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Council defers decision to buy new snow clearing equipment

Prince George, B.C. city council has deferred a $6-million-dollar request to replace the city's aging snow clearing equipment.  But it also heard how staff didn't do enough to clear snow effectively during snow storms in January.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks to councillor Brian Skakun, who was at that meeting. 

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