|From Councillor Mira's Facebook page
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And the reason for that was, that at that time and this was you know pre containerization of Fairview, we had taken a fifteen million dollar write off of Fairview Terminal to really reflect that the utility at that point in time had effectively diminished to almost zero value." -- Port VP of Finance Joe Rektor at the June Annual Public Meeting
"PRPA and the City of Prince Rupert are working cooperatively to investigate the opportunity for a new and enhanced Emergency Response and Training facility.
Recognizing the City’s need for a new fire hall, as well as the requirement for various port operations to internally provide or contract specific emergency services that aren’t currently available locally, PRPA and the City believe there may be significant mutual benefit in a collaborative capital and operating venture.
This conceptual design work is an early step in determining the feasibility of such a project." -- Katherine Voigt of the PRPA July 7