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Fort Garry’s bid came in at $22,832 below budget
‘Regulars will also know that votes around this council table are often split 3 to 2’
‘we would like to apologize for the pain our original decision caused’
‘council raised residential taxes for no reason and I stand by that statement’
The village will save money by having it closed
It was an amazing and unexpected response to what should have been…
The COVID-19 Restart Fund is intended to ensure that there is a smooth recovery
‘Anything that we do for the community, we typically do through the grant in aid budget.’
“If you want something, step up and be willing to be part of the solution.”
More news from Port McNeill’s April 13 council meeting.
In favour of the motion were Wickstrom, Baron and Coun. Shelley Downey.
The proposed project would “revitalize the waterfront area to a vibrant community space.”
Staff will be looking into changes to the bylaw and bringing it back to council for discussion.
The district will post the winning photos on its new Bear Smart Port Hardy Facebook Page.
“Like every organization the RDMW has challenges…”
Wickstrom noted a proposal for clinic space was launched at www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca.
No formal, detailed costing was available but estimates ranging upwards of $50,000 were discussed.
The mobile EOC would be equipped with generators, tents, desk space and other necessities.
The society needs volunteers to “make the partnership stronger for the future.”
Council adopted a bylaw to allow home owners to build separate suites to use as short term rentals.