Many folks who love heritage still aren’t designating because they don’t understand what it means, it seems too tough, or it may decrease their property value.
A complete, non-dramatic recap of how the Budget Drop unfolded, plus good news for local beer lovers.
Council’s main messaging on the Budget is that taxation rates will remain unchanged for 2018, with no new fees or charges to fret over in the forthcoming year.
Do I write a story that says “yay, you’re getting a lot of things right and you don’t suck as much as everyone else does?” Or do I step over all that good stuff and say “come on guys, you can do better?”
What went down at city council this week?
The city will begin implementing its new automated garbage system in 2018.
What Went Down This Week at the St. John’s City Council Meeting?
The Greenery Brings Straightforward Home Growing Technology To 206 Duckworth, And You Don’t Even Need To Smoke Pot To Reap The Benefits (Though It Helps).
Believe it or not, there’s a treaty, dating back to 1967, called the Outer Space Treaty (OST). It is a pact that designates outer space as “the province of all mankind,” and the nearly 100 countries who signed it all agreed to not colonize a celestial body or use it for military operations.
Byelections generally only offer us a limited snapshot of the political climate in a given system, and this goes double for the district of Mount Pearl North. St. Johns’ pluckiest suburb has been ardent Tory turf more or less since its inception.
Finding more people to hang for the sins of Muskrat Falls Cost Over-runs is essentially just funding more real life soap opera material for local media to write about. Are we simultaneously funding inquiries into what do we do now, about our deficit, about the interest rate on our credit, about the unique costs of our population dynamics, or about the forthcoming blow to the costs of delivering healthcare in NL?