Welcome to the MD of Peace No. 135

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2017 Ownership Map

Public-Facing Crime Map

 

Milestone Occasion Acknowledgement

Advisory:  FAO Cautions Landowners about the Surface Rights Board (SRB) use of a “Condition of Leased Area Form”

The Farmers’ Advocate Office (FAO) has been contacted by numerous landowners regarding a form sent to landowners or occupants who have applied for recovery of unpaid rentals to the Surface Rights Board (SRB).  If you have applied to the SRB for a Section 36 Recovery of Rentals, the SRB may send you a “Condition of Leased Area Form” for you to complete about the condition of the leased area.

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Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety Act:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ditch Brushing

The MD of Peace Public Works Department is busy brushing ditches. If any residents wish to preserve fruit trees/bushes on the back slope of the ditch, please mark the trees or bushes with orange flagging tape and contact the MD office at 780-338-3845 so we can pass the information on to Public Works staff.

NOTICE TO MD OF PEACE PRODUCERS AND LANDOWNERS

As per MD of Peace’s Clubroot of Canola Policy, random testing for clubroot was conducted on canola fields within the MD.  One sample tested positive for DNA of the clubroot pathogen with no galls present on the root sample.  Immediate adjacent landowners and producers are being notified.  Further testing is being done as per our Clubroot of Canola Policy.  For more information, please contact our Manager of Ag Services, Nasar Iqbal at 780-338-3845.

MD Clubroot of Canola Policy

Clubroot Infection and Spread pamphlet

Alberta Ag Clubroot Management Plan

 

Reminder from TransCanada Pipelines

Several times a year TransCanada Pipelines finds that landowners have brushed and ditched over high pressure pipelines without authorization posing great danger to themselves and the public.  TransCanada is reaching out with the hope that sharing information may prevent an accidental line strike.