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Let’s Talk Budget 2019 — letstalkbeaumont.ca/budget It’s budget time again and Council is seeking your comments and feedback on the proposed budgets. Council will consider adopting the 2019 Capital, Operating and Utilities budgets on December 11 and we want to hear your opinion. A public Budget Workshop was held on October 25th, 26th and 27th (you can watch the recorded workshop video on beaumont.ab.ca/259). Following the workshops the Budget will be introduced to Council at their November 20th Committee of the Whole and then forwarded to regular Council Meeting on November 27th. Beaumont will host two open houses where residents will have an opportunity to review the budgets, provide input and ask questions. Dates, times and locations of the open houses are listed below.
Mayor John Stewart 780-293-5650
Budget Open Houses: Friday, November 30, 2018 Beaumont Community Centre 5204 50 Ave. Beaumont, AB T4X 1E3
MAYOR AND COUNCIL CONTACT INFORMATION
Monday, December 3, 2018 Ken Nichol Rec Centre 5303 50 St. Beaumont, AB T4X 1E5
Councillor Kathy Barnhart 780-721-5504
A summary of residents’ comments from the budget open houses will be presented at the December 11th Regular Council meeting, along with recommendations for the Proposed Schedule of Fees and Charges, as well as the Operating, Capital and Utility budgets. At that time Council may adopt the budgets, adjust and adopt, or defer the process to a subsequent meeting of Council. The budget open houses are your opportunity to view the proposed budgets and ask questions or get more details.
Councillor Bill Daneluik 587-357-5206 Councillor Perry Hendriks 780-929-5102 Councillor Sam Munckhof-Swain 780-690-0031 Councillor Martin Stout 780-904-9623 Councillor Steven vanNieuwkerk 780-991-0871
The budget open houses will detail the initiatives and projects Beaumont plans to undertake in 2019. The proposed budgets will be posted online at letstalkbeaumont.ca/budget and on beaumont.ab.ca/259. As always, please contact your elected officials or town staff should you need additional details.
Email links for Mayor and Council are online at beaumont.ab.ca/council
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Mayor John Stewart
Councillor Kathy Barnhart
Councillor Bill Daneluik
Councillor Perry Hendriks
Councillor Councillor Sam Munckhof- Martin Stout Swain
Councillor Steven vanNieuwkerk
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Beaumont Sport and Recreation Centre Ground Breaking of healthy lifestyles, and I am I’m confident that the expansion and modernization of Beaumont Sports and Recreation Centre is an important step for not only Beaumont’s future but this region’s future. We are working together to improve our whole area’s livability and affordable recreation destination for area families,” said Mayor John Stewart, Town of Beaumont. “We will continue to collaborate to ensure we provide right services at the right time, to the residents of our community and Beaumont,” said Mayor Tanni Doblanko, County of Leduc.
On October 12, 2018 Mayor John Stewart (Beaumont), Mayor Tanni Doblanko (Leduc County) and Honourable Shaye Anderson (Minister Municipal Affairs) officially broke ground on the new Beaumont Sports and Recreation Centre (BSRC). “Recreation Centre are hubs of the community, places where families gather, friends meet and children learn skills that they’ll carry with them for their whole lives. Construction of Beaumont Sport and Recreation Centre will allow residents to engage in regular sports and physical activities, promoting the adoption
Located at 5001 Rue Eaglemont, adjacent to the existing Aqua-Fit pool, the new, BSRC will have a NHL sized ice surface, indoor fieldhouse, high school gymnasium, climbing wall and suspended running track for youth. Construction for the expansion and modernization of BSRC started on October 1, 2018, with an expected completion date in mid-July 2020. Beaumont Council approved $29.5 million dollar budget towards the expansion and modernization of BSRC. For more information on the Beaumont Sports and Recreation Centre project, please visit letstalkbeaumont.ca/BSRC.
