Tonight marks the first of two regular meetings of Thompson City Council this month.
The meeting will start with a public hearing on a by-law which would see City Council reduced in number from eight to six. Everyone is encouraged to come out and voice their views and opinions on the topic.
The agenda includes a resolution to the attendance of Deputy Mayor Smook at the Look North round table meeting, as well as the second and third readings of the campaign expense by-law. Council will also vote on a resolution to declare Nickel Days as a special event, as well as the second and third readings of the vote counting machine by-law amendment.
Deputy Mayor Smook will not be in attendance at the meeting, as she will be in Winnipeg for the Provincial budget presentation.
The meeting will start at 7:00pm in Council Chambers at City Hall, and all are welcome to attend.
A link to the full agenda can be found here.