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Enchant main access road receiving repair work

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By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance Winter weather has arrived in southern Alberta and Municipal District of Taber council is hoping to do some repair work before even colder temperatures set in. During council’s regular meeting held on Oct. 13, councillors were informed of two different surfaces within the municipality that are in need of some work. Both the Enchant main access road into Enchant, just… Read More »

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