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2004 August News Releases

Community develops land use concept for St. Vital Memorial Park
WINNIPEG - August 30, 2004 - Under the direction of St. Vital Councillor Gord Steeves, the consulting firm of David E. Lettner and Associates was retained by the City of Winnipeg to facilitate a meaningful public involvement process for resolving issues associated with the proposed expansion of the St. Vital YMCA - YWCA facility at the current Fermor Avenue location.

Sherbrook Pool closed for repairs
WINNIPEG - August 26, 2004 - Sherbrook Pool, 381 Sherbrook Street, will be closed for repairs to the pool tank from August 30th to September 15th inclusive.

Water and Waste Department issues advisory regarding water testing services
WINNIPEG - August 26, 2004 - The City of Winnipeg Water and Waste Department has received reports of an individual contacting city residents in the East Kildonan and Langside areas to solicit water testing services.

Development projects announced at Waterfront Drive opening ceremonies
WINNIPEG - August 24, 2004 - Representatives of the three levels of government officially opened the City's Waterfront Drive Project at ceremonies held today.

Mayor pledges support to Province on Shoal Lake
WINNIPEG - August 5, 2004 - Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz will act as necessary and cooperate with Manitoba Premier Gary Doer to protect Winnipeg's water supply from any proposed mining plan in Shoal Lake.

City introduces system to inform public of sewer overflows
WINNIPEG - August 4, 2004 - Today the City of Winnipeg introduced a system to inform the public whenever there is likely to be a sewer overflow into the rivers.



Last update: 29.03.2007

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