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Firefighters deserve every penny

I just finished reading Margaret Wente’s article in The Globe and Mail about how firefighters are one of the “best-paid guys around” Lots of time off to go fishing, hunting or run your own business on the side and your union always wins. 448 more words

Transparency at Cranbrook City Council "NOT"

At the April 27th Cranbrook Council meeting it was announced at the very last minute of the meeting that the Old Fire Hall was to be sold. 498 more words

In Dayton's Projects Bill, Tiny Hallock Scores Big Help

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A city in the northernmost reaches of Minnesota with fewer than 1,000 people is getting outsized attention in Gov. Mark Dayton’s construction projects bill. 275 more words

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Repurposing Sackville's former Fire Hall: Town Councillor Shawn Mesheau

The former fire hall and police station on Main Street in Sackville is the subject of a feasability study commissioned by the Town of Sackville. Town Councillor Shawn Mesheau introduced a motion at January’s council meeting to consider non-commercial uses for the building. 185 more words

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Highlights from January Town Council Meeting with Councillor Evans

Sackville Town Councillor Bill Evans joined us in the studio to give his take on the previous night’s Regular Council Meeting. The highlights?

The Tantramar Planning Commission’s Lori Bickford gave a presentation about the public consultation she conducted to gather citizen input for the 2015-2020 Municipal Plan. 322 more words

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Councillor Bill Evans: Municipal Politics in 2015

Town Councillor Bill Evans says “The only resolution I’ve made this year is not to make any resolutions.” Nonetheless, he looks forward at the coming year, and discusses some changes we might be able to expect in the Town of Sackville. 316 more words

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WATCH: Osoyoos residents in favour of new fire hall

OSOYOOS, B.C. — It’s a controversial idea: spending $6.6 million dollars to build a new fire hall in Osoyoos. More than a thousand residents signed a petition against the project, but when it came time to vote on it during the municipal election, a majority of taxpayers approved. 328 more words

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