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Prince George core review ideas: reduce firefighters, sell Civic Centre

Prince George's city council is trying to figure out how to save money. They've paid the third-party KPMG to lead the process, and on Monday KPMG presented a full list of ideas. Among it's high priority ideas is transferring the Four Seasons swimming pool to a third party operator, and having the Civic Centre change hands, but it's a recommendation to reduce firefighting staff that has unions worried about public safety. CBC reporter Marissa Harvey explains.

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