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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is a reporter at Sudbury.com, covering city hall and general news. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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Council votes to close three helipads as a cost-saving measure

Council votes to close three helipads as a cost-saving measure

Vermilion Lake helipad has not been used since 2016 and has been shut down since last fall
Le Ledo group hopeful public funds can help make $50M downtown proposal a reality

Le Ledo group hopeful public funds can help make $50M downtown proposal a reality

Project to redevelop the Ledo Hotel looking to access Community Improvement Plan funding
In with the old: Finance committee votes to reinstate museum curator position

In with the old: Finance committee votes to reinstate museum curator position

One-time funding of $152,518 will be drawn from the tax rate stabilization reserve
Finance committee approves $65M GSPS budget as Bigger raises concerns over contributing to new police headquarters

Finance committee approves $65M GSPS budget as Bigger raises concerns over contributing to new police headquarters

Police budget takes centre stage as finance committee pushes through budget finalization process
<updated>Budget 2021: </updated>Council wrestles with costs of keeping water system safe

Budget 2021: Council wrestles with costs of keeping water system safe

Council dives into water/wastewater budget as 2021 budget finalization process kicks off
Council to call on Premier Ford to step up to help Laurentian

Council to call on Premier Ford to step up to help Laurentian

"This is on our radar and we want the government to help fix this" says Coun. René Lapierre
Fiery debate but no decision made on fire service level adjustments

Fiery debate but no decision made on fire service level adjustments

Council weighing out possibility of adding 10 full-time fire fighters to station in Val Therese at a cost of $1.4 million
City reporting a $1.5M surplus for January snow clearing

City reporting a $1.5M surplus for January snow clearing

Snow accumulation last month was almost 75% below 10-year average
<updated>Good morning, Sudbury!</updated> Here are seven stories to start your day

Good morning, Sudbury! Here are seven stories to start your day

Here's what's happening around Greater Sudbury today
Sudbury community safety workers could be getting a new furry friend

Sudbury community safety workers could be getting a new furry friend

Emergency services applying to acquire a service dog for mental health support