Update on SWRR gravel pit west of Bridlewood.
The morning of Apr. 11, MLA Dave Rodney 's constituency office advised that a meeting has been set up with Alberta Transportation officials to answer questions from residents in Evergreen, Bridlewood, concerning construction of the ring road, the gravel pit, and the asphalt processing plant. Dave Rodney will be present, along with Alberta Transportation personnel.
The meeting will take place on THURSDAY APRIL 20, from 7:30 to 9 pm IN THE COMMON ROOM AT GLENMORE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY. This room is accessed through the Jr. High south door along Bridleridge Hts.
This meeting will be a good opportunity to direct questions to Alberta Transportation officials and among other things, find out what specific mitigation procedures will be put in place to ensure the health and safety of residents during the years of construction.
MLA Rodney has been working long and hard for us in the fight against this gravel pit/asphalt plant; & is hoping that there will be a good turnout. If you have friends in Bridlewood or in Evergreen please encourage them to attend this meeting. We hope there will be strong representation from our communities of Bridlewood and Evergreen.
We did some flooding last night to improve thin spots on our rink. We have another flood scheduled for 4:30pm this evening. Thank you to all the volunteers for doing the ice prep work yesterday. We will be performing more prep work starting at 3:30pm today.
The picture of the rink (1150 Everridge Drive) is from 8am this morning. The water from the flood has frozen overnight and the rink is open.
And a huge thank you to Matt and Doug Mackay of Havaknack Construction for those awesome benches and railings!
A big thank you to Matt and Doug Mackay of Havaknack Construction for building the benches and railings for the Evergreen Skating Rink! Thanks
Our outdoor rink at 1150 Everridge Drive is open! Some new cracks have formed in the ice so please be careful when skating. The ice is thin under the snow pile on the north side so please do not skate over the pile. Happy skating!
Volunteers will also be out on Sunday December 18th from 2pm to 4pm to work on the ice. If you would like to help out, bring a snow shovel and and ice chopper if you have one.