Some follow up on the June 15th Annual Public Meeting for the Prince Rupert Port Authority attracted some strong readership this week.
We featured a number of areas of interest from the session, with two catching the most attention, our notes on the Port's views on financials, such as PILT and taxation areas, as well as the update they provided towards the new Wolverine Marine Fuelling Terminal set to go into operation later this year.
Two civic themes caught the eye of readers as well, our story on the city's plans for the 2023 Paving Program and delays that have kept Crestview Drive and Applewaite both closed to area residents at the site of the city's waterline work.
The discussions between the ILWU and BCMEA towards their contract negotiations also made for a well read item, with significant interest found in our notes related to a call from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce for the Federal government to take on more of a role in the talks.
The top story of the week however was that of our look at the progress for a new terminal on the city's industrial waterfront.
A few more nuggets of information delivered towards upcoming debut for Wolverine Fuelling Terminal -- The opening for a bulk marine fuelling terminal for Prince Rupert harbour was one of a number of themes we took note of from the June 15th PRPA Annual Public meeting, our notes on. the topic rising to the top for views for the week. You can review all of our APM story themes here. (posted June 20 , 2023)
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PILT, Port Financials and partnerships all make for themes from Q andA period of PRPA Annual Public Meeting -- Not far behind the Wolverine Terminals story on our most read list was our look at the Ports view on some of the topics of note in the community related to Port financials and taxation. You can review all of our APM story themes here. (posted June 19, 2023)
Crestview Road Repairs detailed owing to part delivery issues -- Work that began in December as part of the City's State of Local Emergency related to waterline breaks has yet to finish, with access to Crestview Drive and Applewaite impacted by the delays. (posted June 19, 2023)
Friday the deadline for bids for City's 2023 Paving Program -- The City has put out its call for Quotations for tis 2023 Paving Plan, with work to be completed by the end of September (posted June 21, 2023)
Canadian Chamber of Commerce, other agencies call on Government to work to keep supply chain moving with port disruption looming -- Many of the nation's Chamber of Commerces, including that of the Prince Rupert and District Chamber have joined in the calls for the Federal Government to step in and work towards a settlement related to the current contract impasse between Port workers and Marine Employers. (posted June 20, 2023)
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