Edmonton Notes for January 6, 2019 - Blog
Happy New Year! It was nice to have a break, but now I'm ready to get back down to business. Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines Former Edmonton-Mill Creek MLA and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Gene Zwozdesky has died of cancer at the age of 70. The City has mailed 2019 property assessment notices. "Overall, the residential market experienced a 1.7 per cent decrease in assessed value." Call 311 if you have any concerns with your assessment. March 11 is the deadline to file formal complaints with the Assessment Review Board. Property tax bills will be delivered in May. A report issued by the Civic Service Union 52 before Christmas says the City could cut management positions to save $100 million over a four-year budget cycle. "Micro-management in an organization this complex can cause gridlock," wrote Elise Stolte. China stopped accepting 24 kinds of waste at the beginning of 2018, including paper and plastics. Now Edmonton-area municipalities are struggling to manage