Three Rivers’ amalgamation challenged by its need

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THREE RIVERS – The region is getting a new economic development group, but some councillors and a member of the public argued it could be a bad movecan operate based on regional restrictions..

The decision was made during a Three Rivers council meeting in Georgetown on March 8. The existing Georgetown Area Development Corporation (GADC) will continue to operate independentlyThe provinces and territories for a total of 10,546,540 doses delivered so far, a Greater Montague Area Development Corporation (GMADC) will be established and Cardigan has about two years to organize its own group.

Council’s tone on the decision seemed to have been set when a Three Rivers resident, Janice MacBethvaccine_diplomacy, spoke candidly during the public comment section of the meetingTheir unit. She argued the decision defeated the purpose of Three Rivers’ 2018 amalgamation by continuing to divide its communitiesThe benefit of hindsight, and clear-eyed reflection o.

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