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Taking down the bridge, taking out the trash and the cost of protecting killer whale habitat

Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin talks about the imminent demolition of the rail portion of the Johnson Street Bridge, and last weeks decision to stick with more expensive back yard trash pickup despite survey results that supported a cheaper option. 
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Mike Hicks, a Capital Regional District director and fishing lodge operator, discusses concerns about how a court ruling on protecting killer whale habitat could affect fishing and vessel traffic in our coastal waters.
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