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Private sector provides less costly library option

Private sector provides less costly library option

City staff will research former furniture building offer
Retirees need to transfer knowledge

Retirees need to transfer knowledge

Some long-term residents feel social isolation in friendly place

CrimeStoppers: September 10, 2014

Week of September 1 to 8, 2014 Total calls for service = 130 Impaired driving = 3 Assaults = 2 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 7 Mischief = 5 September 5 Duncan Street near Michigan Avenue At approximately 11:30 pm a 19-year-old female was biking alone

Quick Peaks: September 10, 2014

Lease approval City of Powell River Council approved application for renewal of its provincial lease for continued use of Whyte’s Beach, on Cranberry Lake, at the foot of Drake Street.

Boarders regulate selves

Boarders using city streets appear to be doing a good job of self-regulation.

Regional Board Briefs: September 10, 2014

District offers liquor support Powell River Regional District’s board of directors will advise the provincial Liquor Distribution Branch that it supports the potential rural agency store to be located in the Savary Island General Store, 2801 Vancouve

Briefly: September 5, 2014

National role A local resident has been elected onto the board of the National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA). Zoë Ludski, program director for CJMP 90.

Voting day set for chief and councillors

A total of 21 candidates seeking election

Sprinklers rain down on Patricia

Water causes quick change in Aurora Festival plans

Education bargaining stalls

Start date for school year uncertain