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Sayings, slogans and Nelson City Hall
I’ve heard the passionate reasons from skaters and park lovers about the pros and cons of this site.
What to do with water in Nelson?
I’m sitting in Vancouver airport waiting for a flight home. It has been a challenge with the weather in the Kootenays.
Continuing the conversation in Nelson
I’d like to continue that theme and share with you a few of the conversations I’ve been having in my recent travels.
Governing through dialogue
I’ve been thinking a lot about conversations lately, especially in light of the heated council meeting
Spring a busy time for Nelson council
I’m coming to the end of the long weekend as I write this and it’s been a good one, full of activities in and out of Nelson.
Have your say on Nelson’s budget
Whenever I’m in another city, I like to learn about what the council of the day is doing.
What I learned at high school
A couple of Saturdays ago, I awoke to a beautiful sunny day and the prospect of spending most of that day indoors
Pace remains high at City Hall
The Kootenay Outdoor Skate Park Society received an early gift when council chose to support park with a recreation grant from the province.
Setting the stage for next term
I received a phone call the other day from local author Frances Welwood who invited me to her book launch at Touchstones on October 27.
Rivers and Renegotiation
Who would have dreamt that we’d all be enjoying the dog days of summer in September? These last couple of weeks have been a surprise for the region with everyone outside enjoying fall fairs, conferences and just being in and around the water.
Lots to do before term ends
With the clock ticking as we approach the upcoming fall election, council got to work to set its strategic priorities for these last few months.
Food for thought and inspiration
I’ve attended a few community events in the last few weeks that have inspired me and have highlighted the diverse talent and deep resourcefulness of our community.
Great news on recreation front
On February 24, Recreation Commission No. 5 gave the green light to…