the noise bylaw for a period not to exceed the period between Friday, June 24 to Sunday, June 26.

Nelson added that once the municipality’s new community standards bylaw has been approved, such recurring items will no longer need to come before council.

However, since that bylaw is not yet in place, she added the noise relaxation request sill required a specific council motion.

Council proceeded to unanimously carry a motion to that effect.



Simon Ducatel

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Simon Ducatel joined Mountain View Publishing in 2015 after working for the Vulcan Advocate since 2007, and graduated among the top of his class from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology's journalism program in 2006.
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