City Council to hold Committee of the Whole meeting at Centennial Hall

Meeting to discuss Morrison Sub Monday

Kimberley City Council holds Committee of the Whole meetings twice a month in Council chambers. It is at these meetings that much of the background detail around Council resolutions is disseminated and discussed.

On Monday, October 16, Council is changing the venue for the meeting to Centennial Hall to accommodate a larger crowd.

The issue under discussion will be flood mitigation for the Morrison Subdivision.

“The City has made changes since 2012 that have clearly had some effect,” said Mayor Don McCormick. “The meeting will discuss the recommendations from the engineering report, what has been done to date and the status of grants that have been submitted to take further action. We will also be discussing what residents can do to better deal with flood mitigation.”

The meeting begins at 7 p.m.

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