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  • Burning Permits

    The County of Forty Mile No. 8 wishes to remind all County residents that Burning Permits are required from April 1 to October 31, 2014.  Documents must be signed by the person requesting the permit for any type of outdoor fire or the use of Fire Works.

    There is no fee for a Permit.

    Burning Permits can be obtained from the following Fire Guardians:

     NATHAN COTÉ, County Fire Chief – 403-867-3530 (Cell No. 403-647-7675)

    ERIC BIANCHI, Aden Fire Chief – 403-344-4437

    KELLY BYAM, Bow Island Fire Chief  — 403-545-2424

    DAVE HARRISON, Burdett Fire Chief – 403-647-7219

    STACEY HARTY, Etzikom Fire Chief  — 403-666-3909

    MILES BEACOME, Foremost Fire Chief  — 403-867-3755    403-867-3530 (Work)

    JASON WALDNER, Kingslake Fire Chief  – 403-867-2268  Ext. 303

    NEVIN HEIDINGER, Manyberries Fire Chief – 403-868-2042

    MELVIN REIMER, Pendant d’ Oreille Fire Chief – 403-868-2004

    DALE BROWN, Administrator – County of Forty Mile No. 8 – 403-867-3530

    LYNN GESSER, Steno – County of Forty Mile No. 8 Office – 403-867-3530

    Failure to obtain a Burning Permit may result in prosecution, as well, you may be charged for the expenses incurred by the Fire Department responding.

    NATHAN COTÉ

    COUNTY FIRE CHIEF

    COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8

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  • Water Systems and Quality for Manyberries, Etzikom, Nemiscam and Skiff

    Important Notice

    Water Quality in Foremost, Manyberries, Etzikom, Nemiscam and Skiff and Surrounding Area

    Alberta Health Services, the Village of Foremost and the County of Forty Mile No. 8 are working together to raise awareness regarding high fluoride and other water quality issues in the above region.  The intent for this message is to create awareness to county residents, provide information on the long term potential health concerns with elevated fluoride in drinking water sources and to provide notification on the measures that the municipality is taking to resolve this issue in municipal systems.   In addition, this publication is to encourage testing for the public that may not have information regarding their own private water systems.

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    Click here to view important information about water quality in Manyberries, Etzikom, Nemiscam and Skiff

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