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Mayor Joanne Monaghan started off the June 4th Meeting of Council with her customary good news.
“After the big Shell Announcement on May 21st, it would be hard to top that. However, you may hear some more news from them soon,” said Monaghan.
She announced there would be two Chinese Groups coming into Kitimat to see the community for industries from China.
She encouraged people to drive around Service Centre and see the improvements which have been made to the buildings down there.
Monaghan announced the next Unsightly Premises Task Force would meet on June 15th at the Chalet. People who would like to join the group are invited to call the Mayor.
“Council and myself had a meeting with BC Hydro and we had a presentation on their future endeavours,” said Monaghan.
She announced McElhanney has opened an office in Kitimat and while it is not a retail store.
“No, it is not a retail store, which we need, however, the more storefronts we have, the more people in town and I’m sure retail will be following,” said Monaghan.
She stated on Sunday, June 3rd, she and several other Councillors attended the flag raising at the Firehall and the beginning of Camoes Week.
She asked people not to forget the Bull-O-Rama.