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City unveils $4.8M in potential budget cuts

City unveils $4.8M in potential budget cuts

Council to meet Wednesday night to continue budget deliberations.
More public input needed before budget finalized, council hears

More public input needed before budget finalized, council hears

Thunder Bay city council called on to reinstate consultation session between budget's approval and ratification.
Victoria Avenue BIA needs member participation or could be dissolved

Victoria Avenue BIA needs member participation or could be dissolved

BIA has not had a functioning board since August as meetings have not acheived quorum to select board members.
Proposed city budget includes 3 per cent water, sewer increases

Proposed city budget includes 3 per cent water, sewer increases

Average household in Thunder Bay estimated to pay $1,186 for water and sewer in 2019 with proposed three per cent increases.
Morriseau appointed to police services board

Morriseau appointed to police services board

Georjann Morriseau was the chief of Fort William First Nation from 2013 to 2015.
Tennis community brings forward plan for indoor courts

Tennis community brings forward plan for indoor courts

Proposal to put bubble over four existing courts at Thunder Bay Community Tennis Centre is estimated to cost $1.8 million.
Designated truck route plan slowed down

Designated truck route plan slowed down

Council delays ratification of route that would steer truck traffic off Dawson Road and Arthur Street, just one week after initial approval.
City budget being refined as council awaits options for cuts

City budget being refined as council awaits options for cuts

City administration had been directed to provide options to reduce or eliminate $3.15 million in proposed spending.
Indoor turf facility signalled as priority 'legacy project'

Indoor turf facility signalled as priority 'legacy project'

Council approves creation of new reserve fund solely dedicated to the pursuit of an indoor multi-use artificial turf facility.
Council delays decision on police budget increase to address OIPRD recommendations

Council delays decision on police budget increase to address OIPRD recommendations

Decision on amendment to Thunder Bay police budget pushed to Jan. 30, council directs administration to find as much as $3 million in total budget cuts.