By David F. Rooney
Revelstoke City Council heard presentations about invasive plant and animal species and a pitch for support for the Jump On charter airline service seeking to service skiers who want to come to Revelstoke.
Mayor David Raven and Councillors also considered third reading of the Vacation Rental Bylaw, a letter petitioning the Columbia Basin Trust to either open a satellite office in Revelstoke or allow potential CBT staff members from here to work from home.
There were also a number of planning issues and minor items discussed during the meeting.
The Current is planning separate stories on the presentations by the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society’s Robyn Hooper, the Jump On presentation by Jean Marc LaFlamme, the CBT letter, a presentation to Council about the federal Building Canada Fund and the Vacation Rentals Bylaw. Other items will be included in a Civic News Briefs column. These stories should be online by 6 pm today, Wednesday July 23.
You can watch Council’s Tuesday July 22 meeting in its entirety here: