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District of Taylor searching for new CAO

District of Taylor searching for new CAO

The District of Taylor will begin its search for a new chief administrative officer in the coming weeks, following the departure of Charlette McLeod last month.
Taylor unveils new wastewater station

Taylor unveils new wastewater station

The District of Taylor cut the ribbon Friday on a new wastewater lift station in the community. The new $1.
OGC enacts new seismic monitoring rules after increased number of ‘felt events’

OGC enacts new seismic monitoring rules after increased number of ‘felt events’

The BC Oil and Gas Commission has issued new monitoring and mitigation rules for hydraulic fracturing operators after a surge in drilling activity coincided with an increase in low level seismic events.
Taylor councillor recovering in Vancouver hospital

Taylor councillor recovering in Vancouver hospital

District of Taylor councillor Dave Lueneberg is recovering in Vancouver hospital after suffering a lung infection last week. Lueneberg first went to hospital in Fort St.
Taylor's community services hub awarded for facility excellence

Taylor's community services hub awarded for facility excellence

The District of Taylor has won a facility excellence award for its community services hub. The hub, which opened in March 2017, is being recognized by the BC Recreation and Parks Association for its concept, design, and operation.
May declared MS Month

May declared MS Month

Taylor councillors declared May to be MS Awareness Month in the district to bring attention to the debilitating neurological disease. Sherri Mytopher, who works for the MS Society of Canada in Fort St.
Taylor says goodbye to park caretaker Barb Bell with a parting gift

Taylor says goodbye to park caretaker Barb Bell with a parting gift

District of Taylor councillors present Barb Bell with a framed Darcy Shawcheck photograph print of the Taylor Bridge at their April 16 meeting.
Taylor adopts five-year financial plan

Taylor adopts five-year financial plan

Taylor councillors adopted Monday the district’s five year financial plan through to 2022. Included in the adoption is approval for the district’s $13.7-million budget for 2018. The district is forecasting revenues of more than $8.
Taylor seeks approval to borrow $4.2 million for Parcel Z

Taylor seeks approval to borrow $4.2 million for Parcel Z

The District of Taylor is seeking public approval to borrow up to $4.2 million to kickstart development of the Parcel Z subdivision.
Criminal offences, police calls increased in Taylor in 2017

Criminal offences, police calls increased in Taylor in 2017

The District of Taylor recorded an increase in property crimes and assaults in 2017 as police responded to a 14 per cent increase in calls. Fort St.