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M.D. reviews potential tax recovery sales

Posted on September 28, 2022 by Taber Times

By Cole Parkinson
Taber Times

As the federal government continues to push for a reduction in emissions from fertilizers, the Municipal District of Taber is hoping to have a discussion about how this will affect farmers across the country.

Administration brought forward a council agenda item during the M.D.’s regular meeting held on Aug. 16 and they had drafted a resolution summarizing council’s concerns that were discussed at the July 19 meeting.

“Administration is very much seeking council’s feedback on this. Many on council, as individuals, are deeply involved in agricultural operations, so we are definitely open to feedback,” explained CAO Arlos Crofts.

Some councillors expressed frustration over the fact this has been put forth by the federal government without much information. Without further clarification, it was expressed it would be hard to meet these targets.

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