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									NOTICE OF DECISION                                NO. DL 014/08

                                                 FILE NO. 07/IMD-09 and 07/IMD-10

Solicitors for Lamont County                      Solicitors for the Town of Lamont

Jeneane Grundburg                                Sheila McNaughtan
Brownlee LLP                                     Reynolds Mirth Farmer & Richards LLP
Barristers and Solicitors                        Barristers and Solicitors
Suite 2200, 10155 – 102 Street                   3200, 10180 – 101 Street
Edmonton, AB T5J 4G8                             Edmonton, AB T5J 3W8

Fax: (780) 424-3254                              Fax: (780) 429-3044

Re:      Lamont County / Town of Lamont Intermunicipal Dispute (Town of Lamont 06-07
         Municipal Development Plan and 07-07 Land Use Bylaw)

This letter is to confirm the oral instructions of the Municipal Government Board (MGB) from
the preliminary hearing held on December 20, 2007.

Before:               David Thomas, Presiding Officer
                      Tom Golden, Member
                      Lillian Lundgren, Member

                      R. Duncan, Case Manager

The following individuals were present at the preliminary hearing:

Initiating Municipality:           Jeneane Grundburg, Brownlee LLP
                                   Debbie Hamilton, Lamont County

Responding Municipality:           Kelsey Becker Brookes, Reynolds Mirth Farmer & Richards LLP

Background

On September 25, 2007, the Town of Lamont (Town) adopted Bylaw 06-07, Municipal
Development Plan (MDP), and Bylaw 07-07, Land Use Bylaw (LUB).

On October 24, 2007, the MGB received a notice of appeal from Lamont County (County)
regarding the Town’s MDP and LUB bylaws. The County is of the opinion that these bylaws are
detrimental and may allow for the creation of various levels of industry that could potentially be
hazardous to County residents who live adjacent to the Town boundary. The County states the
two municipalities have been in negotiations regarding these bylaws since August 28, 2007. The

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negotiations resulted in some changes to the Town’s MDP, however, some concerns remain
outstanding. The County has requested neutral third party assistance from the Alberta Municipal
Affairs and Housing Intermunicipal Dispute Resolution Initiative. The County indicates the
appeal is being filed to preserve its right of appeal.

The MGB received the required statutory declaration from the Town on November 19, 2007.
The Town states that it has discussed the issues brought forth by the County. The Town is of the
opinion that it has made all changes requested by the County prior to passing of the MDP and
LUB bylaws.

On November 19, 2007, the Town advised the MGB that the County’s appeal of the Town’s
MDP and LUB does not affect any of its residents.

Parties’ Positions

At the December 20, 2007 preliminary hearing, counsel for the Town, Reynolds Mirth Farmer &
Richards LLP, and counsel for the County, Brownlee LLP, advised the MGB that the parties
were in negotiations and that mediation sessions regarding this matter have been scheduled for
January 14, 2008 and February 7, 2007.

County’s Position

At the preliminary hearing, County counsel identified three issues with Town Bylaw 06-07,
MDP, and Town Bylaw 07-07, LUB, that the County considers detrimental. First, the Town
MDP does not make reference to any cooperation or discussions with the County on
development within the Town’s fringe boundary. Second, the Town MDP does not identify any
consultation process with the County prior to engaging in the annexation process. Finally, the
Town LUB does not require a referral to the County regarding development permit applications
for discretionary uses within a quarter mile of the municipal boundary. The County is of the
opinion that minor amendments to the Town’s MDP and LUB would ensure there are no
incompatible land uses.

County counsel estimated it would take three days to complete the merit hearing and requested
the hearing commence the week of April 28, 2008. Counsel suggested this would allow the
merit hearing for these proceedings to commence immediately following the conclusion of the
Town’s appeal of the County’s Municipal Development Plan Bylaw 674-07, and Land Use
Bylaw 675-07. Moreover, counsel suggested the County could submit its evidence and
documents on March 6, 2008, the Town could submit its response on March 28, 2008, and the
County could provide its rebuttal on April 11, 2008. If required, a preliminary hearing for
disclosure could be held March 13, 2008. Counsel for the Town informed the MGB that the
Town was in agreement with the merit hearing and document exchange timeline dates.

