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Sometimes It's The Small Things That Count

It's just a small "win" but getting maps included in e-notices from City Hall are just one of the steps we can take to make information more useful for residents.
Written by Dave Lane at 15:38

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Council Just Cut Taxes. But Wait, There’s More!

We didn’t just cut taxes almost back to where they were before last year’s budget (which is awesome in its own right). We’ve also fundamentally changed the way City Hall operates.
Written by Dave Lane at 15:12

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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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Walkers Rejoice! Here’s How St. John’s Has Improved Its Winter Sidewalk Clearing

Pedestrians in St. John's have traditionally been frustrated every winter with poorly cleared (if cleared at all) sidewalks. This year, Council has put a focus on better sidewalk service, and the results are impressive so far.
Written by Dave Lane at 15:44

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