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InterValley Water holds the line on rate increase

InterValley Water Vice-Chair Glenn Beatty (left to right), Treasruer Geoff Booth and Chair Anthony Nienhuis at the rural water utility’s annual general meeting March 20

Rural residents and businesses on the InterValley Water Incorporated (IWI) pipeline will get a break again this year when it comes to water rates. Continue reading “InterValley Water holds the line on rate increase”

New Dalmeny Industrial Park to break ground soon

Jim Weninger (left), administrator for the town of Dalmeny, Anthony Nienhuis, developer of the Dalmeny Industrial Park, and Jon Kroeker, Dalmeny Mayor created a mutually beneficial partnership to implement the development project

A new industrial park in the town of Dalmeny could see shovels in the ground by the end of May. The project was facilitated by a unique partnership between the developers, Anthony Nienhuis and Ben Vander Kooi of Dalmeny Industrial Park Inc., and the town.

A failed local improvement project in 2015 paved the way for some creative and better solutions. “The greatest thing that happened is, it brought Anthony and the town together to look at the bigger picture,” said Dalmeny town administrator, Jim Weninger. Nienhuis owns the Martensville Building and Home Supply store and is involved in a range of other projects in the area.   Continue reading “New Dalmeny Industrial Park to break ground soon”