Councillors shut the door on pricey office renovations, opt for cheaper noise barrier within common budget

  Edmonton Journal 

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Councillors struck down four options for renovations to their offices with costs ranging up to $5.2 million, opting instead for the installation of a door to help noise reduction with funds already accounted for. All 12 city councillors and the mayor spent Monday morning discussing necessities and policies for councillors to carry out their daily […]

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