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Your Input Can Help Determine Our Future Bus Service

At their meeting last night Flin Flon City Council received a letter on behalf of supporters of public transit complaining about the lack of bus service in the mid- morning effective today noting it’s too long a time for people who have to get to work, appointments and classes.

             

Four parents attended the meeting to emphasize the importance of the 8:30 run to Hapnot.

             

Councilor Colleen McKee said the present schedule is a five week trial run and they are looking for feedback from the public.  Mayor George Fontaine says the system as it is now is coming to an end and they are looking at continuing the service into the future with one bus instead of two so input is important to determine what the service will look like and they will be tweaking it for a while.

             

Administrator Mark Kolt noted the bus deficit is 300 thousand dollars a year with the province and city each covering half so this trial run can help determine where changes can be made when tendering the future service.

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