Wednesday, Janurary 18th, was the deadline to renew business licenses in the town of High River.

High River's Safety Codes Supervisor, Andree Lamoureux, says business can still renew their licenses costing $120 for resident businesses and town businesses.

She says, renewals were emailed December 13th, and about one third of businesses have paid.

Lamoureux says, penalties incurred for not renewing business licenses will be invoiced and mailed out at the end of the month.

However, she says, businesses still have time to renew their licenses.


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