Morning North | Oct 23, 2013 | 4:49

City of Greater Sudbury wants to get rid of some buildings

The city of Greater Sudbury is worried it's spending too much on buildings... so it's hiring a consultant to give council some advice. We have audio of the discussion on the subject by city council.

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