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Jack Farrell

Jack Farrell

Jack Farrell joined the St. Albert Gazette in May, 2022. Jack mainly covers city hall, but also covers community events, business, provincial matters, and more.

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Recent Work by Jack

Policing committee concerned about potential loss of complaints director position

Policing committee concerned about potential loss of complaints director position

“If the public complaints director position is erased, the public will have one less avenue available to voice their concerns to the [policing committee] and they would otherwise be directed to elevate their concerns elsewhere,” said RCMP detachment commander Insp. Ryan Comaniuk.
City accepting applications for street, neighbourhood name changes

City accepting applications for street, neighbourhood name changes

Applicants must provide a minimum of 50 signatures or letters of support
City sells 206 street lights to Fortis Alberta

City sells 206 street lights to Fortis Alberta

Sale nets the city about $540,000
Fun things to do in St. Albert this weekend

Fun things to do in St. Albert this weekend

St. Albertans can take in a concert, a playoff hockey game or two, and more this weekend.
Food bank sheltered 14 people during January cold stretch

Food bank sheltered 14 people during January cold stretch

Organization has seen steadily rising demand for services
St. Albert man facing 21 charges related to identity theft and fraud: RCMP

St. Albert man facing 21 charges related to identity theft and fraud: RCMP

Mounties have laid 21 charges against a St. Albert resident who allegedly used stolen identity documents and bank cards to make off with about $30,000.
Fountain Park Pool to be closed again this summer: City

Fountain Park Pool to be closed again this summer: City

The City of St. Albert announced this afternoon that Fountain Park Pool will be closed for much of the summer to address “deficiencies” from the 2022-2023 pool rehabilitation and repairs.
City seeks feedback on future Erin Ridge park

City seeks feedback on future Erin Ridge park

Open house to be held Wednesday evening at Servus Place
Council approves $150,000 remediation of dog beach 'mess'

Council approves $150,000 remediation of dog beach 'mess'

Heavy usage of Lacombe Lake dog beach has caused significant shoreline erosion, city staff say.
Urgent northeast servicing project could cost more than $60M

Urgent northeast servicing project could cost more than $60M

Work needed to address stormwater, sewage, water infrastructure
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