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It's only May, but the City of Saskatoon is already projecting a deficit of $850,000 for 2013, thanks in part to a city-wide pothole blitz. A report on the city's first quarter results says the city went $475,000 over budget on the pothole patching
Friday, May 17, 2013 5:30 a.m.CDT I'll be brutally honest. As a journalist and journalism educator, I'm supposed to be up to speed about local happenings (not to mention area, state, national and international happenings it's a big job).
A log loader being used for thinning operations in the Ashland Creek watershed was marked with graffiti and its fuel deliberately contaminated last weekend, authorities said. Crew members discovered the graffiti Monday morning and operated the loader
An article in Friday's newspaper incorrectly stated the overage amount of the New Bedford's snow removal budget...So far, $447,320 has been spent, meaning that actual expenditures exceed the budget by a little less than 50 percent. Snow removal
Not surprisingly given the stormy winter, the city's snow removal budget is running at a deficit going into the fourth quarter of this fiscal year, a city official said. "We projected deficits in the snow budget," said Chief Financial Officer Ari Sky.
Senior Sergeant Brett Wendt says grain has spilled on to the highway and mining equipment has come off the wide load. "The mine bucket itself has dislodged and come off the back of the low loader truck it was being transport on," he said. "It's
Monday's winter storm dumped 31 inches of snow on Berthoud Pass in 24 hours and led to its closure. Mountain portions of Interstate 70 were also closed Monday night due to visibility problems and worries over avalanches, Ford said. "Obviously, this
If you happened to have watched the discussions during last week's city council meeting about snow removal and business taxes in Saskatoon, you would have left with a clear impression: The city is having a hard time paying for basic services. Lost in
As snow removal costs escalated and revenues fell in recent years, the village had to use the motor fuel tax earmarked for road improvements to fund ordinary maintenance costs, Village Engineer Paul Pearson said at the April 8 Village Board meeting.
The giant pothole in front of Todd Sim's home has claimed many victims, and he has the evidence to prove it. Sim has collected seven different hub caps and other car parts that have been rattled loose thanks to a gaping hole in front of his home just