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Mainly, she notes that she is concerned about a potential loss of timely and adequate access to the elected MLA for the area. MLAs are already difficult to meet and share information and concerns with, and larger ridings are going to make this near impossible, she notes. Other concerns includes, �erosion of the rural voice at the provincial government level,� and she adds that splitting the county into two ridings will make it difficult to be focused and plan appropriately. Starosielski says she feels the proposed boundary changes could shift more power to urban centers, whose priorities can be vastly different from rural areas and they could see rural areas being �left behind.� According to the report, �It is recommended that the boundary of the current electoral division of Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville extend east to the Saskatchewan border, and thus take in St. Paul, Two Hills and the surrounding area.� The constituency would take in the community of entirety of the town of Tofield, which is currently split between two electoral boundaries. It was also take in the community of New Sarepta (from the current Leduc-Beaumont constituency). The recommendation keeps Flagstaff County intact, �an important goal given the significant work in which the county is engaged relating to inter-municipal partnerships.� CAO Sheila Kitz and Reeve Steve Upham confirmed that the County of St. Paul is also involved in a number of municipal partnerships, thanks to the successful application of ACP grants for the region. �For many projects that includes the County, Town of St.

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