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Last Night's City Meeting

              Council passed on first reading an amendment to the Cemetery Bylaw to set fees. Councilor Tim Babcock says the fees which have not changed since 2000 will go up three percent retroactive to 2000 and a three percent increase will be proposed to Council each year into the future.  The amendment requires two more readings.

              Council reported the city is proceeding with necessary roof replacements at the Library, Community Hall and the RCMP office where leaks have been causing serious problems at a cost of 350 thousand dollars.

              Council agreed to spend just over ten thousand dollars to repair the retaining wall in front of City Hall as the brick work is crumbling.  They also agreed to spend just under ten thousand dollars to hire a company to do aerial images of the community.  Councilor Bill Hanson says the city uses the images for such purposes as settling land disputes, locating piping and other issues. He says these images have not been updated since the 90s.


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