Press Release - Whitecourt Town Council Update September 28, 2021
Whitecourt Town Council has approved a street closure request from the Whitecourt Indigenous Friends Society for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Walk on the morning of September 30. A procession will begin at the Whitecourt & District Public Library, walk through downtown, and end in Rotary Park. A number of activities will then take place in Rotary Park from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and details can be found on the Whitecourt Indigenous Friends Society’s Facebook page.
Whitecourt Town Council has updated the Council Committee policy and is now recruiting for public appointments to a variety of Boards. Share your voice and help shape our community by applying to serve on a Council Committee. Information on public appointment vacancies can be found on www.whitecourt.ca/Government/How-to-Get-Involved.
Whitecourt Town Council has completed its review of the Policy Manual, and adopted a revised copy in its entirety. A copy of the Manual is available on www.whitecourt.ca/Reports.
Whitecourt and Woodlands County are currently conducting a voluntary arbitration process to complete the Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework. Council has approved the allocation of $50,000 from the GST Partnership Reserve for expenses related to this process. Information on the arbitration process is available on Whitecourt's website at www.whitecourt.ca/Government/Intermunicipal-Agreements.