City Council takes place today (April 16th), with a variety of items on the agenda.

One of those items includes the revealing of the 2018 Elite Athlete nominations. 

Council will also be presented with an update on the Growth Strategy Plan. The plan has been revised and will include the next 50 years of growth in Airdrie. Along with the plan, Council will also receive the 2017 Election campaign disclosure statements and financial statements in accordance with Provincial legislation. 

City Council starts with the afternoon session at 3:30 and the evening session at 5:30

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