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s more than 100 ball-capped supporters of Lakesides Green’s effort to develop property on the course filed up to the microphone during an open house meeting this week, one had to wonder when the course will gain approval to construct the homes. This is the second time a majority has spoken at a golf course open house The McBean Boys — Lloyd and former NHL’r Wayne, as they were called at the meeting — are seeking roughly $2 million from the sale of land, which would include construction of 18 villas and five estate homes within the present golf course boundaries. “Without a doubt this is a very contentious issue,” said Mayor Patricia Matthews. Lloyd McBean said the golf course brought 145 “Support Lakeside Greens” caps and “we handed out 128 of them.” Coun. Tim Reid, suggested part way through the meetin that those wearing the hats each approach the microphone to state their name and address as a method of being counted and recognized at the open house. They certainly were the visible majority, as the PR stunt became a coup. This is twice council has sponsored open houses concerning land re-designation at the golf course. Hardly a dozen — many visibly nervous — stood up to state their cases against the proposed project. Many of the arguments were simply NIMBY and personal in nature. However, it is understandable they would be collectively upset. Originally the Lakeside Greens Development Agreement allowed for 407 housing units, which were voluntarily dropped to 288 larger lots, to meet market demand at the time. At present, 245 have been constructed and the partnership holds if further development is not allowed, the way it operates here will be changed. The golf course is the largest private employer in the municipality and one of the strongest magnets along with the lake in attracting growth in the community. Sadly a number of supporters pointed out that portions of the course are in disrepair. “It’s true,” said Lloyd McBean. “I can’t argue with that and it is directly related to money. This money (from the land sale) will be used to better the course for now and the future.” Council also learned should it deny a green light on the project, it could be contractually on the hook to repay the partnership more than $100,000. After two open houses where support has been conclusively on the side of the golf course partnership, it’s time council passes the land redesignation into law.

WHAT ABOUT BLAHBLAHBLAH Dear editor: As a former member of the now disbanded Chestermere Town Recycling Committee, I know many citizens supported the 2007 Chestermere Three Phase Concept Plan for Recycling. Fifty-one percent said yes to curbside recycling and 49 percent to drop off bins in the 2006 census. Then in 2009 we got our new Municipal Development Plan. The MDP states Chestermere supports incorporating green building standards, minimiz[ing] foot-

prints, [having] clean low-impact businesses and green technology; being environmentally conscious [natural wetland area within the town], and [will] “seek to reduce creation of waste materials” pp 6, 7, 8, 25, 34 of MDP. Reading these documents together I proposed Dec. 9, 2009 Chestermere adopt a Zero Waste Policy. This would put to practice what the MDP states. It would require revisiting the 2007 Three Phase Recycling Concept Plan and either continuing with it or moving on with a new waste reduction

and management plan. Just as the MDP says, it is imperative for the healthy future of our town that citizens encourage a consciousness of waste reduction in Chestermere and purposeful use of the waste we do create. Phases II & III of the plan had curbside pick up and a recovery facility. What has happened to this initiative? Zero Waste is an ideal. We must aim high with a strong and

clear message. Landfill sites are limited, and it will cost more and more every year to use Calgary’s site as our tipping fees continue to escalate. Reducing waste can save us money. When a candidate knocks on your door, ask them their opinion on a Zero Waste philosophy and vote for the ones who are interested in taking a stand and moving forward. Jen Peddlesden Chestermere

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40:36.80 Richard Russ of Calgary finished second with a time of Russell McLellan shaved just 42:52.65 while a considerably over two minutes off his Loop younger Shawn Vording of ChesAround the Lake 11.2K run this termere clocked in at 42:55.30. year to again be the first to finish. Al Barr of Okotoks came The Chestermere runner took in first in the 5.2 K run with a first overall with a time of 38:10.85 23:06.60 run; Matthew Wright of compared to his time last year of Chestermere placed second at 25:08.65 and Drumheller’s Sam Brown third, at 30:07.65. One-hundredsixteen folks participated in the run this year compared to last year’s 77 run- Al Barr comes over the line to finish ners in a race with only have raised about $7,000,” said Berthe 11.2K run offered. nard Maillet, run organizer. Maillet Maillet expanded the is hoping within 10 years to raise run format to include a $100,000 for the Chestermere Public 5.2K this year and a 1K Library. With this year’s race his House Also Available kids’ run total is creeping towards $14,000. All sponsorship is The runner is working out not yet in. A yoga class details to bring a triathalon to dedicated to raising Chestermere during its annual funds for charity that Water Festival. Maillet has mapped this month is raising the routes for each of the three for the race, still has events, but now has to approach one class to hold. municipal, provincial and federal “I would think we authorities for permission. “It’s a

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And fun was had by all Counter clockwise from below left: Battle of the Bands competitor, Russell Elliott, puts on a show with Seven Year From Yesterday, Lily Johnston, 4, takes a break from picking candy along the parade route to share a laugh with one of the many mascots, Bill Murray gets a good piece of the ball for his team, the Two Inch Cleats, during the weekends 16-team ball tourney, quilt judges Brenda Tower, (l), and Rosemary Comstock (r) scrutinize an entry, Peter Kelly of Clan Maxwell, blows a tune on his bagpipes while Ariel Guimond of the Chestermere High School Band plays her violin. At centre is long time fair participant and Parade Marshall, Dorothy Langair.


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here have been a number of movies based on the Robin Hood legend over the years. I have seen 1938’s The Adventures of Robin Hood on late night television several times and I have always thought Errol Flynn was charming, athletic and dashing in the role. As far as Kevin Costner’s role in 1991’s ill-advised Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves the less said the better. Now we have Russell Crowe glowering his way through the role of the fabled English outlaw in ROBIN HOOD (156 mins. Rated 14A). The Rotten Tomatoes website which polls reviews by various critics gives the film a failing grade. Of 216

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However, King John, the English monarch who usually figures as the villain (played here by Oscar Isaac) is not the principal baddie in this film and the Sheriff of Nottingham character (played by Matthew Mcfadyen) is reduced to a cameo role. The guy to watch out for in this version is a lethally ambitious English nobleman named Godfrey (Mark Strong) who is in league with villainous French agents who need his help to invade England. The film starts during the time of the 12th century Crusades with Robin serving under King Richard the Lionhearted (Danny Huston) in his doomed attempt to conquer the Middle East and slowly makes its way to England where Robin first meets Lady Marion Loxley (Cate Blanchett) and Friar Tuck

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(Mark Addy) and the battle lines are drawn between our hero and his friends and Godfrey and his minions. This is not the bold mischievous scoundrel played by Flynn although the actor’s portrayal suited the nature of that movie which was basically a Saturday matinee version of the legend. In this film Robin has little to be merry about. The English people are reeling from heavy taxes and have virtu-

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than wait patiently at home like female characters in more traditional action movies.) Strong is reliably sinister in the role of the villainous Godfrey. Director Ridley Scott (reteaming with Gladiator star Crowe) brings a cinematic widescreen drama to the battle scenes while lensing the more intimate fight scenes with his patented elan. OLDE ENGLISH ADVENTURE EPIC RATING: 4 Arrows Out of 5

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