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REPORTING · 16th February 2015
Walter McFarlane
Kitimat City Council Meets tonight, Monday, February 16th for a Regular Meeting of Council at their Council Chambers in the Northwest Community College at 7:30 Pm.

While the meeting begins with the monthly policing report given by Grayham Morgan, the other two presentations concern the walkways. Mary John will be presenting concerning a sidewalk along Quatsino Street and Luella Froess will be presenting concerning the 2015 walkway maintenance plan.

Councillor Mary Murphy is bringing forward a motion concerning asking Reconciliation Canada to have Reconciliation Workshops in Canada.

There are five reports scheduled. The first concerns the Development Application for the Haisla Town Centre, Pre-Budget Approval for an Emergency Generator for the Kitimat Fire Hall, a report on Putting a Sidewalk on Quatsino, the 2015 Walkway Program and the Statement of Accounts for January.

Council is scheduled to end with the Mayor and Council reports.
No sound and now no picture
Comment by CEM on 17th February 2015
Checked to see if council was on channel 10, I guess with all the sound problems and deciding whether to spend the money on a new sound system there was no sense to show a silent picture show of the 18th century.