In Video: the Tuesday, July 28, regular City Council meeting

The Current's complete video record of the Tuesday, July 28, Council meeting is now online. Mayor Mark McKee and Council received presentation by Robyn Hooper of the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society and Social Development Coordinator Jill Zacharias. They also pecked away at the long-delayed Backyard Chicken Bylaw and discussed aspects of the potential highway development project that is inching its way closer to full-blown construction mode as well as a number of other issues of local concern. Revelstoke Current screen shot
The Current’s complete video record of the Tuesday, July 28, Council meeting is now online. Mayor Mark McKee and Council received presentation by Robyn Hooper of the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society and Social Development Coordinator Jill Zacharias. They also pecked away at the long-delayed Backyard Chicken Bylaw and discussed aspects of the potential highway development project that is inching its way closer to full-blown construction mode as well as a number of other issues of local concern. Revelstoke Current screen shot

By David F. Rooney
The Current’s┬ácomplete video record of the Tuesday, July 28, Council meeting is now online. Mayor Mark McKee and Council received presentation by Robyn Hooper of the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society and Social Development Coordinator Jill Zacharias.
They also pecked away at the long-delayed Backyard Chicken Bylaw and discussed aspects of the potential highway development project that is inching its way closer to full-blown construction mode as well as a number of other issues of local concern.
You can activate the YouTube player below to watch the meeting in its entirety. Individual stories on many of these issues will appear on The Current shortly.