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City receives $2 million for conservatory renewal

City receives $2 million for conservatory renewal

NOHFC funds will help cover over $7 million in costs to renew botanical conservatory, production greenhouses.
City doubles grants under lead water program

City doubles grants under lead water program

City of Thunder Bay will make 20 grants of $1,000 each available to low-income homeowners to replace lead water service connections.
City kicks off budget review amid lower-than-projected growth

City kicks off budget review amid lower-than-projected growth

Low growth, infrastructure investments, provincially-funded staffing expansions among highlights of first budget review meeting.
Council in Brief: Jan. 17

Council in Brief: Jan. 17

Thunder Bay's city council supports tiny homes initiative, appoints inaugural community safety and well-being committee.
City grants in-principle support to Matawa tiny homes project

City grants in-principle support to Matawa tiny homes project

Resolution doesn't tie city to fund six-home project, but councillors express support.
A guide to the city’s budget process – and how to get involved

A guide to the city’s budget process – and how to get involved

Thunder Bay residents have several ways to provide feedback as 2022 municipal budget is set over the coming weeks.
City hears feedback on proposed 2022 budget

City hears feedback on proposed 2022 budget

Thunder Bay's city council hears calls to constrain taxes, reject ask for new police headquarters.
In election year, pandemic puts city council agenda in doubt

In election year, pandemic puts city council agenda in doubt

Progress on city council items will be delayed due to pandemic, likely pushing some beyond current term.
City will consider safety netting at arenas in 2022 budget

City will consider safety netting at arenas in 2022 budget

Mayor Bill Mauro says the $284,000 expense is justified by real safety risks.
Community Auditorium would shoulder more costs under new arrangement

Community Auditorium would shoulder more costs under new arrangement

Performing arts centre expected to pay administrative, capital costs in new deal with city, but could see expanded funding opportunities.
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