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Prince George mayor talks higher prices for city fields, pools, and business licences

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Prince George Mayor Shari Green (Photo Credit: princegeorge.ca)

The city of Prince George has wrapped up its marathon session on core services review. Among the decisions made were higher fees for city ice rinks and sports fields, higher fees for business licences, and a return to pay parking in downtown Prince George. Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with Prince George mayor Shari Green for about the decisions.

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You can read the staff report on the core services review online by visiting Core Services Review Plan. You can view an archive of Monday's meeting on the city of Prince George website.

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