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Citizen-Council Collaborations Are Reimagining the City of St. John's

There's a dramatic shift occurring in how City Hall interacts with residents. Instead of just deciding what services to provide, how to provide them, and then reacting to complaints, we're now truly including citizens in the process.
Written by Dave Lane at 16:03

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The Four Sisters and the Stars of Heritage Restoration

The stars have aligned! The many elements required for a heritage structure to be saved and restored have come together in the case of a well-known set of St. John’s properties known as The Four Sisters.
Written by Dave Lane at 15:18

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There's Gold in Them Thar Vacant Buildings

With a little bit of collaboration and vision, St. John's many vacant buildings can become big contributors to our culture and economy. Dave explores the options.
Written by Dave Lane at 15:07

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The Latest on the Water Street Re-Jig

Water Street in St. John's is currently undergoing exploratory work to determine where all the pipes and wires are before we start a multi-year project.
Written by Dave Lane at 19:21

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The Water Street Re-Jig

Forget Hebron and Muskrat Falls – there’s a major project about to happen on the oldest street in North America. What's your vision for the final product?
Written by Dave Lane at 09:32

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