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The Municipality of Crownsest Pass announced last week that it will be shutting down the Coleman Public Works shop, in order to allow for improved utilization of resources.
Director of Operational Services Myron Thompson said this will be the first of many changes in order to increase efficiency.
“Public Works is implementing plans to improve overall efficiency and service delivery to community residents,” said Thompson in a press release. “These plans include numerous functional changes that will see improved utilization of resources, improved efficiency, and increased accountability.”

The Coleman shop will be closed down and consolidated with the Blairmore shop into one facility which will be known as the Crowsnest West Facility.
The Hillcrest shop, which also serves Bellevue, will now be known as the Crowsnest East Facility.
“These changes will take place over a relatively short period of time, and residents should be assured that service levels will not be reduced as a result of these changes,” said Thompson.
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