September 2016

Found 4 blog entries for September 2016.

A huge residential community could be built between the Town of Cochrane and the Bearspaw District, adding another 14,000 people to Rocky View County.

The plan was presented this week to Cochrane councillors and while no one seemed thrilled at the idea, some were in agreement because that Glenbow Ranch development would ensure that the City of Calgary wouldn’t built high rise buildings next to the town.

The lesser of two evils in some way.  Keep the big city at bay by building in between.

The new community would be built on the south side of Highway 1A on the east side of Cochrane stretching out towards Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park.  As it stands, the centre of the community would have some density with single-family structures on the east side

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Cochrane’s premiere golf course, The Links of GlenEagles, is an important focal point in the community. Every year, GlenEagles hosts a variety of golf tournaments, but none as large and none as much fun as the Monumental Tournament of Aces.

This year’s ninth annual tournament will be held Saturday, Oct. 1 and rumour has it that there are still a few spots open.  This event is one of the Town’s biggest fundraising events with community participation from experienced golfers and those who aren’t sure which end of the club is up.  Proceeds from the event benefit a variety of organizations that serve the Cochrane area.

In total, 180 golfers will spend they day playing a game loosely based on the actual game of golf and a lot of fun activities out on the

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Another beautiful community is being planned for Cochrane and you can have a sneak preview this Wednesday, Sept 14.

The working name is Rockland Park and the Burnswest group of developers invite everyone to an open house at The Cochrane Ranche House from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm to present an overview of the neighbourhood.  This area is scheduled to go in where the gravel pit is located by Spray Lake Sawmills downtown and the Family Sports Centre.   You may have already heard of this area as it’s been in the works since 2008.  The developers were waiting for the gravel pit to be completely mined before anything could take place on the site.

During the open house on Sept 14., the owners of the site and the development team will guide visitors through the

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