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Letter to Residents from Reeve Ungarian

See the April 3rd, 2020 message below from Reeve Ungarian to County residents below:
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County Office & Facilities now Closed to the Public

Effective Wednesday, March 25th all County facilities are CLOSED to the public. County of Northern Lights Council made this decision with the health and safety of staff and residents in mind. The Keg River Landfill and Potable Water Truck-fill stations remain OPEN.
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Support for Businesses During COVID-19

The Government of Canada is taking immediate, significant and decisive action to support Canadian businesses facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID-19 (Corona Virus) Information for Residents

ALL travelers who returned to Alberta from outside Canada on or after March 12th are required to self-isolate immediately, for 14 days, and monitor for symptoms.
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Road Bans in Effect

Effective Wednesday, April 8th, 2020, there will be a 75% road ban in effect on all local gravel roads within in the County of Northern Lights. Road Ban is in place 10:00 am to 10:00 pm until further notice. 100% Hauling from 10:00 pm to 10:00 am on frost conditions. 
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North Star Playground & Outdoor Rink: CLOSED

Due to the current outbreak of COVID-19, the North Star Playground & Outdoor Rink are CLOSED until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Community Capital Assistance Program (CCAP) Grant Applications Now Open.

The County of Northern Lights is now accepting applications for the Community Capital Assistance Program (CCAP). The Grant is to provide financial assistance to recreation and/or cultural groups that require funding to construct, renovate or upgrade new/existing capital facilities and/or structures. 
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Dust Control Applications

The County of Northern Lights is now taking applications for Calcium Chloride dust suppression from County residents until Thursday, April 30, 2020. Application forms are available from the County office. The cost of Calcium Chloride will be $600 or $540 for seniors per 200 metres of road, payable to the County and must accompany the application. The County will not invoice for dust control.  No late applications will be accepted. The County reserves the right to continue to maintain the roads where dust control products have been applied. This may include regular grading, application of water, and reworking the road as necessary.
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