City to Host Open House for Boundary Expansions

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Fort St. John will be holding a public open house to discuss its new boundary expansions. The open house will offer citizens a chance to receive updates on impending expansions to the eastern side of the city. The city will be meeting with provincial officials at an upcoming Union of British Columbia Municipalities conference, to discuss the ongoing boundary expansions around Fort St. John. Mayor Jim Eglinski says after the meeting, the city will better be able to update interested citizens on how expansions will proceed. [asset|aid=243|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Jim Eglinski – Boundaries_1_Pub.mp3] No dates have been set, but the open house is slated for early October.

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