Thompson City Council met last night for the first time since August 14th.
The meeting started out much the same as the last meeting, with four certificates of appreciation being handed out to individuals.
The agenda also included a letter from Minister Stefanson regarding the City’s request for provincial funding for the CSO program. Stefanson said that she was currently assessing the program’s impact on public safety and policing resources.
The City also received a letter from Minister Eileen Clarke. The letter informed the City that the land the new water treatment plant is on has officially become a part of the City of Thompson, rather than the Local Government District of Mystery Lake.
The next meeting of council will take place on September 18th.