Water repairs lead to budget changes

Council briefs: How will updated OCP deal with growth?

A pair of emergency water main repairs last year pushed the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s (RMOW) water project budget beyond its limits, prompting some changes to the municipal books. At the Jan. 9 council meeting, staff presented an amendment to the Five-Year Financial Plan to reflect the impact of two water main breaks over the summer: In June on Northlands Boulevard (repair cost $95,427) and in July on Cheakamus Way ($405,351).…

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January 10, 2018


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