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2000 February News Releases

Snow Route Overnight Parking Ban Lifted
February 29, 2000 - Jim Thomson, Director of Public Works, announced the Snow Route Overnight Parking Ban has been lifted effective 06:01 am Tuesday, February 29, 2000.

Mayor Optimistic Re: C.U.P.E. Talks
February 25, 2000 - Mayor Glen Murray remains optimistic that an agreement will be reached with the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 500, which constitutes the largest group of civic workers.

For Immediate Release from Mayor Glen Murray
February 22, 2000 - For the sake of clarity and consistency, Mayor Glen Murray would like to reiterate the following points regarding the tragic double homicide case of February 16, 2000.

Moody's and Standard and Poor's Credit Rating Agencies Forecast Brighter Financial Future for City
February 15, 2000 - Two credit rating agencies, Standard and Poors, Toronto, and Moody's Investor Services, New York, today issued their annual reviews on the City of Winnipeg's financial situation.

Equipment Malfunction at Shoal Lake - No Risk to Water Quality
February 11, 2000 - At 2:30 am on Friday, February 11, 2000, disinfection of the water flow was interrupted at the City of Winnipeg's Shoal Lake Intake due to an electrical condition

Budget 2000 - Quick Facts (pdf, 10kb)
February 2, 2000 - Effect of 2% Property Tax Reduction on Residential Properties for 2000, 2001 and 2002

The Six Percent Solution: Draft Budget Cuts Property Taxes for Next Three Years
February 2, 2000 - Mayor Glen Murray and his Executive Policy Committee today tabled an historic, three year current operating budget which recommends a two, two and two percent real cut in property taxes, while maintaining important core services.

Last update: 26.01.2015

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