Counsel for the County stated their client is requesting a provision in the Town’s LUB that
would require the Town to refer to the County for comment any development permits for
discretionary uses within a quarter mile of the County boundary. Counsel speculated this could

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increase the time required to approve development within the affected area or make the
development process for landowners in the affected area more complex. Counsel indicated that
although this may not have a severe impact on the landowners, the landowners in the affected
area may wish to be informed.

Town’s Position

At the preliminary hearing, counsel for the Town informed the MGB that their client is of the
opinion that it has addressed the concerns brought forward by the County.

Counsel for the Town identified a preliminary issue to be addressed. The Town is of the opinion
that the County did not submit proper notification regarding concerns about the annexation
process by not providing written notification about this issue prior to second reading of the
bylaw. Section 690 of the Municipal Government Act (Act) requires the initiating party to
provide written notification of its concerns to the adjacent municipality prior to second reading
of the bylaw. County counsel provided the MGB with three pieces of correspondence that, in
their opinion, confirms the County had provided proper notification. Counsel for the Town
requested the MGB conduct a preliminary jurisdictional hearing to deal with the annexation
process issue. It was identified that the jurisdictional issue could be dealt with as part of the
merit hearing or as a separate preliminary hearing. Counsel for the Town stated a preference to
deal with the jurisdictional issue at a separate preliminary hearing. Moreover, the Town’s
counsel requested the preliminary jurisdictional matter be limited to affidavit evidence. Counsel
for the County informed the MGB stated their preference was to deal with this issue at the start
of the merit hearing. Furthermore, County counsel requested the MGB to accept both affidavit
and viva voce (oral) evidence for the preliminary jurisdictional matter.

Counsel for the Town informed the MGB that Tom Miller, the Town of Lamont Chief
Administrative Officer, was away from the office until January 7, 2008. The MGB was
informed that counsel would discuss the affected landowner matter with Mr. Miller after his
return.

Decision

The MGB requires the Town to revisit their MDP and LUB as well as the statutory declaration of
the County to determine if any landowners are affected by this appeal. Counsel for the Town is
to consult with Mr. Miller upon his return to the office on January 7, 2008. The list produced for
the MGB is to provide a list of names and addresses of any affected landowner.

The MGB grants the request for the preliminary jurisdictional hearing. The preliminary
jurisdictional hearing is scheduled for February 26, 2008. The Town, the County and any
affected landowner will be advised of the time and location of the hearing once arrangements are
confirmed.

The Town and County are required to submit a written report to the MGB by 12:00 noon, Friday
February 22, 2008 outlining the progress that has been made to resolve the dispute. If required,

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the parties may request the MGB to consider an adjournment of this matter to allow for the
completion of the negotiation or mediation process.

The Appellant, the Town, is to submit its argument and evidence regarding the jurisdictional
issue to the MGB, with a copy to the Respondent, the County, and to any affected landowners
that provide a written request to the County for a copy, by 12:00 noon on Friday, February 15
2008. If the parties wish to provide oral submissions, “will say” statements are required to be
submitted to the other parties, with a copy to the MGB by 12:00 noon on Friday, February 15,
2008.

The Respondent, the County, is to submit its argument and evidence regarding the jurisdictional
matter to the MGB, with a copy to the Appellant, the Town, and to any affected landowners that
provide a written request to the County for a copy, by 12:00 noon on Friday, February 22, 2008.
If the parties wish to provide oral submissions, “will say” statements are required to be submitted
to the other party, with a copy to the MGB by 12:00 noon on Friday, February 22, 2008.

Any affected landowners that wish to submit written argument regarding the jurisdictional matter
must provide such submissions to the MGB, with copies to the Town and the County, by 4:30
p.m. by 12:00 noon on Friday, February 15, 2008. If the affected landowners wish to provide
oral submissions, “will say” statements are required to be submitted to the other party, with a
copy to the MGB by 12:00 noon on Friday, February 15, 2008.

The MGB has established the merit hearing and document exchange timeline for this matter.
The merit hearing for this appeal is scheduled for April 28 to 30, 2008. The parties will be
advised of the location of the hearing once arrangements are confirmed. The MGB will allow
this hearing to commence immediately following the Town of Lamont’s appeal of Lamont
County Bylaw 674-07 and 675-07 proceedings.

The Appellant, the County, is to submit its argument and evidence to the MGB, with a copy to
the Respondent, the Town, and to any affected landowners that provide a written request to the
County for a copy, by 12:00 noon on Thursday, March 6, 2008. If the parties wish to provide oral
submissions, “will say” statements are required to be submitted to the other party, with a copy to
the MGB by 12:00 noon on Thursday, March 6, 2008.

