Web Poll: How do you receive public information from the Town of Rimbey

Check out this week’s poll and tell us how you find out about public information from the town.

With the Town of Rimbey looking to change its advertising bylaw, we ask the question related to how readers get their news.

The below story has the information related to proposed changes as well as deadlines for written submissions and requests to speak at the public hearing.

Read More: Rimbey set to change advertising bylaw


Check our web poll out and tell us what you think.

As with any poll from the Rimbey Review, they are a way to engage with readers and get a feel for what residents want. They do not represent an official petition or plebiscite and do not represent the Town of Rimbey.

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