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Mayor happy with 2018 budget

Campbell River Mayor Andy Adams says he’s pleased with the 2018 budget. It includes funding for a number of infrastructure projects and service upgrades. The budget is based on a 10-year plan rather than a five-year...

Campbell River council wants derelict vehicles out of the public eye

City council is looking to deal with derelict vehicles and overgrown walkways. At Monday’s meeting amendments to Campbell River’s Public Nuisance Bylaw were given first and second readings. Those changes would make so that property...

Council Approves Grant For Downtown Beautification Project

The city of Campbell River is putting more effort into beautifying in the downtown core. Council approved a $10,000 grant to develop a mural at a business on Shoppers Row. The business is also...

City agrees on deal to install electric car chargers

Campbell River is teaming up with BC Hydro to get a fast charger for electric vehicles. The unit would be installed at the Community Centre. Council endorsed a 10-year deal with the hydro company at...

City approves new composting facility

The City of Campbell River has approved the development of a regional composting facility. Campbell River Council approved the facility be developed at the Norm Wood Environmental Centre. James Mathers, Senior Manager of Comox-Strathcona Waste...

More Affordable Housing Available In Campbell River

Work is underway on a new affordable housing project in Campbell River. Manager for the city Deborah Sargent says the purchase of the Travelodge on the Old Island Highway will be a huge benefit...

City Working Towards Eliminating Pay Parking In Public Spots

The City of Campbell River is moving forward on bringing in a ban on paid parking for public facilities. Paid parking has come up as an issue in the community, following the announcement that...

Council begins 2017 budget talks

Campbell River City Council is beginning discussions for next year's financial plan. Planning talks for the 2017 budget started last week. City Manager Deborah Sargent says the discussions will include the feedback received through the...

City looking for feedback on Community Energy and Emissions Plan

The City of Campbell River is looking for public feedback on its Community Energy and Emissions Plan. Spokesperson Cassandra Smith says the city received 400 free hours of advising to update the original plan which...

Moving forward with the RFP Downtown Development Readiness Design

The City of Campbell River is moving forward with the RFP Downtown Development Readiness Design Concept with MVH Urban Planning. Community Planning & Development Services Manager Amber Zirnhelt says they're looking for the process to...
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