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Business feedback sought in Enderby

The City of Enderby has launched a business beautification program. - Darren Robinson photo
The City of Enderby has launched a business beautification program.
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Enderby businesses will be consulted on two key issues.

The city has called a business meeting for Tuesday to discuss proposed traffic flow changes on Cliff Avenue and a new brand for Enderby.

“We are keen to hear from the business community about how we can build upon recent successes and harness the energy and ideas of the wider community,” said Mayor Howie Cyr.

“I want to make sure that the proposed changes are understood and help our business community.”

Local business owners who wish to speak before council can sign up at the start of the meeting for a delegation slot.  There will be an opportunity for questions at the end of the meeting.  The general public is welcome to attend.

The meeting will occur at 5 p.m. at city hall.

Business owners who wish to speak before council can register at the start of the meeting for a delegation slot.  There will also be an opportunity for questions and the general public is welcome to attend.

The business meeting is just the latest round of consultation between the city and the community.

“The vitalization open houses in the spring of 2012 and the integrated community sustainability plan open houses in the autumn of 2012 provided an abundance of great ideas, vision, and volunteers,” said Cyr.

“With 2013 now upon us, we want to continue championing sustainable progress and prosperity in Enderby.”

 

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