City council is making a lot of noise about vehicle noise, meanwhile the Friends of Scona Rec are making a lot of noise about the closure of their favourite pool.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
Walterdale Bridge art
- Edmonton councillors vote to permanently close Scona Pool
- City of Edmonton plans to close Scona Pool permanently, report shows
- Agenda item
- 2018: Strathcona residents lobby Edmonton council for new pool
- Rollie Miles Recreation Centre
Edmonton Ski Club
- City of Edmonton to explore stiffer penalties, other options to combat noisy vehicles
- Edmonton city committee moves forward on cracking down on excessive vehicle noise
- Excessive vehicle noise could earn you a ticket in Red Deer thanks to updated bylaw, new detectors
- Petition: Motor Vehicle Enthusiasts Aren't the City of Edmonton's Bank
- Street parking overhaul gets go-ahead from Edmonton councillors
- Committee approves long-term plan to update curbside space in Edmonton
- Agenda item
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