Trail council meets tonight

Agenda includes letter from John Crozier, Warfield's acting mayor.

Agenda includes letter from Warfield council

By Sheri Regnier

Times Staff

Today’s 3:30 p.m. governance committee meeting at city hall should provoke interesting discussions when members of Trail council meet to discuss Warfield’s offer to only fund library services this year.

On the agenda is the city’s decision to nix that option citing in a memo that Trail remains open to renegotiating a funding agreement that includes both recreation and the library.

Added to the discussion will be Warfield Acting Mayor John Crozier’s letter to Trail council dated April 25 (Friday) announcing the village council’s decision to revisit negotiations with the city.

Another recreation issue on the table is the Trail Curling Association’s request for council to waive about $14,000 in lease fees for facility use in 2014/2015 season.

Regular Trail council starts at 6 p.m. and looks to be a brief meeting.

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