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Town calls for tenders for its new subdivision

Development of a new residential subdivision in Fort Macleod is moving forward.
The Town of Fort Macleod called for tenders June 13 for servicing of the new 13-lot subdivision in the northeast corner of town.
The tenders close Thursday, June 23.
“We’ll see what the tenders come back at,” Town of Fort Macleod municipal manager Barry Elliott said.
Council learned at its June 13 meeting the call for tenders had gone out.
The lots will front 29th and 30th streets in Fort Macleod near the sewage treatment plant that will soon be out of service.
The design was prepared by the Oldman River Regional Services Commission.
Eight lots will front 29th Street, with the remaining five lots fronting 30th Street.
Six of the lots on 29th Street are 20.12 metres wide by 47.13 metres deep while the fifth is a pie-shaped lot 34.12 metres wide by 37.72 metres deep.
Three lots on 20th Street are roughly 20.12 metres wide by 47.14 metres deep.
One pie-shaped lot has 12.58 metres of frontage and a depth of 42.10 metres on the west and 41.63 metres to the east.
The fifth lot, which is also pie-shaped, has frontage of 7.95 metres and a depth of 41.63 metres to the west and 56.12 metres to the east.
All the lots are at least 100 metres from the sewage treatment plant.

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