The Village of Milo 2017 Municipal Election candidates are”
Becoming an Elected Official is an excellent way to serve your community yet it requires a certain amount of time and effort. The information below outlines some of the expectations and requirements of Elected Officials in the Village of Milo.
Please note that every candidate should read and reference the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and the Local Authorities Election Act (LAEA) for all regulations. These documents can be found at:
Nomination Day is Monday, September 18, 2017 from 9am to noon. A candidate is required to bring their nomination papers with 5 signatures and a check or cash for $100.
There will be a forum sponsored by the Friends of the Milo Library on Monday, October 2nd.
The Advance Poll in Milo will be Wednesday, October 4th, from 7 to 9 PM, in the Village Office.
Election Day is Monday, October 16, 2017, from 10 AM to 8 PM in the Milo Community Hall.
Taxes and Utility bill payments are now available online through Alberta Treasury Branch!
David Lyon and Julie Healy will attend and are available to book appointments with customers that day.
They will be available to
1) Give banking advice on personal and Ag/Business banking
2) Open accounts, investments and discuss loan applications
3) Do any non cash transactions that customers in Milo would like to do.
4) Discuss ATB’s future role in Milo if there are any further questions.
If possible it would be best for customers to contact us at 403 485 2272 and book an appointment ahead of time.
August 19th from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM in the Milo Community Hall.
Candidates are John MacArthur and Louis Myers.
All those of voting age and consider Milo their permanent residence are able to vote.
“Before visitors enter Milo Community School, it’s clear by the sign by the doors there’s a transformational change going on inside the building.
A sign above the main entrance says “Empowering Lifelong Learners.”
More signs of that change can be found throughout the school.
On a wall by the main entrance, the school has a wall dedicated to recognizing a learner of the week, for students exhibiting traits of IB learners — to be inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective.
The wall also features words of the week.
Two large posters are located by the entrance too, providing information about the international baccalaureate (IB) program that the school is now implementing.
The aim of all IB programs is to develop internationally-minded people, who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world, says the International Baccalaureate Association (IBO), which is based in Wales. The IBO believes these attributes, and others like them, can help individuals and groups become responsible members of local, national and global communities.
Come this fall, the IB program will officially be implemented across Grades 1-6, but there are “little bits” that the Grades 7-9 students will be experiencing, says Rachelle Prud’homme, the school’s principal.
School staff have already started integrating the program into student learning, but the school, which is currently an IB candidate school, is gearing up towards a formal assessment by IB representatives next year. ”
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Article by Stephen Tipper, Vulcan Advocate
The Milo Fire Department was established in 1960 and currently consists of a 30 member volunteer brigade as well as a seven person emergency first response team.
Contact: Byron Thompson -Fire Chief
For more information on Emergency Services please visit their website.