It's beginning to feel a lot like budget

In the midst of the regularly scheduled November Ice Age, we follow up on the poor climate budgeting from last week. Plus, there was $5M in Downtown Vibrancy grants that got spent in the last year, and we track down what got funded.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Windermere solar panels
Parking ban
Carbon budget
Operating budget
Downtown vibrancy grants
Single-use item reduction grant
Wolf Willow parking ban
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Mack Male
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Troy Pavlek
Troy Pavlek
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