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NANAIMO – Identifying unique products, branding, and distribution on the agenda.
NANAIMO – Community will lose an important part of its agricultural heritage
NANAIMO – Strategy expected to be adopted in April
NANAIMO – It was hard to criticize the city’s new zoning bylaw when it was passed by city council in the summer of 2011.
NANAIMO – Unfiltered storm sewer pipes across city allow for potentially hazardous run-off into streams,rivers and wetlands.
NANAIMO – Controversial Pioneer Forest to be designated as park.
Community theatre needs immediate repairs to protect users, public from potential of falling bricks and stucco.
NANAIMO – Former strip bar, pub now the venue for live-to-air performances.
NANAIMO – New website,logo and promotional videos identifies Harbour City as a place to invest in competitive environment
NANAIMO – National Heritage Week events take place Feb. 18-24.
Nanaimo to lose $150,000 in taxes after three terminals here are reduced in value by 22 per cent.
NDP opposition says it is wary of government's ability to forecast economic future.
NANAIMO – Passed one year ago by council, bylaw has attracted discussions but nothing concrete.
NANAIMO –City could stand to lose $1.2 million in tax revenue.
NANAIMO – Parksvile, Duncan also interested in streamlining bylaw ticket disputes.
Architectural tweaks have been made to provide privacy for both tenants and neighbours.
NANAIMO – Council struggles to fulfill cultural mandate while keeping an eye on spending.
NANAIMO – High rate of variance approvals for developers has elected officials concerned waterways aren't being properly protected.
NANAIAMO – Motion defeated to find a less expensive alternative to $100,000 facility.
NANAIMO – Councillor can't support passing interim budget without further discussion.