News & Notices
The Province wide fire ban has been lifted for all areas south of Highway 1. Burn permits can be obtained from the County Fire Chief of your local Fire Chief. Burning is prohibited if winds exceed 15km/hr. Fines of up to $1000 and all costs incurred with fighting the fire can be issued if people are burning without a permit or during a ban at any time. Class A combustibles are the only items allowed to be burned in the county which include Brush and fallen trees, used power and telephone poles that do not contain preservatives, wood or wood products not containing preservatives such as creosote, pentachlorophenol, CCA, etc., solid waste from tree harvesting, straw, stubble, grass, weeds, leaves and tree pruning’s, solid waste from post and pole operations that does not contain wood preservatives. For more information please refer to www.albertafirebans.ca
Protective Services Coordinator
County of Forty Mile No. 8
Check out the updated Guide to County Services pamphlet located under forms in the quicklinks.
The County of Forty Mile would like to Congratulate this years recipients of Long Service Awards.
From Left to Right: Wes Hollingsworth – 30 Years of Service, T.J. Stromsmoe – 15 Years of Service, Ray Rumpel – 9 Years of Service, Blaine Bohnet – 30 Years of Service, Stacey Kultgen – 15 Years of Service, Jeff Karl – 9 Years of Service, Dave Kochis – 9 Years of Service.
Missing from Photo: Robert Karl – 35 Years of Service, Robert Lanz – Retiring with 20 Years of Service or more, Sharon Burgess – Retiring with 35 Years of Service or more, Byron Karl – Retiring with 35 Years of Service or more, James Pozdnekoff – Retiring with 35 Years of Service or more, and Richard Peterson – Retiring with 35 Years of Service or more.
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