Happy nearly Autumn, everyone! Outdoor pools and spray parks are closed, the leaves are changing colours and the Lethbridge Hurricanes are soon to be back in action – so, summer is over and it’s time to provide updates on some important topics.
The newly-updated Council Chamber at Lethbridge City Hall is ready. Beginning this week, a regular slate of Lethbridge City Council’s Standing Policy Committee (SPC) meetings are set to return with Economic SPC on Wednesday, September 13, followed by Cultural and Social SPC on Thursday, September 14.
Lethbridge residents are encouraged to apply to be on one of City Council’s Boards, Commissions and Committees (BCCs) – as each public role provides an opportunity to participate in the present and future direction of the city. A recruitment campaign is now underway and applications will be open until September 22, 2023, for a variety of positions.
Lethbridge City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously in favour of a request originally brought forward by Economic Development Lethbridge to help the community attract more film and television production to the community.
When Lethbridge City Council meetings resume in September, those attending and watching online will see and hear some positive differences. Beginning today and set to be completed before the first meeting back in mid-September, several technological upgrades will be taking place in Chamber