Tag Archives: City of Cranbrook

Speed limit changes to Kootenay Street North

By Ian Cobb/e-KNOW City of Cranbrook council Jan. 19 unanimously approved changes to posted speed limits on a section of Kootenay Street North after a request from Kootenay Christian Academy. Council directed city staff to remove all 40km/h speed limit … > Read More

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City still eyes Muriel Baxter field for off-leash dog park

By Ian Cobb/e-KNOW The City of Cranbrook intends to keep working with School District No. 5 (SD5) to secure the old Muriel Baxter Elementary School lot for an off-leash dog park. City council Jan. 19 voted to continue to pursue … > Read More

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Senior’s parking permits available at city hall


If you are 65 years of age or older, you are eligible for a Senior Citizen Permit from the City of Cranbrook. Under the City of Cranbrook Parking Meter Bylaw, vehicles that display a Senior Citizen Permit are not required … > Read More

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Rezoning approved for subdivision beside auto wrecker

By Ian Cobb/e-KNOW City of Cranbrook council last night approved a rezoning application that allows for the creation of 93 mobile home/single family lots on a 7.8 hectares (19.3 acres) lot adjacent to Cranbrook’s Industrial Park. Council passed the third … > Read More

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SD5 Board Notes

The following is a summary of School District No. 5 (SD5) school board of trustees’ motions carried during the January 13 board meeting in Cranbrook. Motions Carried Advocacy That the Board amend the letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper to … > Read More

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Important budget meeting Jan. 14

Letter to the Editor If you have an interest in where we’re going as a city you should come to Cranbrook City Hall’s Council Chamber on Wednesday, January 14, at 4:30 p.m. for the first meeting working towards setting the … > Read More

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Business license renewals to hit mailboxes

Business License Renewal Notices for 2015 will be mailed via Canada Post during the month of January. Fees are $150 per year; however, a $25 reduction will be credited if payment is received prior to March 2. The Business License … > Read More

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New councils getting down to business

Now that the Christmas and New Years holiday season is behind us and 2015 is underway, it’s back to ‘normal’ in the East Kootenay as municipal government councils, the Regional District of East Kootenay and two school boards of directors … > Read More

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Happiness is a series of choices

Taste Life By Danielle Cardozo It’s the morning of December 31. It’s the last morning of the greatest year of my life so far. It’s been the kind of year that when I look back and think about all of … > Read More

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Cranbrook has key ingredients for a celebration

A perfect celebration combines several key ingredients. The first is a cause for celebration. An example is New Year’s Eve and New Years. Other vital ingredients for a great celebration are location, food and drink, entertainment and safety. With all … > Read More

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