Fort St. John City Council recommends moving forward with proposed boundary extension

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Councillor Trevor Bolin said he made the recommendation to suggest follow up actions “which is the consultations, the regional district consultations done with first nations, going forward based on this plan.”

 The next step is for Council to approve the configuration at the next regular council meeting.

 The City will not get written feedback until they formally submit a proposal, but they still are able to get verbal comments ministry.

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  If City Council does decide to proceed further with the revised map they will then make requests to First Nations, the Integrated Land Management Bureau, as well as the Agricultural Land Commission for formal responses.

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