Regional district meets Friday in Masset

  • Oct. 15, 2007 7:00 a.m.

The Skeena-Queen Charlotte regional district will be holding its October meeting in Masset, and chair Barry Pages says more meetings may be held on the islands in the future. The regional district meetings are usually held once a month in Prince Rupert. Mr. Pages said that with five of the 10 directors from the Charlottes, it’s actually just as convenient to hold the meetings here. “We’re hoping to have more meetings on the islands,” he said. The board will hold its regular public meeting this Friday night (Oct. 19) at the Howard Phillips community hall starting at 7 pm. Directors will then be attending a “board development” workshop in Masset on Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Pages said.

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