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The Thompson Local News


The City of Thompson held their annual public budget consultation meeting on November 30th.

 

Speaking on City Beat on 102.9 CHTM yesterday, Mayor Dennis Fenske said he was happy with the turnout. He said that there were 18 people in attendance, not including members of City Council and City of Thompson employees

 

Mayor Fenske said that they received some good suggestions from the public, including some that the City was already looking at with regards to the ownership of large equipment.

 

He added that the City has officially launched their annual budget survey, which can be found here. Mayor Fenske said that a hard-copy version of the survey can be found at City Hall. He said that around 154 people responded last year, and that he's hoping for 500 responses this year.

 

The survey gives the public the opprotunity to let the City know how important various services are to them.

 

If you have a question for the Mayor that you'd like answered on City Beat next Thursday, email it in advance to CHTMNEWS@ARCTICRADIO.CA.

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