Zoë Dhillon, Special Projects Coordinator for the DoV, takes two members of the public, Paster Shawn Wick of the Gospel Chapel and Chelsay Christian of the Chamber of Commerce, through the feedback from the Aquatic Centre survey which was completed by 800 respondents. Photo Fiona Maureen

30 people attended biannual DoV public forum

By Fiona Maureen, Black Press

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Friendship Centre decked out with colourful balloons and ready for Vanderhoof residents at the Tue. Nov. 14, 2017 Community Forum hosted by the District of Vanderhoof (DoV). Only about 30 people showed up to ask questions and visit with Mayor and Council and community committees and organisations like Vanderhoof Fire Department, Crime Watch, RCMP, Community Foundation, Seniors’ Housing Committee and Councilor Brian Frenkel on behalf of the Joint Provincial-Local BC Government Cannibis Committee. Photo Fiona Maureen

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