Get Out! – September 2020

It’s unmistakable! The heavier dews, the flowers now in bloom, the angle of the sun and the shortening days are all telling us that summer is coming to an end. Last month’s excellent column by Dennis Vanderspek dealt with heavenly things, this month’s brings us down to earth again. My… Continue reading

Tree Replacement Policy Updated

Following up on a request from the February 18th Council meeting, Director of Planning Karen Ellis presented a proposal for an updated and strengthened Municipal Tree Replacement policy at the most recent Council meeting.   The objective was to recognize and protect the important tree canopies on municipal lands, and ensure… Continue reading

Emergency Repairs on Station Trail Complete

The sudden appearance of sinkholes under the former railway line along Station Trail left two sections of the trail unstable and unsafe for public use.  Extensive repair work is now complete and the $18,332 expense was funded through a transfer from the Parkland Reserve Account. Users in that area should… Continue reading

“SPLASH! Art Contest”

Trout Unlimited Millbrook is hosting the “SPLASH! ART CONTEST”, which is an opportunity for children to draw, photograph, or write about their interactions with our local streams this summer Trout Unlimited Millbrook has prizes available for a number of participants, and the top three submissions will be published in the… Continue reading