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Quick Peaks: June 6, 2012

On the blocks Catalyst Paper Corporation announced it has published notice that it has received court approval for its sale and is asking for proposals from prospective buyers.
Cabin numbering improves medical response

Cabin numbering improves medical response

GPS coordinates pinpoint locations for emergency personnel

Mayor asks for change

Staff members should free up part of their day to respond to questions and requests

Schools to have renovations

Officials examine Oceanview with an eye to new uses

Council finalizes financial plan

Staff insert 2011 audited financial statements in special council meeting

One step forward and one step back

Regional district directors deal with two zoning bylaws at board meeting

Community alerting system expands

High-tech system sends out messages during emergencies

Briefly: June 1, 2012

Meeting results in some action Representatives from Catalyst Paper Corporation, mayors from the communities where it operates and union officials sat down with BC Premier Christy Clark in her office on Tuesday, May 29.
New library costs about 95 million

New library costs about 95 million

Proposed building would add over 72000 annually in operating costs
Treaty opponents speak out

Treaty opponents speak out

Opposition covers wide range of issues