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the Town of Drayton Valley and Brazeau County #brazeaucounty were pleased to collaborate on the donation of a pickup truck to the Brazeau Seniors Foundation today. The truck will be used by the Foundation for its maintenance staff.
Pictured left to right are: Eric Butz, Town of Drayton Valley Councillor and member of the Brazeau Seniors Foundation Board; Town of Drayton Valley Mayor Michael Doerkson; Stella Keller, Executive Director of the Brazeau Seniors Foundation; Brazeau County Reeve Bart Guyon; and Brazeau County Councillor and member of the Brazeau Seniors Foundation Board Donna Wiltse.
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the Town of Drayton Valley and Brazeau County #brazeaucounty  were pleased to collaborate on the donation of a pickup truck to the Brazeau Seniors Foundation today. The truck will be used by the Foundation for its maintenance staff.
Pictured left to right are: Eric Butz, Town of Drayton Valley Councillor and member of the Brazeau Seniors Foundation Board; Town of Drayton Valley Mayor Michael Doerkson; Stella Keller, Executive Director of the Brazeau Seniors Foundation; Brazeau County Reeve Bart Guyon; and Brazeau County Councillor and member of the Brazeau Seniors Foundation Board Donna Wiltse.

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Town of Drayton Valley

SNOW REMOVAL UPDATE:
Crews have completed work on the roads indicated on the map in PINK today, removing a total of 241 truckloads of snow.
Tomorrow, February 22, 2018, crews continue to remove snow work in the north east and west quadrants of the community, indicated in YELLOW.
Residents are reminded to obey the No Parking signage that has been posted in these areas. For your safety and the safety of our employees we ask that you refrain from parking on the street when signage has been placed. Parking on the streets during snow removal activities can cause delays in pickup as some streets are too narrow to allow for equipment to pass between the vehicles and windrows.
We’d like to thank residents for their patience and understanding as our crews and contractors work diligently to keep our streets clear and safe for everyone. Because some neighbourhoods take longer than others to clear based on differing snow build-up, layout, parked cars and other features, we won’t be able to give exact schedules during neighbourhood blading activities. We’ll continue to put up signage in neighbourhoods prior to clearing and we ask you to please keep your eyes open and remove cars from the street when signs are put out. We’ll also keep providing social media and website updates when we can. We know that having a defined schedule is ideal, but in these circumstances we hope that you can continue to be flexible and work alongside us over the next several days until we’ve finished snow removal.
Our operators have seen your encouragements and are extremely thankful for your support and understanding – we ask that you keep supporting them. We recognize the inconvenience this means for many in our community, but we sincerely appreciate your support while our crews work hard to maintain our roads.
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SNOW REMOVAL UPDATE:
Crews have completed work on the roads indicated on the map in PINK today, removing a total of 241 truckloads of snow.
Tomorrow, February 22, 2018, crews continue to remove snow work in the north east and west quadrants of the community, indicated in YELLOW. 
Residents are reminded to obey the No Parking signage that has been posted in these areas. For your safety and the safety of our employees we ask that you refrain from parking on the street when signage has been placed. Parking on the streets during snow removal activities can cause delays in pickup as some streets are too narrow to allow for equipment to pass between the vehicles and windrows.
We’d like to thank residents for their patience and understanding as our crews and contractors work diligently to keep our streets clear and safe for everyone. Because some neighbourhoods take longer than others to clear based on differing snow build-up, layout, parked cars and other features, we won’t be able to give exact schedules during neighbourhood blading activities. We’ll continue to put up signage in neighbourhoods prior to clearing and we ask you to please keep your eyes open and remove cars from the street when signs are put out. We’ll also keep providing social media and website updates when we can. We know that having a defined schedule is ideal, but in these circumstances we hope that you can continue to be flexible and work alongside us over the next several days until we’ve finished snow removal.
Our operators have seen your encouragements and are extremely thankful for your support and understanding – we ask that you keep supporting them. We recognize the inconvenience this means for many in our community, but we sincerely appreciate your support while our crews work hard to maintain our roads.

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