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From city councillor Robin Cherbo....
From Nelson city councillor Robin Cherbo....
Over the last few weeks there have been meetings to discuss and…
It is the middle of Local Government Awareness Week, with a number of different events still to come.
Lately there has been a lot of discussion on how municipalities can contribute to affordable housing with limited funding sources.
Nelson city council is again reviewing the budget and preparing to set tax rates for this year.
As 2015 comes to a close we reflect on one of its key issues: the panhandling by-law
Our city, along with council, is working on a number of interesting issues.
Councillor Robin Cherbo on hospital jobs, Stores to Shores, and the challenges of biking in Nelson.
Councillor Robin Cherbo says with construction projects have come tough decisions.
City Councillor Robin Cherbo reflects on Nelson policing and the relationship between the Nelson police department and the RCMP.
Council has had a number of meetings together this year including detailed budget discussion.
The summer is just about over and so is our term in office with the Civic Election coming up on November 15.
Things heated up when the suggestion was made to stop putting up new lights and hire a consultant to come up with a lighting plan.
Poverty reduction plans have been developed across Canada; unfortunately BC is one of the last to create a poverty plan.
Rather than continue with patients providing their own marijuana, the government has passed the production onto new corporations.
The City of Nelson’s 2014 budget is being worked on and we are reviewing the cost of protective services.
The City Council and staff have been diligently working on the Downtown-Waterfront master plan proposal.
At the last city council meeting we continued the process of passing a number of updates to our bylaws — with fines attached.
As I travel around the city, I notice a number of drivers who do a rolling pass at the stop signs, which could result in a serious accident.