2000 April News Releases
Day of Mourning Remembers City Workers Killed in Work-Related Accidents
April 28, 2000 - His Worship Mayor Glen Murray asked Winnipeg citizens to remember thirteen civic workers who have been killed in work-related accidents since 1978. To mark the day, the flags at City Hall will be flown at half-mast.
City Garbage Crews Working on Saturday, April 29, 2000
April 28, 2000 - The Easter holiday long weekend, together with spring lawn cleanup, is resulting in volumes of garbage up to 6 times the usual amount.
Mayor Glen Murray Regarding the Verdict Involving Councillor Al Golden
April 26, 2000 - Mayor Glen Murray, in consultation with the City Solicitor, has the following information to share with journalists regarding the verdict involving Councillor Al Golden.
Lead Control Program Improves Drinking Water Quality
April 19, 2000 - This spring, the Water and Waste Department will begin adding orthophosphate to the water supply to reduce lead levels in our drinking water. Tap water in most Winnipeg homes has very low levels of lead.
Sargent Park Pool Closed for Repairs
April 17, 2000 - The pool at the Sargent Park Recreation Complex has been closed as of yesterday due to the rupture of a water line supplying filtered water to the pool tank.
Mayor and EPC Exploring Options Regarding Contract Negotiations with CUPE
April 3, 2000 - Mayor Glen Murray and members of his Executive Policy Committee are in the process of exploring options regarding contract negotiations with CUPE.
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