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LETTER: City trotting out another white elephant with MEC

LETTER: City trotting out another white elephant with MEC

"Putting the taxpayer in jeopardy by taking the fall financially if this does not pan out is fiscally irresponsible."
LETTER: Kenney shouldn't have a say in Senate vote

LETTER: Kenney shouldn't have a say in Senate vote

"The Alberta legislature has no right to unilaterally change federal constitutional arrangements."
Transparency is vital to a functioning democracy

Transparency is vital to a functioning democracy

"As we enter into a critical time in our city, province, and country, we as the ratepayers of the whole system must do everything we can to ask questions and search out the facts."
Let's choose governments with foresight, resolve on Sept. 20 and Oct. 18

Let's choose governments with foresight, resolve on Sept. 20 and Oct. 18

"Our two elections will challenge electees and electors in charting a critical course of action to guide us beyond public-health and economic challenges we have experienced."
Elected officials should run for the right reasons

Elected officials should run for the right reasons

"St. Albert is filled with residents who willingly already give much of their time, effort, knowledge, and talent for free, to causes and efforts they care about. These are the passionate stewards whose time, expertise, and energy will add immeasurable value on council in making decisions on behalf of taxpayers."
LETTER: Thank you for paid ad on city-run energy corporation

LETTER: Thank you for paid ad on city-run energy corporation

"The disturbing aspect regarding this matter is that citizens have done this due diligence rather than our elected council and paid administration."
LETTER: Questions raised require serious answers from city council

LETTER: Questions raised require serious answers from city council

"Do we, as taxpayers, want to be on the hook for this project without fully knowing the potential risks and the long-term liability associated with it?"
LETTER: Solar farm 'another scheme' just like Servus Place

LETTER: Solar farm 'another scheme' just like Servus Place

"The only way to put the brakes on would be to bring a petition to council, but I also remember the question about the library — it really did not matter what St. Albert people wanted."
LETTER: Postpone solar farm borrowing bylaw until after election

LETTER: Postpone solar farm borrowing bylaw until after election

"I'm tired of hearing the city manager and other city folks throwing out figures of the cost of land remediation that just don't make sense."
LETTER: Let's close door for good on city-owned corporation

LETTER: Let's close door for good on city-owned corporation

"Now we are back to face a solar farm with a debt proposal of $33.75 million over 20 years. We have not even paid off Servus Place, so watch your next 2022 annual Property Assessment and Tax notice with two debt proposals."
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