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Letter to the Editor: Upcoming Meetings on the City of Moose Jaw official community plan

A letter to the editor from Michel Labonte
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Hello to All of you.

I have noticed on the internet, there is information about our City Hall project in regards to collecting feedback from citizens on possible changes to the official community plan of our city.

As you know, there will be lots of meetings starting February 8 at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic and so on.

Some meetings are shorter, others are longer, and they will be held at many different places and times.

I am sure many are interested, like myself, about all those meetings in regards to this project, but we know it will be impossible for many, including myself, to be there for different reasons at all those gatherings.

I am hoping that our Communication Manager, in coordination with our Director of Planning and Development, will be able to provide us (the Citizens of Moose Jaw) with a way that we could see all those planned meetings so that we could learn about what was presented and then have the opportunity to provide feedback later on, if we wish to do so.

Direct video presentation or pre-recorded video of all those meetings could be downloaded and available to all on the city web site.

Perhaps they could also be offered on Moose Jaw Express and medias. 

I do believe that we all wish that those gatherings could be available to as many citizens as possible so we can get a better idea of what people wish for our city.
I am hoping and looking forward, for myself and for many others citizens, to have the opportunity to follow those meetings via the internet on our City web site and have the opportunity to give our feed back if we choose to.

 Thank you all for considering my request very Seriously and very Notoriously.
Michel Labonte

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the position of this publication.  

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