Cold Lake and municipal governments from northeast Alberta are lobbying for infrastructure improvements from the province for Highway 28. The idea is to get it in the ear of Minister of Transportation Ric McIver over the next few years for funding allocation of roads in the northeast. Cold Lake mayor Craig Copeland was recently in Edmonton to pitch the idea to McIver and said it all about a seed
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saying it would be nice to get some of the money back flowing into infrastructure roads for this whole north east area here. the province has no funds allocated for Highway 28 improvements. Cold Lake and neighbouring municipalities are banding together and recently supported a letter to advocate Highway 28 on the province priority list for upgrading from Steve Upham, reeve of the county of Puma Shoes Long
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Mayor Copeland and members of the council who attended were able to learn and network with other municipality leaders across the province. It also gave the city council an opportunity to be together and speak about different matters in the city.
Last week was the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) annual convention in Calgary.
couple of the areas we have concern around are traffic coming in from Highway 63 down on to 28 that flows into Edmonton, said Copeland, adding that the province is twinning Highway 63 so an area to look at is twinning the interchange on Highway 28 all to Edmonton. Twinning increases the capacity of an existing road.
growing population so we feel that we meet all the requirements of a new school. So we were there just to have a presence and to say, forget about us. city has high hopes that in spring 2014, when the province announces the new schools being built, Cold Lake Elementary will be one of them.
During Mayor Craig Copeland time in Edmonton, he was able to briefly speak with Alberta minister of education Jeff Johnson to lobby for a new Cold Lake Elementary School.
the mayors and reeves along Highway 28 are all in unanimous support for the number one infrastructure project in north eastern Alberta, Copeland said.
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said since 2005, more than $350 million has been invested to twin Highway 63 between Grasslands and Fort McMurray in an approximately $1 billion, 11 year investment. Completion is estimated for fall 2016.
current school) is old, and it has a lot of issues in regards to the building itself, Copeland said.
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we trying to do is Puma Shoes Brown get positioned into the provincial capital plan, Copeland said. the province releases its budget in March or April 2014, they vision out the next three years for capital projects so you try to lobby and plan somewhere in the three years. Copeland wasn able to speak directly to McIver, he did sit down with senior members of McIver staff and outline the concern for Highway 28 and area. At a minimum, the city would like to see passing lines on Highway 28 considered as an option.
There is also concern for secondary highways in the area that the municipalities would like to see improvements to, such as Highway 881 and passing lines going from Cold Lake to Bonnyville.
are just saying to the province there close to $2 billion in revenue coming in from this area alone to the province in royalties and corporate tax, Copeland said.
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