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t’s regular meeting, Fort St. John City Council was presented with the final administration document, from the city’s 20/20 vision survey. It outlines the three main priorities of residents, as Growth, Development, and Infrastructure, Environmental Issues, and Transportation. A fourth priority added to the list is Health Care. Councillors will now use the survey to assist, in the development of a strategic plan for the city. This is City Manager Dianne Hunter….
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Councillors and staff will be meeting for a 20/20 retreat on the 12th and 13th of September.

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