If required, a preliminary hearing for disclosure issues will commence at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday,
March 13, 2008. The location for the preliminary hearing for disclosure will be the MGB
Offices, 15th Floor Commerce Place, 10155 – 102 Street, Edmonton, Alberta. Any party wishing
to participate by conference call must notify the MGB by 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 12, 2008

The Respondent, the Town, is to submit its argument and evidence to the MGB, with a copy to
the Appellant, the County, and to any affected landowners that provide a written request to the
Town for a copy, by 12:00 noon on Friday, March 28, 2008. If the parties wish to provide oral
submissions, “will say” statements are required to be submitted to the other party, with a copy to
the MGB by 12:00 noon on Friday, March 28, 2008.


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The Appellant, the County, may submit a rebuttal to the argument and evidence of the
Respondent, the Town, with a copy to Town and to any affected landowners that provide a
written request to the County for a copy, by 12:00 noon on Friday, April 11, 2008. If the parties
wish to provide oral submissions, “will say” statements are required to be submitted to the other
party, with a copy to the MGB by 12:00 noon on Friday, April 11, 2008.

Any affected landowners that wish to submit written argument and evidence must provide such
submissions to the MGB, with copies to the Town and the County, by 12:00 noon on Friday,
March 28, 2008. If the affected landowners wish to provide oral submissions, “will say”
statements are required to be submitted to the other party, with a copy to the MGB by 12:00
noon on Friday, March 28, 2008.

Reasons

There is concern the landowners in the affected area were not notified of this appeal and the
MGB considers it is important to provide the affected landowners with the opportunity to
participate. As well, section 692 of the Act requires notice to affected landowners so they can
exercise their right to be heard. The MGB requires the list of affected landowners from the Town
as soon as possible so that the MGB can provide notification to the affected landowners of the
preliminary jurisdictional hearing scheduled for February 26, 2008.

It is the preference of the MGB to deal with the preliminary jurisdictional matter prior to the
merit hearing. The MGB understands that the municipalities have scheduled mediation sessions
for January 14, 2008 and February 7, 2008. The MGB requires the parties to provide an update
regarding their attempt to resolve this dispute prior to the February 26, 2008 preliminary
jurisdictional hearing. Should the MGB be satisfied that the parties have made significant
progress towards resolving this dispute, the MGB will allow the parties to request an
adjournment of the merit hearing. The MGB will require written submissions for evidence at the
preliminary jurisdictional hearing, however, oral evidence will be allowed if “will say”
statements are submitted.

The MGB endeavors to ensure that hearings are scheduled for completion in an efficient and
timely manner. The significance of timeliness for an intermunicipal dispute is magnified due to
the fact that the provision of the statutory plan or amendment or land use bylaw or amendment
that is the subject of the appeal is deemed to be of no effect and does not form part of the
statutory plan or bylaw until the issue is resolved. Intermunicipal disputes impact the owners of
lands in the affected area as well as the municipalities involved in the dispute. However, the
MGB appreciates the efforts of the two municipalities to resolve their differences through
mediation. The MGB finds it is reasonable to schedule the merit hearing for this matter well into
the future to allow the two municipalities the opportunity to resolve this dispute at the local level.




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The MGB is of the opinion that the merit hearing dates and the document exchange timeline
suggested by the Town and County counsels is reasonable. However, the MGB recognizes these
dates may have to be altered after the affected landowners have been provided with an
opportunity to comment on the suggested dates.

Dated in the City of Edmonton, in the Province of Alberta this 21st day of January 2008.

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT BOARD



________________________________
(SGD.) D. Thomas, Presiding Officer

cc: -   Randy and Laurie Guyot
    -   Jeffrey Young
    -   Randy and Jo-Anne Namirsky
    -   Devon and LoraLei Peirine
    -   Gordon and Charlette Rinas
    -   Allan and Carol O'Coffey
    -   Lamont Treasury Branch
    -   Wendell Woodside
    -   Robert Anderson
    -   Lamont Lions Club
    -   Carter Terrance and Linda
    -   Milton and Lorraine O'Brien
    -   Grant in Lieu of Taxes, Beaver Pioneer Lodge
    -   Karla Letwin
    -   Donald and Linda Baillie
    -   Iva Braham
    -   Michael and Patricia Prokopiw
    -   Ernest and Clara Sledz
    -   Darcie Lucko
    -   Darrell and Kim Yarusiewich
    -   Al and Laurie Harvey
    -   Warren Fedun
    -   Dave and Ann Shirran
    -   Mel and Sharon Snyder
    -   Jason Doucette
    -   Susie Hrycun
    -   Holly McTavish
    -   James and Brenda-Raye Dowell
    -   Wayne and Bernadine Letwin
    -   GSR Holdings Ltd.
    -   Ben Gee

