Sunday, January 18, 2015
Blog Watching, week ending January 18, 2015
Civc matters were a focus this week, with items of interest from City Council collecting three spots in the top five viewed items of the week. Concerns over the recording of council minutes, small business issues and some notes from the Mayor captured our readers attention this week.
Our review of last weekends Northern showdown between the Rainmakers and Queen Charlotte Secondary Saints also found a wide following.
Leading it all off this week however, a look at the inspection notices of a number of local restaurants, cafes and other locations where food is served to the public
Northern Health listings reveal inspection reviews of local food establishments -- The inspection archives of Northern Health provide us with a snapshot of the beyond the kitchen doors part of the local eatery scene (posted January 12, 2015)
That item was followed by:
Senior Boy's Rainmakers take two of three from Saints -- The QCSS Saints made the crossing from Haida Gwaii last weekend for a showdown with the Senior Boy's Rainmakers (posted January 12, 2015)
Mayor Brain offers snapshot of first few weeks at the helm -- Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain took to his Facebook portal this week, providing a quick look at how his first month of elected governance has gone (posted January 13, 2015)
Council to take first steps in creating a Small Business Task Force in 2015 -- Council had a busy first session for 2015, making appointments and setting up committees, with Housing and Small Business the first to be set up ( posted January 15, 2015)
City Council member outlines concerns over brevity of council minutes -- Councillor Joy Thorkelson called attention to a number of issues related to the minutes of Council meetings and some of the procedures that need to be reviewed ( posted January 14, 2015 )
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