Funding approved for ARCHES to continue needle pickup hotline service through end of 2018
City Council approved $54,000 for ARCHES to continue providing a needle debris pickup and hotline service through the end of this year. The program will be funded partially with $22,500 from provincial Family and Community Suppor Services (FCSS) funding with the $31, 425 balance funded from Council contingencies.
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How Council Voted
|To approved the request to provide funding for ARCHES to continue providing needle debris pick and hotline services for the period Apr. 1-Dec. 31, 2018, with funding of $22,500 from FCSS allocations and $31,425 from Council contingencies.
Council receives report on campaign spending disclosure for 2017 municipal election
A report from the municipal returning officer was received by City Council, detailing campaign contributions and expenses for all candidates in the 2017 municipal election.
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Past election results & campaign expense disclosures