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Alberta Campground Virtual Open House Wrapping Up

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The Sundre town in Alberta, Canada, is looking for input about the proposed four-season campground and passive use recreation area’s conceptual plan for the east end of town, a report said.

Residents will have until noon on October 12 to finish the virtual open house announced on the town’s website on September 30 and advertised on the municipality’s full-page ad in the September 28 edition of The Albertan. Residents are also encouraged to submit feedback to [email protected]

Although a public open house was initially planned for the summer, due to the pandemic, in-person events were postponed. There were also other initiatives to consult the community.

The eastside campground, the passive use recreation area plan, and the concept phasing plans are available on the town’s website.

Les and Lynne McKenzie formerly owned the 37.5-acre parcel under a holding company known as Ellithorpe Holdings Ltd., which the municipality bought the property from for less than half the appraised worth.

It is located south and east of Fountain Tire off of Highway 27 that runs through the hill’s bottom leading to Sundre.

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