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Mayor Bruce Lantz says a two hour meeting this week of a broad cross-section of the key stakeholders, to address anti-social behavior in Fort St. John, identified a long list issues….

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He says vandalism, although identified as an issue, was not one of the major ones but he sees it as a key component of a couple of the others….

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As for solutions, the mayor is confident they will not be compromised by budgetary pressures associated with the tough economic times…

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He adds the city has plans to seek public input once it gets closer to a solution based scenario.

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