City to demolish the Visitor Centre and Business Resource Centre

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In a report to Council, staff stated the cost to renovate the buildings would be significant.

The Visitor Centre will be re-located to the Pomeroy Sports Centre.  City staff say the lobby will be renovated to accommodate the Visitor Centre along with one of the meeting rooms.  The move will allow the City to better manage staffing needs at the Pomeroy and the Visitor Centre.

The North Peace Business Resource Centre is located behind the North Peace Museum and the is home to five non-profit groups.  The groups will have to relocate to other space in the City.  The City will keep the land and use it as over-flow parking for the Pomeroy Sports Centre.

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The Visitor Centre will be demolished this fall and the Business Resource Centre will be removed in 2014.

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