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     -   Alexander Lees
     -   Korokuk Hardware
     -   Olee Joe
     -   678173 Alberta Ltd.
     -   Leonard and Sharon Pryatel
     -   Brian and Sara Janssen
     -   Rogers Wireless Inc.
     -   Glen and Arlene Sharp
     -   Herman Leske
     -   Lorraine Krys
     -   Servus Credit Union
     -   Gregory and Karen Linton
     -   Rosaveta Andruchow
     -   John and Janice Helton
     -   CIBC Lamont
     -   Ken and Vivian Perreault
     -   Christina Krumrel
     -   1280057 Alberta Ltd.
     -   May MacArthur
     -   Patrick and Amanda Heinz
     -   Michael Palindat
     -   Lynda, Michele and Tamara Oberle
     -   Park Investments (Lamont) Ltd.
     -   Randall and Angela Loiseau
     -   Gwendolyn Spence
     -   Gale and James Antoniuk
     -   Harvey and Gloria Downie
     -   Myron Chorney
     -   John and Verna Achtemichuk
     -   Harry and Mary Holyk
     -   Wally Iwankow
     -   John Gubersky
     -   Clarence and Audrey Kitura
     -   Thomas Marriott, Brownlee LLP
     -   Kikramjit Aulakh
     -   Terry Kozar
     -   Franki Borody
     -   Jim and Linda Nemirsky
     -   Kelsey Krebs
     -   Joan Etherington
     -   Delmer and Nancy Ducker
     -   Fasial Zuberi
     -   Robert Howland
     -   Stanly and Joanne Woychuk
     -   Isabelle and Camile Morissette

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     -   Eric Bodnanuk
     -   Tammy Trenholm
     -   Archdiocese of Edmonton
     -   Hung and Hyun Park
     -   Jamie and Nicole Verbeek
     -   Donald and Carol Poersch
     -   Nancy Stach
     -   Andrea Lorenz
     -   Shaun McLaughlin
     -   Property Tax, Canadian National Railway
     -   Orest and Lillian Nimchuk
     -   Lamont Grocery
     -   Maria Young
     -   Leslie and Cherry Wilson
     -   Wayne and Gwen Bowles
     -   Wayne Kmech
     -   Kevin and Danette Noble
     -   Leonard and Marilyn Znak
     -   Steven and Sheila Sharun
     -   Walter and Natalia Malica
     -   Janice Sheppard
     -   Lisa Coltrell
     -   S. Kamaljit Harchetan
     -   Soon chang Yong Sook, Yogi's Liquor Store
     -   Aldon Auto Salvage Ltd.
     -   Parkview Restaurant/1126008 Alberta Ltd.
     -   Gerry and Carol Palichuk
     -   Andrew and Ann Yuke
     -   Pam Jackman
     -   William Klimchuk
     -   David, John and Mary Chmiel
     -   Brian McKinnon
     -   Almon and Catherine Copley
     -   Ernie Dziwenka
     -   Kelsey Becker Brookes, Reynold Mirth Richards and Farmer
     -   Edward and Susanna Iwaskow
     -   Cory Snyder
     -   Lamont Hair Boutique
     -   Ian and Karen Carter
     -   Edward and Verna Koroluk
     -   Stephanie Erdmann
     -   Sean Boggs
     -   Devjbro Properties Ltd.
     -   Nick and Nancy Bremner
     -   Thomas and Celine Dillon

