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eading the Rimbey Review over the last couple of weeks, I was a bit intrigued to learn of a number of questionable decisions made by the mayor and council.
Who will we elect to take care of the town’s affairs?
It is time to start thinking about it.
I feel it is time for me to no longer be “the silent type.” It is very disturbing to me that some people feel that the local newspaper is to be the means of launching a personal attack, via a letter writing campaign
It’s the voters who must decide at the next election if the salaries that the council members have awarded themselves are truly reasonable and justified
ayor Dale Barr has apparently promoted or elevated his position to full-time status, (seemingly with increased compensation) without any formal approval.
The past president of the Bluffton and District Chamber of Commerce is to be lauded for time and effort put into re-vitalizing the Centennial Rock site on Highway 20.
Where is the truck currently stored, and what is currently being done to it?
This letter is in reference to your article in the July 27 issue of the Rimbey Review, titled, “Speed limits cause concern.”
I wish to question how the town spends my tax dollars.
I have spotted in town this pair of Eurasian collared doves
I would like to correct the Bluffton & District Chamber of Commerce on another error that was apparent to me, in the Letter to the Editor in the June 29 edition of the Rimbey Review.
If it is not my right as a taxpayer to question the mayor’s spending then whose right is it?
The Alberta Press Council is seeking a new public member for the AWNA readership area.
Why are consumers expected to pay for the building of transmission lines when the profit from these lines will only be realized by AltaLink?
Canada’s economic strength throughout the global economic recession has other countries turning to our prime minister for leadership on economic and financial matters.
our May 25 story states that AltaLink is working to improve the transparency process. In my opinion, and without prejudice, I consider this to be pathetic reporting.
n the interest of balanced reporting and the right of all persons to expect honesty and truth from our municipal government, I wish to challenge Ponoka County’s version of events.
The PC government’s recent decision to extend the terms of our current senators in waiting, whose term expires in October 2010, is an affront to democracy and undermines Alberta’s tradition of democratically electing Senate nominees.
As our community shows its appreciation for volunteers this Volunteer Week, we of the Beatty Heritage Society would like to acknowledge the contribution toward the preservation of Rimbey's heritage house of Alvina Grumbach, who died recently at the age of 92.
Dear Editor:The Rimbey Volunteer Week Committee will be out in full force…