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<b>Council in Brief:</b> Dec. 5

Council in Brief: Dec. 5

Stop arm cameras, Lift+ service, and the future of Waverley Park’s historic fountain were all on the agenda as Thunder Bay’s city council held its first substantive meeting.
City responds to Lift+ transit concerns

City responds to Lift+ transit concerns

Staff defended the city's management of the Lift+ specialized transit service on Monday after a user raised concerns and called for improvements.
City considers future of Waverley Park's historic fountain

City considers future of Waverley Park's historic fountain

Thunder Bay's city council will receive more information after hearing a call to refurbish the more than two-century old Hogarth Fountain at Waverley Park, a job estimated to cost at least $250,000.
Evans retiring as city treasurer

Evans retiring as city treasurer

City treasurer and GM of corporate services and long-term care Linda Evans will retire early in the New Year, the City of Thunder Bay has announced.
Lead service replacement loans flow slowly

Lead service replacement loans flow slowly

A program intended to help homeowners replace lead water service connections saw 13 loans and two grants approved over the past year.
School bus camera program 'not feasible,' city staff report says

School bus camera program 'not feasible,' city staff report says

A tool local leaders hoped would address the growing problem of drivers blowing by stopped school buses can't be implemented without more provincial support, city staff say.
Changing of guard at city hall continues with committee appointments

Changing of guard at city hall continues with committee appointments

Mayor Ken Boshcoff signalled an intention to be closely involved in a wide range of files, securing appointment to 14 different boards and committees on Tuesday
Boshcoff, Ch'ng appointed to Thunder Bay Police Services Board

Boshcoff, Ch'ng appointed to Thunder Bay Police Services Board

Thunder Bay's new city council appointed Mayor Ken Boshcoff and Coun. Shelby Ch'ng to sit on the embattled Thunder Bay Police Services Board, but kept its decision on a citizen appointee under wraps.
Boshcoff delivers inaugural address

Boshcoff delivers inaugural address

Mayor Ken Boshcoff called on the municipal government to deliver progress on economic development, homelessness, and climate change – while minimizing tax hikes and hiring – in his inaugural address.
New council prepares to take on "heavy files"

New council prepares to take on "heavy files"

Thunder Bay's new city council will confront decisions like an "extraordinarily difficult" 2023 budget and a proposed indoor turf facility soon after being officially inaugurated on Monday.
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