Board meeting schedule released

Thompson-Nicola Regional District has released its board of directors meeting schedule

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District has released its schedule for the regular meetings of its board of directors.

All the meetings are scheduled for 1:15 p.m. in the boardroom at the TNRD Civic Building at 300-465 Victoria Street in Kamloops unless otherwise posted.

The schedule is as follows:

• Jan. 16

• Feb. 5 and 26

• March 12 and 27

• April 23

• May 14 and 28

• June 18

• July 16

• Aug. 20 (out of town meeting at Sun Peaks)

• Sept. 17

• Oct. 8 and 22

• Nov. 5 and 19

• Dec. 10

Visit the TNRD website at www.tnrd.ca for more information and to view board agendas when published.

 

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