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On November 8, 2018, Council enacted Cannabis Consumption Bylaw 2018/54. The purpose of this Bylaw is to impose additional restrictions on the Smoking and all forms of consumption of Cannabis in Public Places. Cannabis cannot be consumed on public property or any property owned by the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10. Cannabis consumption is limited to only private property within the County, with the permission of the property owner.
Contact Rod Hawken, CAO at 780-361-6225 or email email@example.com with your concerns. Please review the Procedural Bylaw 2018/04 for further details.
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On November 8, 2018, Council made amendments to Land Use Bylaw 2017/48 to allow for Cannabis Production, Storage and Distribution Facilities, and Accessory Stores in the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10. These facilities are for the growing, processing, and distribution of Cannabis and do not include the retail sale of Cannabis to the end consumer. Cannabis retail stores are not allowed in the County. Cannabis accessory stores are allowed but they cannot sell Cannabis.Cannabis Production, Storage and Distribution Facilities, and Accessory Stores are all considered discretionary uses and require the notification of neighbouring land owners, advertisement in the newspaper, and can be appealed. These uses are only allowed in specific industrial and commercial districts within the County.
Posted axle weights are the weight restrictions for vehicles that lowers the legal registered permitted weight placed on a road. This protects the infrastructure from damage.
Overweight is defined as the weight on an axle or axle group, or total gross weight, being more than that allowed under the Traffic Safety Act.
Year-round road bans are in effect on all weight restricted rural roads in County of Wetaskiwin. See the current Road Ban Order for these roads.
During the spring thaw, seasonal road bans are declared to protect our roads. Because seasonal road bans depend on road conditions, the dates vary from year-to-year but they typically run from April–June. During these months the posted axle weight on the majority of weight restricted roads is lowered to 75%.
Some roads have permanent weight restrictions that are not affected by seasonal road bans. See the current Road Ban Order for these roads.
A divisible load is any load that can be easily lightened such as water, gravel, lumber or concrete.
A non-divisible load is any load that cannot be easily lightened such as heavy equipment, concrete pump trucks or trucks hauling a one piece load.
Prior to the operation of a commercial vehicle on a County of Wetaskiwin roadway, the commercial vehicle must have a Provincial TAC permit issued in accordance with the Traffic Safety Act.
No. A haul restriction is sometimes used prior to implementation of spring road bans. The County will specify a time frame when permitted hauls can move on frozen road conditions reducing the amount of road damage.
Haul restrictions will typically be left in place until spring road bans are implemented.
A permitted haul is movement on the roads that requires the issuance of a permit. These may be overweight, over dimensional, service/drilling rigs, heavy hauls or multiple legal loads that require a permit.
The only exemptions from the haul restrictions are; agricultural commodities, septic haulers, Vac & Steamer Trucks in emergent situations.
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Utility Billing invoices are mailed out every second month.- January – February = mailed in March- March – April = mailed in May- May – June = mailed in July- July – August = mailed in September- September – October = mailed in November- November – December = mailed in January
Waste Management By-law was approved by Council defining a residence as any habitable dwelling. Each property with a residence is billed $10.00 per month for garbage pick up fees.