Edmonton Metropolitan Region united by transit model Residents and businesses in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region are a step closer to a more convenient and integrated transit service between all 13 communities and counties as a result of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed Oct. 11, 2018 to explore how to establish a Regional Transit Services Commission. The MOU outlines how the Edmonton Metropolitan Region partners could voluntarily work together to set up and operate inter-municipal routes, leaving local service with existing transit agencies. A Regional Transit Services Commission would provide more integrated and reliable movement between nearby communities than the current mix of transit services.
The Government of Alberta has provided $3.7 million to support behind-the-scenes work to set up the commission. The goal would be to have the new commission begin inter-municipal operation after 2020. For more information: edmonton.ca/projects_plans/transit/ regional-transit-services-commission.aspx
Beaumont Transit Scheduled Non-Operational Days for Beaumont Transit: • Tuesday, December 25, 2018 • Wednesday, December 26, 2018 • Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Important Waste Management Dates
Keep Hydrants Clear
No curbside collection on December 25, 2018, collection will occur on December 24, 2018 for Tuesday A and Tuesday B
EVERY SECOND COUNTS If there is a fire hydrant near your house, help keep it accessible this winter.
Christmas Tree Drop-Off Beaumont Operations Facilities, 24130 Township Road 510 Monday to Friday January 7-18, 2019 from 8:30 am-4:00 pm Saturday January 12, 2019 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
CLEAR–AWAY ZONE • Remove any snow and ice. • Clear one (1) meter 360° perimeter around the hydrant for firefighters to work. • Clear a path from hydrant to street.
Take time for emotional and mental wellness this Christmas.
GET OUTSIDE. TAKE A WALK, GO SLEDDING, CATCH SNOWFLAKES...
MAKE TIME FOR YOUR OWN SELF-CARE — EAT WELL, STOP, RELAX.
IF YOU FEEL LOST, LONELY OR NEED TO HEAR A VOICE... TALK TO SOMEONE, PLEASE!
FOCUS ON THE EXPERIENCES RATHER THAN ‘STUFF’. HUG, LAUGH, CAPTURE THE MOMENT.
24/7 SUPPORT LINE:
DON’T FEEL PRESSURED TO DO EVERYTHING. IT IS OK TO SAY NO.
Upcoming Events Brighten up Beaumont Friday November 30th Beaumont High School & Four Seasons Park 6:00pm-9:00pm Fireworks at 9pm over Don Sparrow Lake beaumont.ab.ca/events
Annual Residential Winter Lighting Contest The Town of Beaumont Promotions Committee invites you to show off your winter spirit! To nominate a house please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 780-929-2848 by December 4th. Judging will take place December 5th.
Free Public Skating KNRRC Arena 2 (upstairs arena) **Hockey helmets are mandatory for participants during all shinny hockey sessions, and strongly recommended for all other ice activities.**
November – December 2018 Sponsored by the Town of Beaumont Mondays, November 19 – December 17 6:00 pm-7:15 pm (No Skating Dec 24 & 31)
January – March 2019 Sponsored by the Town of Beaumont Mondays, January 7 – March 11 6:00 pm-7:15 pm
Sponsored by the Town of Beaumont Fridays, November 16 – December 21 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm (No Skating Dec 28)
Sponsored by the Town of Beaumont Fridays, January 4 – March 15 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Community Sponsored Public Skating Sundays, November 18 – December 23 12:45 pm – 2:00 pm (No Skating Dec 30)
Community Sponsored Public Skating Sundays, January 6 – March 17 12:45 pm – 2:00 pm
Drop-in Adult Shinny Hockey (HELMETS MANDATORY) Tuesdays & Fridays, November 16 – December 21 12:00 – 1:00 pm (No Shinny on Dec 25 & 28)
Drop-in Adult Shinny Hockey (HELMETS MANDATORY) Tuesdays & Fridays, January 4 – March 15 12:00 – 1:00 pm (No Shinny on Jan 1)