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Stettler County to hear Developers Presentation for Proposed RV Site

Public asked not to make presentations on Feb.14; will be able to during a Public Hearing in March.

RV Sites Canada will make a presentation to the County of Stettler Council at their upcoming regular meeting on Wednesday, February 14th.

This concerns their Development Permit application for the Paradise Shores RV Resort at Buffalo Lake, AB.

Anyone interested in watching the meeting can attend in-person, or tune in to the County of Stettler’s Live Feed on their YouTube Channel.

Presentations from the public will not be permitted on February 14th. Public presentations will be heard at the upcoming Public Hearing in March.



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