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Roadway enhancement aids cycling

Roadway enhancement aids cycling

Bicycle riding proponents see great value in redesign of pedalling corridors
City pursues own liquid waste management plant

City pursues own liquid waste management plant

Pairing with the mills facility now off the table

Quick Peaks: February 11, 2015

Grey month Weather observers at Powell River airport recorded only 31.6 hours of bright sunshine for January. That’s about 10 hours less compared to Environment Canada’s historical climate data compiled between 1981 and 2010.

CrimeStoppers: February 11, 2015

Week of February 2 to February 9, 2015 Total calls for service = 128 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 3 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 4 Mischief = 1 1. February 2 A Powell River resident received a phone call stating she had won $5 million.

Regional Board Briefs: February 11, 2015

Study examines terrain hazards Powell River Regional District board has voted to direct staff to complete a geotechnical hazards study that identifies high-risk terrain and drainages in Electoral Areas B and C.

Being a safe community has advantages

Province may institute user pay for major crime

City applies for summer day camp expansion

Mayor would like to hire student groundskeepers

Briefly: February 6, 2015

Devil’s Brigade receives praise Surviving members of the First Special Services Forces, nicknamed the Devil’s Brigade, were invited to Washington, DC, on Tuesday, February 3.

CrimeStoppers: February 4, 2015

Week of January 26 to February 2, 2015 Total calls for service = 94 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 3 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 4 Mischief = 1 1.

Quick Peaks: February 4, 2015

School district seeks ideas About 50 concerned parents attended a community discussion on the future enrolment and facility management of Eco French Immersion at James Thomson Elementary, recently.
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