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Swing Bridge appeal decision expected in coming months

Swing Bridge appeal decision expected in coming months

Case was heard by Ontario Court of Appeal in Toronto on Wednesday.
Budget remains largely unchanged as council continues review process

Budget remains largely unchanged as council continues review process

Reduced levies from DSSAB and Victoria Avenue BIA cut $75,000 from budget, though council opens wallet with $27,000 for library security and $20,000 in additional funding for Boys and Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay.
Council backs bid to land Ring of Fire smelter

Council backs bid to land Ring of Fire smelter

Unanimous support to encourage Noront Resources to select joint bid from Thunder Bay and Fort William First Nation.
Study to explore how to pay for underfunded stormwater management

Study to explore how to pay for underfunded stormwater management

Stormwater user fee – unofficially referred to as a rain tax – to be looked at as possible option.
Budget to spend less on roads as maintenance costs rise

Budget to spend less on roads as maintenance costs rise

Proposed 2018 city budget has $7 million earmarked for road repaving, down from $10.1 million the previous year and the now $13 million estimated annually to maintain the network.
Victoriaville future remains uncertain

Victoriaville future remains uncertain

Decision on whether to demolish nearly 40-year-old mall likely at least one year away.
First budget review meeting produces plenty of debate, few changes

First budget review meeting produces plenty of debate, few changes

Four-hour meeting ends with council approving adding 0.01 per cent to levy increase.
Merger of Thunder Bay and Kenora hydro utilities nears completion

Merger of Thunder Bay and Kenora hydro utilities nears completion

Thunder Bay city council approves amalgamation of local electrical utilities with Kenora.
Indoor soccer deemed a priority for city

Indoor soccer deemed a priority for city

Council makes preliminary show of support for indoor soccer facility but major decisions and commitments are still ahead.
Tennis community eyeing potential indoor solution

Tennis community eyeing potential indoor solution

Bubble could be erected around four existing courts at Thunder Bay Community Tennis Centre.