Market Access Network Calcium Base Stabilization
Calcium chloride base stabilization upgrades to Lethbridge County’s Market Access Network will begin shortly, stated a recent media release.
Gravel placement is scheduled to begin the first week of August on the roadways identified for upgrades to a calcium chloride base stabilization standard this year.
As hauling of gravel will begin shortly, traffic on Township Road 12-0 and Range Road 20-3 will increase for a short period.
Once gravel placement is complete, the county will begin the stabilization process. Motorists are advised to please follow detour signs placed around the construction zones.
A slight modification has been made to this year’s calcium chloride base stabilization plan.
Due to public feedback, calcium stabilization will be extended west by five miles on Township Road 12-0
City of Lethbridge and Lethbridge County Intermunicipal Development Plan
The City of Lethbridge and Lethbridge County share over 50 kilometres of border, according to a recent media release.
The activities of each municipality are inextricably linked and affect one another. Both municipalities are committed to working together to enhance co-operation and achieve co-ordination wherever possible so the effects both have on one another and on residents is positive.
The current Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP) was adopted by both the City of Lethbridge and County of Lethbridge municipal councils in August 2004.
In 2012, the Intermunicipal Committee (three elected officials from each municipality) and administration began reviewing and updating the plan.
A draft plan has been prepared and representatives from each municipality will be at two open houses in early August to explain the plan and gather public feedback.
The open house is being hosted as a drop-in format, so please feel free to arrive and leave at any time during the open houses. The open houses are being held Aug. 4 from 5-7 p.m. at the McNally Community Centre and Aug. 9 from 5-7 p.m. at the Coalhurst Community Centre.