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     -   Tykana Boudreau
     -   Ronald and Joanne Guglich
     -   Patrick and Joyce Kelly
     -   Denise Kratky
     -   William Hancheruk
     -   Wayne Jacobs
     -   Tim and Terry Nimchuk
     -   Sara Flam
     -   J.W. Carr Holdings Ltd.
     -   Chris VanMoorsel
     -   Sadie Dlugosz
     -   John and Shirley Kmech
     -   Ken and Catherine Scott
     -   Geraldine McNeil
     -   Park Memorial Ltd.
     -   Darren and Patricia Foster
     -   Tom and Gail Hrehorets
     -   Henry and Lori Theune
     -   Gordon Sampson
     -   Vernon and Rosalie Belanger
     -   Ronald and Deloyce Kusick
     -   Martin Ercse
     -   Leslie and Georgina Campbell
     -   Atco Gas and Pipelines Ltd.
     -   Orville and Lucille Flotten
     -   Stephen and Laureen Merrick
     -   Marian Investments Ltd.
     -   Ruthenian Greek Catholic Parish of St. John Cemetery
     -   Lyle and Deanna Schamber
     -   Larry Pederson
     -   Nick Koroluk
     -   Debbie Hamilton, Lamont County
     -   Stanley and Bonnie Glynn
     -   Audrey Dickens
     -   F & R Homes Inc.
     -   Jerry Komarnisky
     -   Lamont RV Park
     -   Carol Tammenkowski
     -   Dav and Susan Elliott
     -   Brian Ho
     -   Kathleen Fryingpan
     -   Ronald and Deliah Shumansky
     -   Darrel Geisinger
     -   Alf and Lana Zips
     -   Ronald and Doris Enjeneski

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     -   Katheryna Geleta
     -   Joanne Hackett
     -   Dwayne and Sherry-Lee Berezanski
     -   Laigen Mah
     -   Wesley and Judy Zayac
     -   Gordon Young
     -   Bev Gill
     -   All Steel Builders (2) Ltd.
     -   Andrew and Michelle Albert
     -   Lamont Hotel/Erdmann Holdings
     -   Kevin Foster
     -   Sarah Cowley
     -   Mirage Developments/820877 Alberta Inc.
     -   William Serhan
     -   Lamont Home Hardware
     -   Glen Detjen
     -   Herman and Linda Sieker
     -   Steve and Stella Stodola
     -   David and Laura Kihn
     -   Sheldon and Denise Ostapowich
     -   Byun and Ae Min Min
     -   Tim and Sherilyn Diwisch
     -   Paul and Betty Koziak
     -   Kelly Babiak
     -   Jean Chorney
     -   Beaver Creek Co-op Assn. Ltd.
     -   Ken Kim Investments Ltd.
     -   Jermey Zayac, Lamont Laundromat
     -   Steve Andrais
     -   Peter and Olga Paruk
     -   Tom Hughes
     -   Price Automotive Ltd.
     -   Anne Sipos
     -   Graham Beauchamp
     -   Pillar Contracting Lt.d
     -   Lynn McKinnon
     -   532569 Alberta Ltd.
     -   Kenneth Danchuk
     -   Gail Fenton
     -   Denise and Mary Panylyk
     -   Leonard and Judith Hanchez
     -   Jody and Angeline Foulds
     -   Lamont Health Care Centre
     -   Bob and Diana Grosenick
     -   1165405 Alberta Ltd.

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     -   Lamont Alliance Church
     -   Alfred Koschade
     -   Shane and Melissa Fjeld
     -   Barbara Tessier
     -   Bev Roth
     -   Naish Roopnarine
     -   Justine Taylor
     -   Elk Island Mechanical Ltd.
     -   Dr. Jamie W. and Janet Namit
     -   Richard Dola
     -   Walter and Jennie Ewasiuk
     -   Pillar Contracting Ltd.
     -   MURJ Developments
     -   Trevor Easthope
     -   Eugenne Koroluk
     -   Ed and Norma Drolet
     -   Kenneth Pope
     -   Frederick and Patricia Clarke
     -   Richard Koroluk
     -   Jim Lomas
     -   Allied Paving
     -   Ollie Dobush
     -   Yogi's/Second Demin
     -   Schrey Holdings Ltd.
     -   Odette Romanchuk
     -   Davie Wilbur
     -   Lawrence and Emily Skublany
     -   Rondel Terrace
     -   Dorothee and Ilse Saleski
     -   Wilmco Properties Ltd.
     -   Doug and Connie Fingland
     -   Mary Dawson
     -   Annie Pullishy
     -   Elk Island Insurance
     -   Bruderheim Clothing and Variety Ltd.
     -   Kelly Mitchell
     -   Dillon and Mcglone Enterpises Inc.
     -   Sadie Ward
     -   Marvin and Pauline Ewanowich
     -   John and Anne Rohafynski
     -   Brian Sparks
     -   Mike and Michele Barter
     -   Imelda Pesta
     -   Jason and Tracy Wytrykush
     -   Dwayne and Charlene Stach

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     -   Gordon and Glementina Wizniuk
     -   Mergon Holdings Ltd.
     -   Fortis Alberta
     -   Tina Beer, Bell Canada c/o Group Telecom A Bell Canada Division
     -   David Mendiuk
     -   Edward and Helen Hoculak
     -   Dwayne and Rosemarie Konsorada
     -   Lorraine Andruchow
     -   Scott Calder
     -   Dorothee Saleski Professional Corporation
     -   Mike and Stella Galay
     -   Christopher Summer
     -   Ken Rosner
     -   Harry Lampimaki
     -   Wilbur Davie
     -   James Reed
     -   Gary and Lynn White
     -   Gwen Miles
     -   Brown Brian and Patricia
     -   Todd Loren
     -   Evelyn Brertton
     -   Leslie Johnson
     -   Peter and Gillian Robertson
     -   Robby and Kristina Davis
     -   Dwayne Stach
     -   Chad and Michelle Maloney
     -   Wayne Kashuba
     -   Vanessa Rumohr
     -   Ella Stuart, Shaw Cablesystems
     -   Lamont Electrical Service/Lamont Highway Service
     -   Lamont Esso/833465 Alberta Ltd.
     -   Linda Carter Professional Corp
     -   Brian Land and Cattle Co. Ltd.
     -   Colin and Karen Peddle
     -   Steven Rasmussen
     -   Lawrence and Emily Skubieny
     -   Francis and Dorothy Purschke
     -   Darryl and Tammy Lucier
     -   Burger Baron/48903 Alberta Ltd.
     -   Lynette and Cecil Throndson
     -   Tiffany and Angela Rose
     -   Doug Dennis
     -   Lamont New Horizons
     -   Bill Saunders
     -   Russel and Adelia Letwin

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     -   Mark and Mary Gyman
     -   Kurtis and Eileen Schamahom
     -   Terrence and Linda Carter
     -   James Lopetinsky
     -   Mara Development
     -   Pearl Letwin
     -   Carillion Canada Inc.
     -   Leslie Hegyi
     -   Marvin Tallas
     -   Peter Olendy
     -   Antoniuk Real Estate Ltd.
     -   Rod Nicholson
     -   Conrad Schinkinger
     -   Edward Rains
     -   Nathan and Tracey Hicks
     -   Martin and Vee Couiyk
     -   Maurice Perron
     -   William and Sheryl Skinner
     -   Mustapha and Nawal Watfa
     -   A and L Agencies
     -   Jon and Susan Albert
     -   Henry Stach
     -   Linda Prusak
     -   942778 Alberta Ltd.
     -   Canada Post Corporation
     -   Imperial Oil Limited
     -   Lamont United Church
     -   Jim Korchinos
     -   Stan Clarke
     -   Ukrainian Catholic Corp
     -   John and Rodina Schuurkamp
     -   John Clearly
     -   Alberta Municipal Affairs
     -   Larry Huculak
     -   Donald and Kennina Gibbon
     -   Jason and Amanda Carstairs
     -   James and Jody Zabel
     -   Richard and Gertrude Olekson
     -   Sandy Steinberg, Altalink Management Ltd.
     -   Maria Cosentino-Fast, Telus Mobility Inc.
     -   Heartcreek Lamont Estate Ltd.
     -   Lamont Transit Mix (2003) Ltd.
     -   Mark, Gaston and Shanna Lee Lacoursiere
     -   Violet Shostak
     -   Daniel Billsborrow

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     -   Dean Dey
     -   Betty Schultz
     -   Earl and Gerrie Hedley
     -   John and Margaret Rudnicki
     -   Lori Coble
     -   Kathleen Tester
     -   Roxanne Biais
     -   Katrina Mills
     -   Warner Tally
     -   Viola Kennedy
     -   Susan Erdmann
     -   Fred and Sylvia Maysky
     -   SCott and Corrine Jackal
     -   Overholt Farm Limited
     -   Darien and Andrea Schultz
     -   Shannon Summer
     -   Al Harvey, Lamont County
     -   Tom Miller, Town of Lamont




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