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To host byelections or appoint members? Sudbury council to decide

To host byelections or appoint members? Sudbury council to decide

Following the recent deaths of two city council members, the city’s elected officials must soon decide whether to appoint new member to Ward 2 and Ward 3 or hold byelections
Ward 3 Coun. Gerry Montpellier has died

Ward 3 Coun. Gerry Montpellier has died

Mayor Paul Lefebvre paid tribute to Ward 3 Coun. Gerry Montpellier at the start of Wednesday’s finance and administration committee meeting of city council before bringing it to a close
City data used to inform decisions is statistically irrelevant

City data used to inform decisions is statistically irrelevant

Sudbury.com spoke with two experts on polling, including Nik Nanos of Nanos Research, who both told us the voluntary polling data City of Greater Sudbury staff routinely use to help inform city council decisions are low quality and don’t provide an accurate picture of local opinions
Chief critical of proposed closed door ‘training’ to review police budget questions

Chief critical of proposed closed door ‘training’ to review police budget questions

Greater Sudbury Police Service Chief Paul Pedersen advised the police board against hosting a closed-door session to ‘review questions’ in advance of a public budget meeting
City hosting a book of condolences for Michael Vagnini’s family

City hosting a book of condolences for Michael Vagnini’s family

The City of Greater Sudbury is hosting a book of condolences for Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini, who was located deceased this week
Residents slated to oppose Sunrise Ridge nine-story builds

Residents slated to oppose Sunrise Ridge nine-story builds

Area residents are meeting soon with representatives from SalDan Developments to learn more about their plans to expand the Sunrise Ridge Estates development to include three nine-storey buildings with 108 units each
City warning about possible fake door-to-door canvasser

City warning about possible fake door-to-door canvasser

Individual has been knocking on doors and offering home fire inspections, while gaining access to some people’s personal information
There were four official ‘renovictions’ in Sudbury last year

There were four official ‘renovictions’ in Sudbury last year

Landlords issued four formal applications in the city of Sudbury last year evicting tenants in order to undertake renovations
Toronto firm considering bid for library/art gallery project

Toronto firm considering bid for library/art gallery project

There have been 67 plan-takers for architectural and engineering services for the proposed Cultural Hub at Tom Davies Square project
Feds pledge $73M for 347-unit downtown apartment building

Feds pledge $73M for 347-unit downtown apartment building

Of the building’s 347 units, 105 will be affordable housing for seniors, with ‘affordable’ defined as 80% of market rates