The Town's Governance and Priorities meeting goes at 6:00 p.m.
Stony Plain council will hear from six different local groups at its Governance and Priorities meeting on Tuesday.
Up first will be the Detachment Commander for Parkland RCMP, who will provide council will the stats from quarter two this year. Inspector Mike Lokken will talk about the plans for Stony Plain and Spruce Grove RCMP to move into a single detachment in September.
Council will also hear a presentation from long-time resident Peter Bakker, who is pitching the idea of building a Glockenspiel Clock Tower at Heritage Park. These types of bell towers originated in Europe and use animated figures that enact a play or skit that is important to the town’s history, similar to a cuckoo clock.
Also on the docket is a presentation from Cohesive Communities. This Stony Plain-based group advocates for families who have children living with diverse medical or developmental challenges.
The Stony Plain library will present its 2018 Annual Report, which shows a slight decrease in the number of people using the library, but an increase in people attending the facility’s programs.
Yellowhead Library an update as well. The library serves over 290 thousand Albertans, and 54 municipalities, including Stony Plain.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will also present.
The meeting goes at 6:00 Tuesday night from Town Hall.