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Lawsuit a non-factor in Arlington vote

Monday’s public hearing into the Arlington Drive affordable housing issue began with Mayor Nolan Crouse questioning whether the city could proceed with the hearing given that a group of Akinsdale residents filed a lawsuit against the city last

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Race is on for city council, school trustees

The race is on for seats on St. Albert's city council and both school boards. Two people are seeking the mayor's chair, incumbent Nolan Crouse and challenger Shelley Biermanski.

Live blog from Arlington Drive public hearing

A proposed affordable housing development on 70 Arlington Dr. will be the focus of discussions when council resumes the public hearing at 5 p.m. on Sept. 20.

Sturgeon race draws small pack

Sturgeon County Mayor Don Rigney will serve another term after being acclaimed as mayor on Monday. Rigney will not be alone as Coun. Karen Shaw, Coun. Don McGeachy and Coun. Tom Flynn will also receive another term without having to run a campaign.

Morinville draws full field of candidates

After an acclamation three years ago, the race for Morinville town council is much healthier this time around with two candidates running for mayor and a 10-way race for council.

Habitat project headed for another public hearing

A controversial affordable housing project proposed for Akinsdale could proceed with 24 units but the issue will go through another public hearing several months from now before anything is built.

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Arlington hearing still a go

A public hearing into the affordable housing proposal for 70 Arlington Dr. is scheduled to proceed as planned on Monday, despite the filing of a lawsuit this week that’s aimed at stopping the rezoning process.

Akinsdale residents file legal claim to block Arlington project

A group of Akinsdale residents is suing the city in the hope of preventing the rezoning of a land parcel at the centre of a controversial affordable housing project.