Mayor Stephen Mandel and the Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton (PACE) announced the winners of the 26th annual Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts in a performance and entertainment showcase at the Winspear Centre.
“Edmonton city staff started evaluating 13 proposals this week for new office space, a project that could see a “transformational” new office tower built in the core. The city has said it’s open to considering a new tower or existing office space, but part of the evaluation will be based on what the project would mean for downtown or The Quarters.”
“Edmontonians are continuing a trend that began over 10 years ago – more and more of them are taking transit. Edmonton Transit System (ETS) ridership increased by 3.1% in 2012, with the number of bus and LRT trips jumping from 80.3 million in 2011 to 82.8 million last year.”
The Edmonton Transit System (ETS) cash fare will increase from $3 to $3.20 on February 1, 2013, one of a number of fare increases going into effect that day.
Council voted to re-open negotiations on the proposed downtown arena following an update by administration and a presentation by the Katz Group.
According to the report, the city could use space more efficiently if it moved into bigger quarters, avoiding an estimated $6 million in rent in 2017, with those savings rising to $18 million by 2039.
A proposal to charge Edmontonians a sliding fee based on how much garbage they throw out has been trashed.
New reports on residential development in Edmonton shows how much the city is growing in new neighbourhoods as well as in existing neighbourhoods in the city’s core and mature areas.
The City of Edmonton has lifted a fire ban which prohibited open burning and fireworks in Edmonton.
The City of Edmonton is mailing more than 327,000 property tax notices to collect enough revenue to cover about half the cost of providing all City services and programs that citizens use in 2012.
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