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h of vandalism in the city was also a subject of discussion at last night’s regular meeting, as councillors discussed the repercussions, and possible solutions to the outbreak.

City Manager Dianne Hunter says she’s not sure why there has been an increase in vandalism, but it’s something the city wants to stop.

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Hunter says the recent vandalism at the (columbarium?) cemetary is another example, while she adds the fact that trucks have been driving on walking trails is not only destructive, but also dangerous.

And so, the city has decided to work with the RCMP towards a strategy to stop vandals, and also approved a two thousand dollar reward, towards the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

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