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City asks residents to weigh in on public surveillance program

City asks residents to weigh in on public surveillance program

Online survey for Eye On The Street renewal program will be available until April 16.
Plan envisions big changes for north core, trimming traffic and parking

Plan envisions big changes for north core, trimming traffic and parking

Consultant presents draft plan for reimagining north core streetscapes, focusing on walkability and supporting uses like events, patios.
Tuesday evening webinar seeks input on north core redesign

Tuesday evening webinar seeks input on north core redesign

Upcoming water and sewer replacement opens new possibilities for design of north core downtown streets.
City asked to join living wage campaign

City asked to join living wage campaign

Lakehead Social Planning Council asks City of Thunder Bay to endorse living wage campaign that suggests $16.21 hourly floor for local workers.
Kasper Transportation seeks support for national bus network

Kasper Transportation seeks support for national bus network

Owner of locally based bus company seeks city support as Kasper Transportation joins calls for national intercity bus network backstopped by feds.
Council approves increase for Tbaytel board

Council approves increase for Tbaytel board

Compensation for directors of the municipally-owned telecom will be raised for first time in 15 years.
Meeting will consider future of indoor turf facility

Meeting will consider future of indoor turf facility

Thunder Bay's city council will receive information on potential options for future of proposed infrastructure project at a meeting in April.
Patio program expected to grow

Patio program expected to grow

City could see second street closure over the summer to make way for outdoor dining, retail space, as it renews patio program.
City renews accessibility plan

City renews accessibility plan

City of Thunder Bay approves 2019-2024 Municipal Accessibility Plan, identifying next steps to remove barriers.
Tbaytel board seeks compensation increase

Tbaytel board seeks compensation increase

Increase would adjust rates for inflation since 2006, require approval by city council.