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Highlights from the governance meeting held Monday, July 18
The online document is highlighted by attention-grabbing imagery of the region
Customers can track their bus arrivals in real-time and see how full the bus is at any given time
High water shut down this area, popular for dog owners, in mid-June
10 % penalty applied on unpaid taxes & unclaimed grant amount after property tax due date of July 4
Temporary road closure, 1100 block of Cedar Ave. June 29 – June 30
The East Trail venue has a water park, large children’s playground and nearby parking.
The survey is available until July 8 on the city’s website: trail.ca/ATP.
Waiver forms must be filled out and signed before each drop-in session.
Lawn watering permitted odd numbered days for odd numbered premises
Trail council chooses free critter resistant bins over costly bear-proof bins for curbside organics
City looks for a short term solution to weather the inflationary storm
CAO Colin McClure attended his first governance meeting with Trail council on Monday
The section will temporarily close Wednesday and reopen Saturday morning
Company says 3500 MHz 5G debuting in Nanaimo will benefit wide range of clients
Drivers are asked to follow all Marwest Industries’ personnel and traffic safety signs.
After a three-day pelting of rain across the City of Trail, sun…
There is localized flooding in the 300 block of Ritchie Avenue in Tadanac.
The Glenmerry bin will be permanently removed on Monday, June 13.
The old bridge was nearing the end of its lifespan