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THUNDER BAY -- The process that recommended demolishing the greenhouses at the local conservatory and closing down Municipal Golf Course at the end of this year is likely to continue.
Reducing those services were the main recommendations in the Core Business Review. Both moves were eventually voted down, a decision that disappointed City Manager Tim Commisso and some members of Council.
Council will be asked on Monday night to support moving ahead with the review process, and Commisso believes the recommendation will be supported.
Some on Council felt the Conservatory and Municipal Golf Course were attacks on quality of life services, and wanted programs like sidewalk snow removal examined for budget savings.
Commisso believes that can be looked at for efficiencies.
The Core Business Review was targeting half a million dollars a year in savings.
Commisso says only $100,000 in cost savings was achieved this year, but the overall goal was still reached through cost containment in other city departments.
(Thunder Bay Television)
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