The new roundabout appears to be working well, but Revelstokians can improve its efficiency by paying attention and using their turn signals to clearly signal their intentions, Mayor Mark McKee said during his Friday morning Mayor’s Report on EZ Rock 101.6 FM.
In what amounts to a light and fluffy edition of the popular broadcast, McKee bantered with host Shaun Aquiline.
“This is a great weekend for Revelstoke and a great weekend for Canada,” McKee said.
However, besides discussing Saturday’s Canada 150 celebrations they did touch on a few serious subjects such as the start of the Big Eddy Waterworks Project, the Thomas Brook Water Project, “putting more teeth into the dog bylaw,” and strengthening the municipal tree bylaw.
“Every time you turn around there’s something that goes on and something that needs to be looked at and something that needs to be approved,” McKee said, adding that every municipal department is busy.
Mayor McKee, Shaun Aquiline and EZ Rock’s student reporters welcome questions from all members of the pubic about local issues. However, comments and questions about the City and issues of public interest should also be sent directly to Council. Click on one — or all — of the Council members below to send them an e-mail about a public issue:
EZ Rock and The Revelstoke Current are collaborating by posting the radio station’s Mayor’s Report on The Current.
This is one way that local media can work together to ensure that the people of Revelstoke have access to all the information they need to remain fully informed about City Council, our municipal government and events of interest to Revelstokians.
If you have any questions about the City or local issues and events that concern you, post them on The Current and Shaun Aquiline from EZ Rock will ask your question for you and Mayor McKee will answer it on next Friday’s Mayor Report. You can also click here to send your questions directly to Shaun by e-mail.
Please activate the audio player below to listen to EZ Rock’s Mayor’s Report from Friday, June 30: