By David F. Rooney
Revelstoke Mayor Mark McKee and City Council heard delegations from Queen Victoria Hospital and Interior Health and considered a number of different issues during their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 26, including a plea by the developer of the Mutas Loop Petro Canada-cum-Starbucks to waive $160,000 in development fees.
Among other items of business, they also approved an additional $120,000 at the sewage treatment plant to fix one of the sewage fermentation cells whose bacteria are dying. This is in addition to the technological improvements intended to prevent the odours wafting from the plant.
On a more tasteful note, Council also approved the graceful and lyrical bronze sculpture of swirling autumn leaves recommended for the Visual Arts Centre by the Public Art Committee.
There’s a lot more in store for the curious who’d like to see our City Council in action. If that includes you please activate the YouTube player below: