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SOCCER registration & COVID

I’m sure you have seen COVID  numbers increasing over  the past month, culminating in record numbers for the entire pandemic in Alberta today.

The government of Alberta increased public health restrictions today.

While the newest public health restrictions still allow for the proposed 8:2 player to coach ratio , things are trending in the wrong direction. What this means for Crestwood soccer is there are a number of coaches who are not comfortable coaching this year. I am certain they will reach out to you individually to let you know their personal decisions.

Please know that we respect your individual decisions on whether you keep  your child enrolled or choose to withdraw. If  you are comfortable keeping your child enrolled in soccer we are confident that the league will find another team to place them on. If you wish to withdraw and have paid your fees already, you can email the league to request a refund. The website says; if you are a paid registered player, you have the option to request a refund, less a $10 admin fee. A refund  request must be submitted by May 16, 2021 to  accounts@ewzsa.com

Refunds less fixed costs after this date will be  issued if EMSA has cancelled the season only.

If you have registered but not paid, the zone will be sending an email by May 15 with updated information. if you choose to  participate, payment will be need  to be completed by May 19 2021.

Further details to follow.

The portal is currently closed for online  payment. Please reach out to  president@cclboard.ca if you have any questions.

AGM Crestwood Community League

Notice of AGM May 13,2021   7:30 pm

email president@cclboard.ca for link to join the virtual meeting

AGM Crestwood Building Society notice

Notice of AGM

May13

7pm-7;30pm

email   president@cclboard.ca  for virtual link to join the meeting.

 

Community Conversation on cancer support services

AHS and the True North Health Advisory Council would like to invite you to join us online as we welcome presenters from Wellspring to share with us some services for cancer support and how you can connect with them in your community.

 

Wellspring offers free programs and services that meet the emotional, social, spiritual, and restorative needs of people living with cancer and the people who care for them. Through a partnership with the Alberta Cancer Foundation, Wellspring Edmonton is focused on expanding its programs and services to better support individuals living with cancer in Northern Alberta.

 

This virtual conversation will take place on Zoom. Eventbrite registration confirmation email will be sent to you with the link to join the meeting when you complete registration.

 

Event:   AHS & TNHAC Engagement Event

Date:     Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Time:    6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

 

To register, please visit:  Eventbrite.

 

Please share the invite with your community.   For more information about the True North Health Advisory Council visit ahs.ca/advisorycouncils or email Wood.Buffalo@ahs.ca.

 

 

Maya Atallah

Pronouns: she/her

Advisory Council Coordinator

Community Engagement & External Relations

Cell (780) 722-2678

21_04_ 21 True North CC Invitation – for Print CJP

street sweeping in Crestwood- signs posted

The City of Edmonton’s Street Sweeping program has begun.

View our map online to follow along with crews’ progress and view when your street will be scheduled at edmonton.ca/StreetSweeping.

When your area is scheduled for sweeping, please move vehicles off of the roadway to allow our crews to move quickly and efficiently.

During street sweeping, crews clean high volume arterials at night and residential roadways during the day. Overall, the program is expected to take six weeks, weather permitting.

Thank you.

Valley Line West LRT – EPCOR Utility Relocation Project Update 2021

EPCOR is responsible for relocating all the power, water and drainage utilities to avoid potential conflicts with the Valley Line West LRT infrastructure. This is the second stage of the Valley Line, an urban-style 27 km line that will operate between Mill Woods in southeast Edmonton and Lewis Farms in west Edmonton.

 

To meet the overall LRT project schedule, the City has requested that EPCOR perform the utility relocations within specific areas along the alignment prior to LRT construction.

 

Please see the attached for information on the upcoming 2021 work for this project. We would like to request your assistance with sharing this information on our behalf. Hard copies will be delivered to residents and businesses located near the work areas outlined in the attached notice next week.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 780-412-4200.

 

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Upcoming Valley Line West Construction Works

Marigold Infrastructure Partners wanted to let you know about upcoming construction pre-works that you will see in your neighbourhood.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

2021-Mar-22 Construction Pre-works – Alignment Wide V2

Jodi Doesburg, Communications Coordinator

jodi.doesburg@marigoldinfra.ca

 

Upcoming EPCOR Construction – MacKenzie Ravine Trestle Rehabilitation Project

2021-03-

Good morning,

I’d like to introduce myself – I’m Dawn Fenske, Senior Advisor, Communications with the Drainage Services team at EPCOR. I am reaching out regarding some upcoming EPCOR Drainage construction in your area.

 

EPCOR is responsible for the maintenance of the main sewer lines and associated infrastructure in Edmonton. As infrastructure ages, it can deteriorate in many different ways. The trestle located in the MacKenzie Ravine has been identified as requiring rehabilitation. The trestle is a bridge constructed out of steel to support a suspended sanitary sewer pipe across MacKenzie Ravine.

 

EPCOR will be rehabilitating the trestle by replacing and repairing broken steel sections of the structure. This work will occur in two phases:

 

  • Phase 1 – Removal/trimming of trees and vegetation – March/April 2021

Before construction can begin, a survey of the work area and steel structure is required to help determine the construction plan. To prepare for the survey, smaller vegetation, such as bushes and small saplings, will be removed/trimmed along the length of the trestle and is scheduled to begin on March 29, 2021 and is expected to be completed by April 15, 2021, weather permitting.

  • Phase 2 – Structural repairs to the trestle structure and fencing – anticipated to start in summer/fall 2021

Scaffolding and other supporting structures will be built to support the trestle while the broken sections are removed and replaced. The trestle will be repainted and the existing fences at each end of the trestle will be replaced. Structural repairs are anticipated to begin in summer/fall 2021 and are expected to be completed by end of December 2021.

 

These timelines are estimates and may change based on weather and construction conditions.

 

Attached is the project notice that will be delivered to residents in adjacent to the work area. We would like to request your assistance with sharing this information on our behalf.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

Thank you,

Dawn

 

March 3 2021 Crestwood Community League turned 104

Celebrate the  community values that have endured for 104 years. This community is still vibrant and healthy. Help us work to keep it that way for years to come. Happy Birthday Crestwood!

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