Sunday, May 31, 2015

Blog Watching, Week ending May 31, 2015

Appointments by the City of Prince Rupert to a pair of Boards grabbed some of the attention when it came to the week's reading on the blog, with much interest expressed in who the City had named to the Prince Rupert Airport Board and the Board at Tourism Prince Rupert.

When our readers weren't focused on topics related to the civic appointments, the latest item of interest regarding the plans of Petronas to build an LNG terminal at Lelu island was of some interest to readers.

Rounding out the five most read items of the week, the discussion on homelessness at City Council on Monday evening and some administrative changes ahead for School District 52.

Leading off the review, the City places four members on the Board of Directors of the Prince Rupert Airport Authority.

Four to be named to Prince Rupert Airport Board  -- The announcement by the City of four appointments to the Prince Rupert Airport Authority caught the eye of a large number of readers this week  (posted May 25, 2015)

That item was followed by:

With signing of MOU, Petronas looks to secure Conditional Final Investment Decision within weeks  -- With a deal hammered out with the Provincial government, Petronas looks ahead to a potential FID announcement in the weeks to come  (posted May 25, 2015)

Familiar names return to Tourism Prince Rupert  -- More announcements out of Prince Rupert City Hall were of interest to readers, with interest high in who the city has named to the Board of Tourism Prince Rupert (posted  May 26, 2015)

Administrative changes ahead for 2015-16 at School District 52  -- With the school year closing in on its end, SD 52 announces some changes for September  (posted May 29, 2015)

Councillor Thorkelson expresses frustration over ongoing issues of homelessness in Prince Rupert  --  The majority of Monday's council session morphed into a discussion about homelessness in the city (posted May 27, 2015 )

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