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The Heritage Resources Committee (HRC) advises Council on matters relating to historical resources, and municipal heritage policies and programs; encourages and advocates for the preservation and safeguarding of significant historical structures and sites; investigates and supports ways to document or protect heritage material that is not structural or tied to a specific property; and educates and engages M.D. of Bighorn residents and other parties regarding the value of remembering and celebrating history, historic structures, places and events, and heritage in general.
We're kicking off another sustainability innovation and you're invited to join the conversation! Our Exshaw plant, located in Alberta's Rocky Mountains, has begun the implementation of a new low carbon fuels system - rerouting waste from our landfills and providing cleaner air, stronger partnerships, and another step towards our Net Zero goals.
Join the CEO & President of Lafarge Western Canada, Brad Kohl, along with our Head of Sustainability, Cailee Ellis as they host a presentation and Q&A session with our partners:
Alec McDougall of ECCO Recycling
Sophie Wu, Head of North America - Geocycle
Along with residents, partners, and members of the community. A brief explanation will be followed by a Q&A session with our panel. We can't wait to connect with you! An in-person event will be held in Spring 2022.
BYLAW NO. 21-Z/21, A BYLAW TO AMEND THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF BIGHORN LAND USE BYLAW (REDISTRICT THE NW SEC. 24, TWP. 26, RGE. 7, W5M FROM AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION DISTRICT - AC TO SMALL HOLDINGS DISTRICT - SH)
MD Council meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month beginning at 9:00 am.
Formed pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) considers and makes decisions on development permit applications, acts as the municipality’s subdivision approving authority, and provides advice to Council on planning and development related matters. Due to the semi-judicial nature of the subject matters and possible litigious action that may fall out of decisions from certain bodies, the unadopted minutes for the Municipal Planning Commission shall not be posted on the web-site.
The Municipal Excellence Committee (MEC) reviews and considers changes to staff remuneration policies, recognising market conditions, changing work expectations, productivity merit and inflationary factors; and further recognises, in appropriate fashion, outstanding contributions from staff, board/committee/ commission members and volunteers.
The Streets and Roads Committee reviews and considers changes to existing MD policies with respect to streets and roads, and conditions thereto, and works towards the completion of a long-range transportation network plan, and/or a Roads Master Plan, using professional assistance when required.