Sunday, April 19, 2015
Blog Watching, Week ending April 19, 2015
The item to catch the attention of most readers this week was our look at an early morning fire from last Sunday, an incident which has turned into an investigation into a possible case of arson, and provided for a strong surge of readers through the week.
With tourism season almost upon us, our look at the review of a number of Prince Rupert and the North Coast's attractions in a provincial magazine this week found a number of readers looking it up.
And three items related to Monday's Council session found an interested readership this week, with some concerns from the Board of Education and a recent appearance at a Public Hearing over zoning at the old Canadian Freightways yard finding much interest from our readers.
Rounding out the top five this week was our look at the progress of a housing proposal on the east side and news from the City as to how residents can notify the City about concerns related to pot holes this spring.
Leading off the review for the last seven days, last Sunday mornings fire of the early hours and the investigation that has followed it.
Prince Rupert RCMP investigating possible Arson on east side of the city -- A pair of fires from early Sunday morning, caught the attention of the RCMP, with a possible arson investigation now underway (posted April 13, 2015)
That item was followed by:
British Columbia Magazine featured a Prince Rupert Blitz over the weekend -- Prince Rupert and the North Coast gets a feature article mention in a popular magazine (posted April 14, 2015)
Prince Rupert Council may have some fences to mend with the School District -- The reception at a recent Public Hearing on zoning issues has left the School District disappointed with the handling of the issue by City Council (posted April 17, 2015)
India Avenue housing proposal moves forward to Public Hearing stage -- Monday's Council session provided some momentum for an east side housing proposal (posted April 16, 2015)
Pot Hole season a hot topic for Council on Monday evening -- Council received an update from city staff on how the city addresses the issue of potholes, with residents advised to call in trouble areas to the Public works department (posted April 16, 2015 )
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