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Salmon print presented to Village of Cumberland

Fisheries and Oceans Canada awarded a print to the Perseverance Creek Streamkeepers Society, which celebrated its 10th anniversary.

Society president Hamish Murray presented the print at Monday's council meeting in Cumberland.

The society would like the print — a First Nations image of a fish — to be displayed at the Village office.

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Council received a remuneration/travel expense report, which compares rates with comparable-sized communities in B.C. Mayor Leslie Baird receives $14,700 per year and councillors receive $7,902.

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The public is encouraged to attend a review and revision session of the Official Community Plan from 5 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 6 at the Seniors Centre.

 

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