Pig out on city council news
There's a whole buffet of news for you here, you porker! Valley Line delays, EPS funding increases, and sanction hearings are all being served, hot and ready!
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
Council budget review
Rooftop solar array
Police funding (increase, as always)
- Edmonton police get $10.3M boost with new Chinatown safety hub
- Chinatown operations hub funding gets green light from Edmonton city council
- Edmonton Police Service budget increase for 2022 cut to $1M, capital budget finalized
- City council agenda item
- Edmonton city council votes to halt Prairie Sky Gondola project
- Lack of reconciliation stops Edmonton city council from going forward with gondola project
- Council, experts say Edmonton needs official process for innovative projects
- Edmonton gondola needed better Indigenous consultation, councillor says
- Prairie Sky Facebook post about Indigenous name
- Councillor Aaron Paquette's tweet
Valley Line delayed (again)
- TransEd Announces Delay in Valley Line Southeast Service Commencement
- Long delayed $1.8-billion Valley Line LRT stymied yet again
- P3 model not responsible for latest Valley Line LRT issues, Edmonton city councillor says
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