The city recently released feedback from the ongoing community information sessions about the development of the former St. John’s school site on 120 Street.
The What We Heard Report gives a summary of recent sessions.
PS: we also hope you received the latest Chanticleer newsletter.
Halloween is coming!
We are on the Oliver Community League map of places handing out treats again this year.
How can you help?
Contribute candy and/or help hand out treats on Wednesday Oct 31 from 4 PM – 9 PM.
If you are interested, please drop off treats ahead of time or at 4 pm October 31.
Contact: Lori Unit #5
Thanks from Lori, to all who participated in the courtyard market yesterday. Hope to see more out next time. The social was fun, as always. Special thanks to Yassin for getting the BBQ. Hope you enjoy the rest of summer and stay tuned for Fall/Winter events. We look forward to seeing you there.
#AmazingOliver is holding weekly picnics on in the various parks around our neighbourhood every Thursdays! Come meet your neighbours, renew your OCL membership, toss a frisbee, bring a snack, or have a nap– anything goes at a picnic! We’ll have lemonade for you & your friends. First one is this Thursday, August 20 at Paul Kane Park.
A friendly reminder for the safety of all. Please ensure any guests or residents who smoke in your suite or balcony are aware that containers with potting soil are NOT suitable for cigarette disposal.
Saturday, August 25, the Board is inviting everyone to come on down to the courtyard.
Afternoon yard sale: for residents, owners, family & friends. NOT open to the public. Please contact Lori in Unit 5 if you want to set up a sale table for household goods or small business items.
Potluck BBQ starting at 5pm: Bring your own beverage and something to throw on the grill plus an appie, salad or dessert to share. Yes, we are bringing in a BBQ for the occasion!
Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy the new gazebo and our lovely courtyard. No, the gazebo isn’t off-centre, just the angle of my photo.
The Alberta government has published an important survey with a deadline for response of July 31. You don’t have to answer every question, or finish the survey in one sitting. There is also space to write comments and suggest alternatives and solutions.
The results of this survey will affect the new condominium regulations and all condo owners. Although many changes are welcome and important, some have the potential to inflict unrealistic expectations and heavy administration costs on condominium corporations. This is not light summer reading but it is important.
The Canadian Condominium Institute Northern Alberta Chapter recently held an information session and has provided the slides with commentary and concerns. Please read, consider and respond to the survey before July 31.
If you feel you don’t have enough time to consider these changes and their consequences, please at least let Service Alberta know that by your comments in the survey. You could also contact our MLA, David Shepherd.
There are many questions about these regulations. Here are a few to consider: